The Institute for Law and Philanthropy designs and delivers courses on a range of topics from socioeconomic development to governance, policy, and more.
The Institute’s approach focuses on learning through high-quality applied research, case studies and policy-focused dissemination, and uses sustained policy labs that encourage participants to examine and debate the issues from various angles.
The current program of study includes the following courses:
Economic Growth and Distributive Justice Part I - The Role of the State delivered by Prof. Yoram Margalioth.
Philanthropy in Theory & Practice, delivered by Adv. Galia Feit.