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Duration: 48 Months (4 Years)
Degree Awarded: Bachelor


Legal Clinic:‎

  • ‎Pre-requests: Civil Procedures Law and Criminal Procedures ‎Law.‎
  • ‎Expected Outcomes: Training students on how to solve legal ‎problems, draft legal memos and providelegal consultations.‎

Moot Courts:

  • ‎Pre-requests: Civil Procedures Law and Criminal Procedures ‎Law.‎
  • ‎Expected Outcome: teaching students on several aspect of ‎the practical legal life through conducting a simulation of real ‎life cases. ‎

Practical Legal Applications:

  • ‎Pre-requests: Civil Procedures Law and Criminal Procedures ‎Law.‎
  • ‎Expected Outcomes :introducing students to the legal ‎regulation and the methods of how legal administration's ‎work.

Law Faculty Facilities:‎

  • ‎Legal Clinic.
  • ‎Moot Court.
  • ‎Computer Lab.


The Faculty of Law maintains a vast network of relations with several ‎civil society organizations and Justice Institutions.
First, there are various understandings with the Palestinian High Judicial ‎Counselin regards to allow students to visit courts and organizing ‎lectures for them in it. Also organizing workshops and seminars given ‎by judges to Law students on various important legal Issues. The same ‎are applied to the Palestinian General Prosecution.‎
Second, the Faculty of Law signed several Memorandums of ‎Understanding (MoUs) with various civic Organizations such as the ‎Coalition for Accountability and Integrity (AMAN), Al-Haq Institute, ‎and others. SuchMoUs will enhance the role of the Faculty in the justice ‎sector.
Third, the faculty of Law has signed several cooperation agreements ‎with other national and international universities.


Teaching and Learning

From in-class Lectures to Practical training and workshops. Teaching ‎Methods are vary based on the nature of the course and number of ‎students in each course. The Faculty of Law considers applying the most ‎advanced learning methods in the legal field.


Coursework and Assessment

There are various methods to assess students and grade them. Usually, ‎students' gradesare based on three exams; first, second, and final exams.  ‎Some professors consider to grade students based on participation.

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