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An-Najah University celebrates a remarkable global achievement as its students from the Faculty of Law and Political Science secure a position among the top 32 teams in the prestigious fifth edition of the SCCA International Arabic Moot. The event, organized by the Saudi Center for Commercial Arbitration (SCCA), witnessed fierce competition among 134 teams hailing from 27 countries.


In a virtual setting, the participating team, consisting of Farah Atatreh, Sarah Omar, Marah Hamdallah, and Rouaa Jeradat, demonstrated exceptional skills and legal acumen under the guidance of their coach, Mr. Mohammad Abushehab. The competition, conducted in the Arabic language, presented realistic scenarios of international commercial arbitration cases, providing a challenging platform for the students to showcase their expertise.

Scheduled for the beginning of March this year, the semi-final and final rounds of the competition in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia promise to be a testament to the dedication and prowess of An-Najah University's legal scholars.

Dr. Noor Adas, the Dean of the Faculty of Law and Political Science, expressed her pride in the students' achievement and emphasized the university's commitment to nurturing and supporting participation in both local and international activities. Despite the challenging circumstances in Palestine, the students, led by Mr. Abushehab, represented the university and Palestine with integrity, responsibility, and pride. Dr. Adas highlighted the significance of such experiences in enhancing students' knowledge, skills, and personal development.

Coach Mr. Abushehab echoed the sentiment of pride and commended the Faculty of Law and Political Science team for their dedication, teamwork, and competitive spirit. He emphasized that their accomplishment in reaching the final rounds exemplifies the essence of organized teamwork characteristic of An-Najah National University students.

In the SCCA Arabic Moot, each team engages in a realistic simulation of the roles of claimant and respondent, presenting written memorials and delivering oral pleadings in a simulated arbitration case. The process, overseen by a panel of distinguished international arbitrators, aims to enhance the practical dimension of the academic knowledge acquired by students during their university journey.

 


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