The Law & Business track of the International LL.M. Program focuses on the fundamentals of business strategy catered to a legal audience. The course topics and frameworks are drawn from business law as well as MBA curriculums of leading schools abroad. The track offers courses on an array of topics: Startup Financing and Governance, Shareholder Activism, Issues in Competition Law, Negotiations in the Technology Industry, and related issues. Together, we offer a range of courses that is second to none, and a faculty that is the best in the nation, with many faculty co-teaching at the finest institutions around the world. Not only do TAU professors produce cutting-edge research, they have also developed innovative and practical contents that prepare students to succeed in any field they choose.
To complete your specialization in Law & Business track, you must take at least 11 credits of the LL.M.’s 32 required credits, from courses within the Law & Business track, but you are more than welcome to take as many courses as you see fit – and that fit your schedule. You can also take courses from the Global Governance & Human Rights and the Law & Technology tracks, in addition to general elective courses.