The Faculty of Law Concludes its Legal Education Program
An-Najah National University's Faculty of Law in collaboration with different legal institutions in Palestine recently concluded its legal education and practical training program.
The program was organized for third-and fourth-year students from the University's Faculty of Law.
It is a structured training program designed to help participants develop the practical, day-to-day skills they will need as lawyers in the future. It promotes a better understanding of the profession by bridging the gap between the academic realm and the real world
The program included 97 students from An-Najah's faculty of Law and aimed to offer participants better view of legal practice in various law institutions in Palestine.
Dr. Naeem Salameh, Dean of the Faculty of Law noted that this program was part of the Faculty of Law's extracurricular activities. He said that such training programs help today’s law students become better lawyers tomorrow.
He added that offering such training programs prepares law students for the future challenges they might face once they are out in the field with a degree in hand. They help develop several other skills which are useful in professional lives. They get an in-depth knowledge of regulations or rules which help them secure a better job with some of the most coveted employers.