Thursday, December 07, 2023

Upon completion of the program, students are expected to be able to:

  • Demonstrate a thorough knowledge and understanding of key elements and concepts of the local, Islamic, and international laws.
  • Recognize the basic principles and concepts of the procedural justice.
  • Identify the relevant social, economic, political, historical, philosophical, ethical and cultural contexts within which the law operates.
  • Recognize the research skills necessary to permit students to locate, read and critically assess the work of others and to conduct research projects of their own.
  • Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the principles, values and ethics that the legal profession should have.
  • Apply acquired knowledge to solving hypothetical and actual problems.
  • Distinguish relevance and irrelevance in relation to evidence from other disciplines and their application to the legal framework.
  • Assess the relative weight of competing arguments and information.
  • Develop a capacity to analyze legal documents.
  • Show commitment to personal development and the ability to act independently in planning, researching, and executing legal projects.
  • Present an argument or information in a clear and logical way and respond to counterarguments at an advanced level.
  • Be able to use modern technologies to develop legal knowledge and skills.
  • Work independently and in teams.
  • Display a professional commitment to ethical practice.