جامعة النجاح الوطنية
An-Najah National University

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Law
Duration: 48 Months (4 Years)
Degree Awarded: Bachelor
Student must complete 138 credit hours

University Requirements Student must complete 18 credit hours

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequests
10032100 Remedial English 0
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This course aims to establish the concept of Islamic culture and its position among the other international cultures, its position in the Muslim life, its sources, its bases and its characteristics.This course aims to introduce the Islamic culture in faith, worship, relations, morals, and knowledge, to discuss the clash between cultures in addition to Globalization, Human Rights, Woman Rights, Democracy and other contemporary issues.
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This course aims to improve the level of students in language skills and various literary, read and absorb and express written, and oral and tasted literary, through texts flags authors and poets in different eras, lessons in Grammar and spelling, and brief definition months dictionaries and Arab old ones the modern and how to use them,This course aims to implement the Arabic language in the areas of reading and expression of both types oral and written communication.
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This course begins with a review of all types of sentences in English, and then proceeds to paragraph writing. Students learn how to write a topic sentence, develop and support it with examples.This course aim to learn student how to organize their writing and speaking to achieve coherence among sentences in a paragraph. In addition, students learn about their subject a lot of technical terms. ( this aim is related with general objects no 7 of this curriculum)
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The course is mandatory for university students from various disciplines, so it does provide students with knowledge and information about the Palestinian reality and in particular the political developments of the Palestinian cause since its inception until the present day in line social and economic developments and political which constitute the main pillars for the study of the Palestinian political reality.This course aims to study Palestinian issue from its begging until present day in social, economic and political issue.
11000108 Community Service 1
11000117 Leadership and Communication Skills 1
11000127 Introduction to Computer Science 1
11000326 English Language II 3

Faculty Optional Requirements Student must complete 3 credit hours

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequests
3
    • 11101311
    • 11101315
This course aims to introduce the students to legal regulation and the working process in legal departments. It provides students with field training in specialized legal departments as students spend 192 hours; 4 hours daily and 12 weekly. Students are evaluated by both the legal department and the course teacher.
3
    • 11101311
    • 11101315
The Legal Clinic course aims to train students on scientific solving of legal issues sent to the Legal Clinic by offering the customers services and consulting for free. Students spend 192 hours, four daily and 12 weekly, and are evaluated by the Legal Clinic Director.
3
    • 11101315
    • 11101311
The course aims to teach students the practical aspects of legal life by simulating civil, criminal, and administrative courts and presenting cases before a court. Roles are distributed among students, including the governing body, prosecutors, and the defense. Students spend 96 hours and are evaluated according to their functional performance.

Speciality Requirements Student must complete 96 credit hours

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequests
3
    • 11101110
The meaning ‎and definition ‎of Fiqh, its ‎evolution, ‎purpose and ‎varied aspects will be ‎examined. ‎The course ‎will discuss ‎types of ‎governance, ‎license and ‎determination, ‎the topic ‎concerning ‎the Holy ‎Koran in ‎terms of signs and the use of ‎words and ‎characters. ‎Topics related ‎to Sonnah, ‎unanimity and ‎measurement ‎‎(definitions, ‎uses and ‎conditions) as ‎well as reason ‎and consequences ‎will be ‎discussed. ‎Subsidiary ‎evidence will ‎also be ‎covered such as ‎desirability ‎and ‎reclamation‏.‏
3
    • 10401140
This course tackles two subjects: divorce and marriage. Topics covering marriage ‎include definition, wisdom behind it, legality, engagement, elements of marriage ‎contract, legal conditions for its completion, conditions tied to contract, effect of ‎marriage contract on dowry, adequate support of wife, fair treatment of wife in case of ‎polygamy; loyalty to husband and decision-making at home. In the second part of the ‎course, students will learn about divorce, its divisions, khulu’ (initiating divorce by ‎wife), its prescriptions or rules; custody (of infant) and its rules, and kinship expenses
3
    • 10401241
Topics covered ‎in this course ‎include legacy ‎and rights ‎pertinent to it, ‎reasons and ‎conditions of ‎inheritance, men ‎and women ‎heirs, reduction ‎of heirs' shares, ‎distribution of ‎remaining ‎shares among ‎heirs, greed, and ‎abolishment, as ‎well as kinship ‎inheritance. ‎Another topic ‎covered in this ‎course is the ‎will in terms of ‎its wisdom, ‎pillars, ‎conditions, ‎voiding, ‎retraction, ‎acceptance, ‎rejection and ‎obligatory will. ‎The last topic is ‎wakf ‎‎(endowment). ‎The course will ‎look at the ‎meaning, ‎conditions and ‎rules governing ‎wakf.‎
3
This course ‎aims to ‎introduce ‎students to the ‎nature and ‎historical development ‎of law, and ‎how to ‎formulate its ‎rules and ‎identify the ‎goals‏,‏ properties and ‎sources of ‎these rules, as ‎well as ‎categorize ‎legal ‎principles‏,‏ apply and ‎interpret them
3
In this course ‎students study ‎the nature and ‎development ‎of commercial ‎law,‎ merchandising ‎and general ‎laws that ‎regulate ‎business‏. ‏‎ The ‎course ‎provides a ‎detailed ‎reference to ‎different types ‎of commercial ‎contracts: ‎commercial ‎sale contracts, ‎agency ‎contracts, ‎broker ‎agreement ‎contracts, ‎Commission ‎Contracts and ‎ contracts of ‎carriage.‎
3
This course ‎provides a ‎definition of ‎constitutional ‎law in political ‎systems. The ‎course ‎introduces students to ‎different ‎constitutional ‎systems, ‎methods of ‎granting ‎power,‎ electoral ‎procedure, ‎individual ‎rights and ‎public ‎freedoms. The ‎separation of powers ‎between the ‎legislature, ‎judiciary and ‎executive- is ‎examined,‎ addressing the ‎philosophy ‎behind the ‎separation and ‎the respective responsibilities ‎and areas of ‎influence of ‎each of these ‎organs of ‎government.‎
3
This course ‎mainly focuses ‎on general ‎theories, ‎sources of ‎international ‎law and the ‎development ‎of law making ‎processes. ‎Emphasis will ‎be placed ‎upon the role of law ‎in times of ‎peace and war. ‎Students learn ‎about States’ ‎rights and duties ‎within this ‎framework, ‎and the legal ‎means of ‎settling inter-‎state conflicts. ‎‎(Palestine and ‎the ‎International ‎Law)‎‏.‏
3
    • 11101110
This course ‎discusses ‎general legal ‎rules ‎applicable to ‎criminal ‎convictions. It ‎addresses ‎reasons for ‎disclosure and ‎the liability of ‎the culprit, ‎instigator and ‎accomplice. ‎Students will ‎examine the ‎personal and ‎territorial ‎jurisdiction of ‎penalty law‏.‏
3
    • 11101110 or
    • 111101
This course ‎introduces ‎students to the ‎definition of civil ‎law and its ‎foundations. It ‎particularly ‎focuses on ‎individual, real and ‎pecuniary rights ‎and sources of ‎obligation. The ‎course defines ‎contract law, ‎including types of ‎contracts, ‎conditionality, ‎individual will, ‎detrimental acts, ‎and ‎responsibilities. ‎The course also ‎covers dishonest ‎assistance, ‎misrepresentation ‎and unjust ‎enrichment.‎.‎
3
    • 11101110
This course ‎provides ‎students with ‎a definition of ‎administrative ‎law, and knowledge of ‎its origins and ‎sources. The ‎rules ‎governing ‎public ‎authorities and public ‎spending will ‎be examined‏.‏
3
    • 11101115
This course is a ‎study of the ‎effects of ‎obligation in terms ‎of explaining optional ‎implementation ‎means, namely, ‎payment, settling ‎of accounts,‎ unity of pecuniary; ‎means of ‎compulsory ‎implementation, ‎namely, real implementation, ‎implementation ‎through ‎compensation; ‎means of ‎protecting execution, urgent ‎case-direct and ‎indirect trials, ‎modified ‎definitions of obligation effects, ‎right to imprison, ‎conditions, terms ‎and clearance –‎ impossibility of ‎execution – ‎passing of time ‎preventing from ‎hearing lawsuits‏.‏
3
    • 11101114
Topics ‎covered in ‎this course ‎include ‎penalty, in ‎terms of its ‎importance, ‎objectives, ‎divisions, ‎types, ‎completion of ‎punishment ‎and ‎suspension of ‎punishment ‎execution; ‎comparison ‎between ‎penalty and ‎other types of ‎punishments, ‎exemption ‎from ‎punishment, ‎reasons for ‎light and strict ‎punishment, ‎precautionary ‎measures; ‎their concept, ‎types and ‎expiration.‎
3
This course aims at ‎teaching students how ‎to use the library, and ‎how to document ‎sources and references ‎when they write ‎academic papers. ‎The course also ‎teaches students how ‎to collect data, and ‎analyze and classify ‎them. In addition, ‎the course introduces ‎methods of research ‎and technological ‎resources used in ‎research.‎
3
    • 11101111
This course covers ‎a number of ‎topics, including ‎the definition of ‎commercial ‎companies, their ‎types, their ‎dissolution, their ‎divisions, the way ‎of establishing ‎them, their ‎registration, ‎administration ‎‎(management) ‎and liquidation. ‎Furthermore, the ‎course also ‎provides the ‎definition of ‎bankruptcy, its ‎causes, ‎conditions, types, ‎position of law ‎towards it, penalty ‎imposed on ‎bankrupt traders, ‎in some cases, ‎particularly when ‎it is criminal ‎bankruptcy.‎
3
    • 11101215
    • 11101111
This course ‎covers a ‎number of ‎topics ‎including the ‎definition of ‎commercial ‎papers, their ‎characteristics, ‎types, policies ‎‎(order bills), ‎checks, the ‎establishment ‎of commercial ‎drafts and their ‎exchange and ‎the guarantee ‎of their ‎payment and ‎the expiration ‎of obligation ‎cited in them. ‎In addition, the ‎course tackles ‎banks in terms ‎of their ‎definition, and ‎their role in ‎economy, ‎development, ‎in external and ‎internal trade as ‎well as loans, ‎their ‎conditions, ‎interests and ‎their kinds.‎
3
    • 11101313
This course covers the implementation of civil and commercial procedure ‎law, in terms of time and place, and the important principles on which the ‎litigation system is based, formation of courts, degrees of litigation in these ‎courts, including urgent litigation. The course also deals with the rules of ‎jurisdiction, conflict of jurisdiction and its types and international jurisdiction ‎of judiciary. Furthermore, the course will examine lawsuit theory and ‎litigation procedures; bringing legal action, its conditions, notifying the ‎appellee, trial proceedings, consideration of the case, aspects of its use, ‎requests, motions of defense, intervention, adjournment of the lawsuit case ‎and its termination, sentences and their types, determination of their effects ‎and ways of appealing against them‏.‏
3
    • 11101311
This course ‎covers the law ‎of evidence ‎according to ‎the different ‎Fiqh schools. ‎It also ‎includes a ‎study of ‎evidence: ‎written ‎evidence, ‎testimony, and ‎the new ‎argument of ‎Quran in ‎proof, besides ‎admission, the ‎right, preview, ‎and ‎experience in ‎accordance ‎with the rules ‎set out in civil ‎law and ‎evidence law.‎
3
    • 11101210
This course is ‎a study of the ‎most common ‎contracts: ‎Lease and sale ‎contracts. The ‎course will ‎provide ‎students with a ‎definition of ‎sale contracts, ‎their ‎characteristics, ‎elements, ‎rules, impacts ‎and ‎expiration. ‎The course ‎will discuss ‎proprietor and ‎tenant law.‎
3
    • 11101116
This course ‎includes a ‎study of ‎general ‎foundations ‎and bases ‎organizing ‎revenues, ‎expenditures, ‎public budget, ‎and a practical ‎study of it. ‎The course is ‎also a study of ‎the principles ‎of public ‎finance, ‎theory of ‎taxes and its ‎goals with ‎emphasis on ‎taxing ‎regulations ‎that are ‎effective in ‎the Palestinian ‎areas. The ‎course also ‎highlights the ‎role of taxes ‎in striking the ‎necessary ‎balance ‎between ‎revenues and ‎social justice.‎
3
    • 11101317
    • 11101316
This course begins ‎with a definition of ‎this law and its ‎relationship with ‎other laws ‎particularly Law of ‎Penalty. The course ‎also explains the ‎scope of procedure ‎rules, different stages ‎of penalty lawsuits ‎and starting from ‎preliminary ‎investigation and its ‎proceedings. The ‎course will study ‎lawsuits resulting ‎from crimes, public ‎right lawsuits, parties ‎involved, restrictions ‎and reasons for their ‎termination. In ‎addition, the course ‎teaches civil lawsuits ‎resulting from ‎penalty lawsuits in ‎terms of their ‎dependence on them, ‎their conditions and ‎effects. There is also ‎a study of penalty ‎judiciary in terms of ‎its formation, and ‎bases of its ‎organization, ‎proceedings of ‎penalty courts and ‎fundamentals, ways ‎of providing ‎evidence, types of ‎sentences and ways ‎of contesting them, ‎both ordinary and ‎extraordinary.‎
3
    • 11101211
This course addresses ‎crimes against ‎persons such as ‎murder of different ‎types (premeditated ‎murder, depraved, ‎felony murder) and ‎crimes of abuse, ‎indecent assault, rape, ‎abortion, crimes ‎against freedom, ‎threats, defamation as ‎well as crimes like ‎‎(forgery, bribery).
3
    • 11101316
This course will ‎address the crimes ‎against property such ‎as theft and ‎embezzlement, fraud ‎and the crime of ‎giving a check ‎without balance and ‎methods of credit.‎
3
    • 11101116
This course addresses ‎public jobs, and ‎administrative ‎decision in terms of ‎its elements and the ‎bases governing it, in ‎the light of ‎abrogation and non-‎retroactivity. The ‎course also examines ‎administrative ‎contracts in terms of ‎their types and rules.‎
3
    • 11101313
This course introduces Jordanian Labor Law. Topics covered include ‎definition of the law, its historical development, its sources, contracts based ‎on it, conditions for their validity, subsequent obligations on employer and ‎employee, reasons for termination of an individual’s work contract, ‎collective labor contract, union organizations, ways of settling labor disputes ‎with special reference to the most important rights, and advantages and ‎disadvantages of these unions.‎
3
    • 11101312
This course ‎studies the ‎powers of the ‎executive ‎council; its ‎responsibilities, ‎authority, ‎structure and ‎competence. ‎Along with ‎methods of ‎enforcement, it ‎also covers ‎executive bonds ‎and methods of ‎executing the ‎local and ‎foreign ‎judgments, ‎funds that may ‎be excluded, ‎custody and ‎consequences.‎
3
    • 11101313
This course ‎covers the ‎fundamentals of ‎insurance, its ‎emergence, ‎evolution and ‎types of ‎insurance; in ‎addition to ‎studying the ‎effects, and ‎obligations of ‎the insurer and ‎the insured ‎according to the ‎insurance ‎contract. Legal ‎solutions, direct ‎matter and ‎obsolescence ‎will also be ‎covered
3
    • 11101313
This course deals ‎with commercial ‎arbitration as an ‎alternative means of ‎resolving disputes. ‎Conditions of an ‎arbitration ‎agreement are ‎covered along with ‎procedures, ‎issuance of an ‎award, objections to ‎implementation, ‎and appeal. All this ‎is in the context of ‎Palestinian ‎Arbitration Law. ‎The course deals ‎with the definition ‎of international ‎commercial ‎arbitration and what ‎distinguishes it ‎from domestic ‎arbitration, and its ‎role in international ‎trade relations.‎
3
    • 11101110
This course provides a historical ‎background about ‎the origin of ‎commercial, ‎industrial and ‎intellectual ‎property, means of ‎its protection at the ‎international level ‎‎(Paris Treaty), ‎history of ‎legislation, ‎pertinent to it, ‎during the Ottoman ‎rule, the Jordanian ‎rule; patent law, ‎registration system, ‎nature of patent ‎right or intellectual ‎property, ways of ‎using and protecting ‎it, fees, industrial ‎models, rules ‎governing trade ‎names and titles, ‎commercial and ‎intellectual ‎property, how to ‎sell, and use rights ‎to others. ‎
3
    • 11101311
This course ‎begins with ‎the definition ‎of private ‎international ‎law, its ‎sources, its ‎nature, general ‎theory of law ‎conflict, ‎analysis of ‎evidence base ‎and schools, ‎concerning the ‎theory of ‎conflict of ‎jurisdiction ‎and types of ‎this latter.‎
3
    • 11101313
The course ‎provides ‎details about ‎proprietorship ‎rights, means ‎of protection ‎and ‎restrictions on ‎it. Then the ‎course ‎discusses ‎specific types ‎of ownership ‎that include ‎public ‎ownership, ‎upper and ‎lower ‎ownership, ‎mutual wall, ‎and apartment ‎and floor ‎ownership. ‎The course ‎will also dwell ‎on reasons for ‎acquiring ‎property after ‎death and ‎reasons for ‎ownership in ‎case of life. ‎The course ‎ends with ‎adjacency ‎rules.‎
3
    • 11101318
This course introduces ‎administrative ‎judiciary, traces its ‎development and ‎explains the principle ‎of legitimacy, the laws ‎of guaranteeing its ‎implementation, and ‎determining types of ‎controlling the ‎administration, ‎particularly judiciary ‎control, its types, its ‎development and ‎organization. ‎The course will ‎provide examples, ‎namely, from Egypt, ‎France and Jordan. ‎Students will also be ‎introduced to Supreme ‎Court of Justice in ‎Jordan, its ‎specialization, lawsuit ‎abrogation, its ‎definition, its ‎characteristics, ‎conditions for its ‎acceptance, aspects of ‎its cancellation and its ‎judgment.‎
3
    • 11101313
The main part of ‎this course is ‎concerned with ‎land law. This ‎includes ‎classification of ‎estates, ‎registered and ‎unregistered ‎conveyance, co-‎ownership and ‎trusts of land, ‎leases, licenses, ‎easements, ‎covenants and ‎mortgages.‎

Speciality Optional Requirements Student must complete 21 credit hours

Course Code Course Name Credit Hours Prerequests
10301320 Arabic Language Skills 3
    • 11000102
11011222 Entrepreneurship and Innovation 3
3
    • 11101113
This course provides students with a definition of human rights, and knowledge of ‎their historical overview, evolution and types. It shows the application and ‎implementation of international covenants on human rights and civil liberties at the ‎national level. Students will learn about the development of the international ‎recognition of human rights, the United Nations and human rights, the universal ‎declaration of human right and‏ ‏the international agreements and covenants on ‎human rights. This course examines the basic concepts of human rights and its ‎origins, explaining the major international and regional human rights instruments ‎such as treaties and recommendations as well as international instruments that are ‎still in progress such as peremptory norm (also called jus cogens).‎ In addition, this course addresses the content of human rights and the first, second ‎and third generation rights. Moreover, it introduces the international means for ‎protecting and strengthening human rights worldwide. For example, the legal ‎means: reports system, complaints of states and individuals, and investigation ‎committees, or the political and economic pressure, as well as using power or the ‎theory of intervention for the benefit of humanity. Contemporary issues‏ ‏such as ‎honour crimes, violence against women, and the death penalty will be examined.‎
3
    • 11101113
This course introduces the law of war and ‎how it developed ‎starting from the ‎second half of the ‎nineteenth century. ‎The course also ‎examines the most ‎important sources of ‎this law: customary ‎and conventional ‎ones. The course, ‎further, discusses the ‎most important legal ‎obligations of ‎disputing parties and ‎neutral states, and the ‎duties of the ‎occupying country ‎towards the occupied ‎region and its ‎population. ‎The course ends with ‎an illustration of the ‎characteristics of War ‎and ‎Occupation Law and ‎its shortcomings. ‎Palestine is takes as ‎an example.‎
3
    • 11101113
This course is a study ‎of both regional and ‎international ‎organizations in ‎terms of ‎development, history, ‎types, and leaders. It ‎is also a study of ‎general theory of the ‎international ‎organization, its legal ‎status and its role in ‎the international ‎community. ‎International ‎organizations ‎considered are the ‎UN, UNESCO, WHO, ‎UNICEF, and other ‎United Nations ‎agencies. Regional ‎organizations ‎examined will include ‎the Arab League, ‎Organization of ‎African Unity, the ‎Organization of ‎American States and ‎Palestine in the ‎international ‎organizations (The ‎PLO).‎
3
    • 11101313
This course includes ‎a detailed ‎examination of the ‎four civil contracts, ‎Agency, Guarantee, ‎Contracting and ‎Assignment. In the ‎first type of ‎contract, the course ‎examines the ‎creation of the ‎Agency and its ‎implications and ‎expiration. In the ‎second type of ‎contract, students ‎are introduced to ‎the meaning, ‎elements, types and ‎effects of the ‎contract, ‎particularly between ‎the guarantor and ‎the lender, and ‎between the ‎guarantor and the ‎borrower. In the ‎third type of the ‎contract, the course ‎will focus on the ‎contractor's ‎obligations vis-à-vis ‎the employer's ‎obligations, and ‎expiration of ‎contracting ‎contracts. In the ‎fourth contract, the ‎course addresses the ‎types of agency and ‎its creation, ‎implications and ‎expiration.‎
3
    • 11101110
This course ‎aims to identify ‎the importance ‎of electronic ‎commerce and ‎the evolution of ‎international ‎laws in this ‎area. Students ‎will study the ‎establishment of ‎the electronic ‎contract and the ‎problem this can ‎cause in relation ‎to validity.‎
3
    • 11101111
This course ‎examines the ‎international ‎trade law, its ‎sources and ‎evolution. The ‎most important ‎international ‎trade contracts ‎are addressed, ‎including: the ‎international ‎sale of goods, as ‎well as the most ‎international ‎conventions and ‎norms in ‎international ‎trade law.‎
3
    • 11101111
This course introduces the students to the ‎shipping legal ‎system, identity, ‎nationality and its ‎registration. Students ‎will also learn about ‎ship ownership, rights ‎in rem pertinent to it, ‎its confiscation, and ‎reasons behind the ‎action and the manner ‎of its implementation. ‎Furthermore, students ‎will learn about ship ‎navigators, namely, ‎ship proprietor, its ‎captains, and its ‎maintenance officer. ‎In addition, students ‎will be introduced to ‎contracts organizing ‎marine activity: ‎marine work ‎contracts, marine ‎insurance contracts, ‎ship-rescue contracts, ‎marine responsibility ‎in terms of collision, ‎insurance and rescue.‎ It also covers the ‎aerospace law that ‎governs the legal ‎relations resulting ‎from the use of space ‎to organize space ‎navigation, and how ‎to use civil planes ‎according to the ‎international charts ‎that organize space ‎navigations, as well ‎as the mutual use of ‎space between ‎countries, and the ‎treaties against plane ‎kidnapping and its ‎local and ‎international ‎sanctions
3
    • 11101111
This course is a study ‎of various forms of ‎suspicious deaths, for ‎example, murder, ‎honor crimes, rape ‎and methods of ‎identification ‎including ‎fingerprinting, use of ‎forensic doctors and ‎their specialties. The ‎course will further ‎teach students ‎techniques used in ‎discovering forgery ‎and fraud. ‎
3
    • 11101110
The course ‎addresses ‎legislative ‎developments ‎within ‎modern ‎Palestine from ‎the late ‎Ottoman rule ‎to the British ‎Mandate, ‎through ‎periods of ‎Jordanian and ‎Egyptian rule ‎to the current ‎Israeli ‎occupation, ‎identifying the ‎characteristics ‎of legislative ‎policy during ‎these periods.‎
3
    • 11101411
This course ‎covers the ‎study of ‎mortgage ‎insurance and ‎possession in ‎terms of ‎construction, ‎effect and ‎expiry. It also ‎includes ‎research into ‎privilege ‎rights, ‎including ‎privilege ‎rights on real ‎estate.‎
3
    • 11101313
This course is ‎an analytical ‎study of the ‎gift, bare ‎trust, and the ‎loan in terms ‎of ‎establishment, ‎legal effect ‎and expiry. It ‎also includes a ‎study of ‎Fiqh's ‎different ‎points of ‎views on such ‎contracts.‎
3
    • 11101313
This course covers the study of the most important drafts of the commercial ‎contract such as project finance contracting, commercial credit contract, ‎concession contracts, and intellectual property and technology transfer ‎contracts.‎
3
This course requires ‎students to consider ‎the moral aspects of ‎a career in law. The ‎ethical values and ‎practices of judges, ‎lawyers, prosecutors, ‎legal advisers and ‎law professors will ‎be considered along ‎with the disciplinary ‎procedures applied ‎in cases of ‎misconduct. In ‎respect of client ‎confidences, candor ‎toward the tribunal, ‎truthfulness in ‎statements to others, ‎and professional ‎independence are ‎some of the defining ‎features of legal ‎ethics.‎
3
    • 11101113
This course provides ‎the student with an ‎historical idea about ‎the origin and ‎development of the ‎diplomatic law; it ‎also discusses ‎diplomatic immunity ‎and privileges ‎enjoyed by the ‎diplomatic corps and ‎consular corps ‎people. Furthermore, ‎the course explains ‎the development of ‎the international ‎conventions towards ‎diplomats. ‎The course ends with ‎an examination of ‎Vienna treaties of ‎‎1961 and 1963 which ‎laid the modern legal ‎foundations ‎for Diplomatic Law, ‎immunity and ‎consular and ‎diplomatic privileges
3
    • 11101112
It deals with the ‎genesis of ‎constitutional rules, ‎the evolution of the ‎system of ‎constitutional ‎governance and ‎general ‎constitutional ‎fundamentals in ‎Palestine, and how ‎the constitutions of ‎Palestine are put ‎forward, their nature, ‎objectives, and their ‎organization of ‎public authorities in ‎terms of Jurisdiction ‎and relationship. It ‎also addresses the ‎nature of the ‎constitutional system ‎in Palestine, the real ‎practice of political ‎sovereignty, and the ‎features of the ‎current ‎constitutional ‎system.‎
3
    • 11101110
‎ Looking at topics related to local administration, the course will cover the rules ‎governing local administration, competences and the relationship with the central ‎administration. Students will learn about the expertise of each administrative body, ‎systems of practice, types of administrative control in the context of democracy and ‎accountability. Students will come away with a sound theoretical basis of ‎Administrative Law and its relationship with ensuring respect for rule of law and ‎protecting public interests. ‎
3
    • 11101211
In this course students will study crimes perpetrated against the State, for example; ‎conspiracy, treason, espionage and crimes against the constitution, terrorism and others.‎
3
    • 11101311
In this course students will learn about the various types of legal drafting: the ‎legislative drafting, drafting the pleadings and the submissions, writing the judicial ‎decisions, contracts, agreements, legal letters, and legal consultations... etc. ‎
3
    • 11101110 or
    • 111101
The course ‎includes ‎getting to ‎know the ‎basis of the ‎legal and ‎judicial Israeli ‎system in the ‎civil, ‎administrative ‎and ‎constitutional ‎fields, with ‎extra focus on ‎the practical ‎consequences ‎on the ‎Palestinian ‎rights outside ‎the green ‎light.‎
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    • 11101113
It studies sides ‎of the ‎international ‎law that is ‎related to the ‎rights and ‎protection of ‎refugees in ‎general, with ‎extra focus on ‎the Palestinian ‎refugees, and ‎the cases ‎related to ‎them in terms ‎of history of ‎the Palestinian ‎forced ‎migration, the ‎localization of ‎the refugees, ‎the return to ‎the home ‎country, their ‎protection and ‎the UN ‎resolutions ‎concerned ‎with them.‎
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This course ‎studies the ‎legal ‎relationship ‎between the ‎doctor and the ‎patient and the ‎contracted ‎agreements, ‎professional ‎responsibility, ‎medical ‎mistakes and ‎life medicine ‎ethics. It also ‎addresses the ‎medical ‎legislations in ‎Palestine in ‎comparison ‎with other ‎legislations.‎
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This course ‎tackles the ‎divisions of ‎laws, the ‎procedures of ‎their issuing, ‎what results ‎from them, ‎and the ‎methods of ‎appealing ‎them. The ‎course ‎addresses the ‎general basics ‎of appealing.‎
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This course deals with the substantive provisions of corruption crimes in the Palestinian law, comparative systems, and the sorts of corruption. This course will also address the study of procedural rules to face corruption crimes based on the Illegal Gaining Law No. 1 of 2005, which has become known as the Anti-Corruption Law No. 1 of 2005. Moreover, students will also study the tasks and powers of the Palestinian Anti-Corruption Authority, Legal problems of corruption crimes, and the United Nations Convention against Corruption and the applicable Palestinian legislation. Students of this course will have a substantial opportunity to build communication channels with workers in institutions that combating corruption in Palestine. This course deals with the substantive provisions of corruption crimes in the Palestinian law, comparative systems, and the sorts of corruption. This course will also address the study of procedural rules to face corruption crimes based on the Illegal Gaining Law No. 1 of 2005, which has become known as the Anti-Corruption Law No. 1 of 2005. Moreover, students will also study the tasks and powers of the Palestinian Anti-Corruption Authority, Legal problems of corruption crimes, and the United Nations Convention against Corruption and the applicable Palestinian legislation. Students of this course will have a substantial opportunity to build communication channels with workers in institutions that combating corruption in Palestine.
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This course is a study ‎of criminology in ‎terms of its ‎definition, its history, ‎and its development. ‎It is also a study of ‎the link between ‎criminology ‎and Law of Penalty, ‎factors behind ‎individual and group ‎criminal behavior and ‎the different theories ‎introduced around ‎these factors.‎
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Students in ‎this course will ‎learn about local ‎legislations ‎aimed at ‎protection of ‎environment ‎and prevention ‎of pollution. ‎The students ‎will also learn ‎about the ‎environment, its ‎elements, means ‎of its protection ‎and its ‎sustainable ‎development. ‎Furthermore, ‎students will be ‎introduced to ‎international ‎environmental ‎laws ‎particularly ‎those related to ‎water and ‎natural ‎resources. ‎Pertaining to ‎urban planning, ‎students will ‎learn about laws ‎related to ‎planning in both ‎cities and ‎villages, and ‎different ‎committees ‎charged with ‎planning, their ‎powers and ‎formation.‎
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This course addresses the development of ‎the Palestinian ‎political system over ‎the various eras, and ‎by change of the ‎ruling authorities in ‎charge in Palestine. ‎It deals with the ‎current ‎constitutional system ‎in force under the ‎Palestinian Authority ‎of the ‎Basic Law issued on ‎‎29-5-2002 and ‎amended in 2003. ‎Students are exposed ‎to the forms of the ‎Palestinian political ‎system and freedoms ‎set forth in this ‎system and the ‎authorities and ‎jurisdiction of each ‎one of them. Finally, ‎student will study ‎Oslo agreements and ‎their impact on the ‎constitutional and ‎political system in ‎Palestine.‎
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Students will ‎learn about the ‎establishment of ‎the European ‎Union, its ‎institutions and ‎the legal system ‎that regulates its ‎relations with ‎Member States. ‎The three EU ‎powers will be ‎discussed: ‎legislative ‎power and ‎executive ‎power, along ‎with the ‎European ‎judicial system.‎
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This course focuses in legal terms which are being used in Hebrew. Also, it includes the basics of legal writing skills, reading, analyzing, and understanding legal texts and codes in Hebrew. After finishing the course successfully, it is expected that the student will be able to read, analyze, write legal phrases and texts in Hebrew.
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This course covers many Israeli legal topics which aims to good understanding of the Israeli legal system such as: Employment Law, Property Law, Business Law and Tax, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law. It also covers the Basic Laws of the Government, the Judiciary, Freedom of Occupation, in addition to the Family Law and Penal Law. After finishing the course successfully, it is expected that the student will be able to be conversant with the basics of Israeli legal system and to have enough legal knowledge in Hebrew which would help him or her to have a job in the available future legal professions and to be able and ready for the Bar exams in Israel.

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