Northwestern University School of Law and Tel Aviv University (Israel) have announced a new Executive LL.M. program leading to the dual degree of Master of Law in the fields of Public Law and International Law.
Two semesters of the one-year program will be held in Tel Aviv, with an additional four weeks on Northwestern's Chicago campus. Courses will be taught by professors from both schools.
According to the Northwestern Law website, the course will cover "public law in its broad sense, including constitutional law, administrative law, regulation, the international law of human rights and criminal law."
The typical participant in this executive program is a lawyer with 5-10 years of experience at a government office or public interest NGO, or any executive or manager with "frequent contact with legal or regulatory situations."
Northwestern has similar Executive LL.M. programs in Madrid and Seoul.
For more information about this program, please visit the Northwestern School of Law website.