Radzyner School of Law

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The Radzyner School of Law is one of the seven schools at Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, a private university in Israel. It was named after Harry Radzyner, who according to IDC promotional material was 'one of the first to answer Professor Reichman's call to set up IDC Herzliya.' A donation from Radzyner funded the renovation of an abandoned army base which 'was the first step towards opening the first school year at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya.' [1]

Military preference

In March 2001 the Radzyner School of Law stated on the IDC website:

The School of Law carefully selects students from a large pool of applicants. Scholastic ability is the main factor in this process, yet special credit is given to leadership qualities manifested by an outstanding military record in the Israel Defense Forces' elite units, and to candidates who have made an outstanding contribution to society. [2]


  1. IDC Herzliya, The People of the Avenues by Gal Gingis
  2. IDC Herzliya Website, 31 March 2001, accessed from the Internet Archive on 30 July 2009