A look at the top law school rankings

The Jerusalem Times lists the top 20 law schools in the country, with each one ranked by the number of applicants who enrolled during the first quarter of the 2017-18 academic year.

Law schools in Israel, with a total of 7,094 applicants enrolled in the first half of the year, were ranked second in the world.

They had an average score of 938, which was ranked as the best in the Middle East and North Africa region.

In the U.S., where the average score was 933, the University of Chicago was ranked third with a score of 868.

The University of Michigan ranked fourth with an average of 895.

The U.K. was ranked fifth with an 878.

The top law firms in Israel were represented by law firms with offices in Jerusalem, Ramat Gan, the largest city in the West Bank and Gaza, and Tel Aviv University.

The next highest-ranked law firm was the Jerusalem Law School with a rank of 794.

In contrast, the highest-ranking law firm in the United States was in New York City with the firm of Arnold & Porter.

In addition, the top firms in Europe and Asia were represented in Israel.

The University of Pennsylvania ranked first with a average score 889, followed by the University College London with a 794 average.

The London School of Economics ranked second with an 80.4 average.

The Netherlands ranked third, with an 81.3 average.

France was the next highest with an 82.4.

Germany ranked fourth, with 84.4, and the Netherlands fifth, with 83.4 an average.

In Germany, the country with the highest average score among the 20 countries with the most applicants, the average was 926.

The average score for Israel was 886.

The average score in Israel was also higher than the average in any other country in the top 25 countries with most applicants.

The Netherlands had the highest score of 2,096.

In Switzerland, the Netherlands and Germany had the lowest average scores, with the Netherlands scoring 890, the third lowest score among those three countries.

The Israel Law School ranked fourth among the 25 countries.

The Law School of the University at Albany ranked third in the U, U.A.E. and U.P. ranked second and third respectively.

The School of Law at Hebrew University of Jerusalem ranked second.

The Jerusalem Law College ranked third.

The highest average scores were recorded for the University Hospital Zurich, the Law School at the Hebrew University, and Haskayne-Sukhov Law School in Israel and the Institute for International Affairs in New Zealand.

The law school ranked third highest in Israel with a rating of 885, with its average score the second highest in the region behind the University for Higher Education at Tel Aviv.

The law school in Israel ranked second best among the countries with more than 10,000 applicants.

The most common reason cited for dropping out of the school was lack of confidence in the academic performance of its students, according to the ranking.

Israel has a highly educated population.

There are nearly 200,000 graduates of law schools and universities, and another 30,000 in other professions.

In addition, approximately 50,000 students have completed doctoral programs in the field of law.

The Israeli population is also highly educated, with more law graduates than any other Arab country.

The country has a large and growing Jewish population, with over 70 percent of the population identifying as Jews, and about one-fifth of the country’s population is religious.

Israel is home to several prestigious universities, including Bar-Ilan University, Hebrew University and Bar-Yosef University.

The country’s most prestigious law school, Bar-ilan University has been in the news recently for the scandal surrounding former faculty members.

Last week, the Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported that former professor Yitzhak Pinchas, who resigned from his position after the scandal, was found guilty of fraud in connection with his alleged misuse of the law school’s student tuition funds.

In March, the newspaper reported that Pinchatas was convicted of fraud after he defrauded the school of $1.2 million from an account in an undisclosed manner.

The Israeli Supreme Court dismissed the case, saying that the allegations made by Pinchahas were unfounded and that the alleged fraud had nothing to do with the university.

The court ordered the resignation of the dean of the bar.

Pinchahass resigned in September, saying the allegations were politically motivated and that he was a victim of political persecution.

He is currently serving his jail sentence.

In January, the government introduced a new law that will make it harder for law schools to accept foreign students and will increase the penalties for accepting foreign students.

The legislation will also make it more difficult for the government to award a law degree, which is considered to be the best form of a lawyer’s education.

The Law Ministry has also said that the law schools that accept foreign applicants will be required to pay hefty tuition fees