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The MoU has been signed on 28/11/2012 by Professor Ekhleif Tarawneh, President of the University of Jordan, on behalf of the University, and Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, Chairman of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Group, in presence of the Deputies of the President of the University, the Dean of the Faculty of Law, a number of the academic staff members of the Faculty, and representatives of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Group.
The Memorandum included a number of items that shall enhance the academic and scientific cooperation between both parties, which are in line with the orientations of the vision of the University to develop the performance and skills of its students, in order to achieve leadership and meet the requirements of the labor market. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Group has undertaken to establish “Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Knowledge Center” at the Faculty of Law, and providing it with computers and other equipment necessary for education purposes, in addition to providing a digital library in order to facilitate students’ access to different kinds of knowledge.
The MoU emphasized on launching specialized courses in law, English language, and computer skills, in addition to mutual legal training courses to be held by the Arab Society for Intellectual Property - Talal Abu-Ghazaleh group and the members of the Faculty of Law, with the possibility of focusing on Libyan and Iraqi markets due to their need for the specialized legal training.
 Dr. Abu Ghazala stated that law students are not far the tsunami of knowledge, stressing that the knowledge center to be established at the Faculty will focus on creating legal personnel skilled with information technology since the law science shall transform in future to the digital age. In his lecture, held after the signature of the Memorandum, Dr. Abu Ghazala said that man’s power lies in the power of knowledge and the use of the latest technologies and electronic tools, referring that the Arab Society for Intellectual Property represents today the largest database for information in the Arab World.
 During the lecture which was attended by a large number of law students and a number of the academic faculty members, Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh introduced “Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Digital University” which will be established early next year, and the role it shall play in creating the link and bond between students and their universities, without having to bare the trouble and costs of travel. In introducing Dr. Talal Abu-Ghazaleh, Dr. Tariq Hammouri the Dean of the Faculty of Law said that Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh is one of the most respectable minds in the Arab World, and presented few from amongst the many achievements of Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh during his career over the years.
In light of the strategic plan adopted by the Faculty of Law at the University of Jordan, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between the Faculty and the Civil Service Bureau. Students of the Faculty will join the Bureau in a training program in aspects related to civil service, as well as Administrative Law.
In implementation of the MoU, the first group of Faculty students has started training at the Bureau. Dr. Tariq Hammouri, Dean of the Faculty of Law, said that this MoU, as part of the strategic plan of the Faculty, shall contribute to enhancing the practical and theoretical abilities of the students. On his part, the Secretary General of the Civil Service Bureau HE Mr. Sameh Al-Nasser emphasized the importance of such an initiative, and stressed the keenness of the Bureau to enhance its role in community service through such activities.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed by HE Mr. Taher Al-Masri, Head of the Upper House, and Dr. Tariq Hammouri, Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Jordan.
 The MoU aims to enhance the cooperation between the Faculty and the Upper House. The aspects of cooperation include consulting academic staff members at the Faculty of Law in the Bills submitted to the Upper House of Parliament. It also allows the students of the Faculty to attend the public sessions of the Upper House. In addition, students of the Faculty have volunteered to conduct legal research in subjects related to the Bills introduced to the Upper House.
According to Dr. Hammuori, this MoU seeks to link the Faculty students with the legislative bodies in Jordan as part of the students’ practical training program initiated by the Faculty, in addition to improving the legislative outcomes of the Upper House.


     The School of Law host a group of the best legal offices in the kingdom with a view to an interview college graduation is expected with the end of the academic year 2012/2013, so that students learn the training opportunities on the work of the lawyer as a condition of practicing law and registration in the Register of lawyers professors have attended the effectiveness of the Office Obeidat The School of Law host a group of the best legal offices in the kingdom with a view to an interview college graduation is expected with the end of the academic year 2012/2013, so that students learn the training opportunities on the work of the lawyer as a condition of practicing law and registration in the Register of lawyers professors have attended the effectiveness of the Office Obeidat  & Freihat , and Khalifa and partners, Mbada Dalal, and Rajai Dajani.

The Faculty of law , In implementation of the Convention on the total had already signed in the first semester of the academic year 2012/2013, with the Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Foundation with a view to training students for the assets of reviews vitae which they have provided legal offices.



The Faculty of Law was established club in the name of the Moot Court Club Created entirely by law students from different academic years, was elected an interim committee to manage the club president temporarily pending registration club duly Deanship of Student Affairs in accordance with the instructions of the student clubs at the University of Jordan with the beginning of the academic year next year.The Faculty of Law was established club in the name of the Moot Court Club Created entirely by law students from different academic years, was elected an interim committee to manage the club president temporarily pending registration club duly Deanship of Student Affairs in accordance with the instructions of the student clubs at the University of Jordan with the beginning of the academic year next year.
 This club aims to simulate the process of litigation process from (A) to (Z) the clubs by providing issues have been adjudicated by the Jordanian courts and hold competitions among multiple teams in the club to compete for first place.
 It should be noted that this club like the rest of the clubs which will be referred to later, clubs fully managed  by students and follow-up of Dean and under the supervision of the Office of Development and Quality Control, also provides faculty members at the college legal advice to the teams participating in these competitions.
The club was established in the same way in which the founding of the Moot Court Club will be duly recorded in the Deanship of Student Affairs. The club aims to strengthen the capacity of the discussion and debate among the students of the Faculty of Law and strengthen the means of democratic dialogue among themselves and fight the arguments.
 Has been hired specialists in this area in cooperation with the (King's Academy), where he attended one of their expert training students in the debate club, and trained students on established global asset in this regard.

This club is the latest college student initiatives and the purpose of its establishment is the training and qualification of members of the students on the activities of international prosecutions in which it competes most prominent universities in the world. It will be one of the most prominent outcomes of this club for the students themselves to exchange and transfer their expertise gained in the preceding their participation in these international events.


    The Faculty of Law at the University of Jordan in cooperation with the Jordanian Criminal Studies and Research, symposium specializing entitled criminal justice through the evidence and science, where prefer Prof. Dr. Clif Tarawneh / President of the University under the auspices of this symposium, which highlights the extent of interest of the university to interact with civil society institutions and bodies, institutions and individuals who contribute to lift this nation from different aspects, as this symposium was attended by a group of senior judges and prosecutors of regular and legitimate military and security officers and senior year.


      The role of the Faculty of Law of the arrangement of the Symposium of the follow-up to its program by Dr. Tarek El Hamouri, Dean of the Faculty of Law, which contributed to personally in order to work for the success of this activity in all responsibility and interest.


        The activity of the Jordanian Criminal Studies and research with a view to strengthening the role of the research system in the formulation of criminal legislation to ensure maximum transparency, justice and respect for the right of defense same time contribute to shorten litigation procedures and to solve problems that exist in the criminal proceedings.


     We have contributed to the University of Jordan and since its founding in 1962, strengthening the role of scientific research established College of Graduate Studies and Research and several research centers, including the Center for Women's Studies and the Centre for Hamdi Mango for Scientific Research and Studies and Research Center and Water Station Marine Science and Center for Strategic Studies. The researchers adopted in all disciplines and spotted in their budgets to support scientific research and to enhance its role in the overall development.

Achievements report of The Faculty of Law for the academic year 2012-2013
Achievments Report of the Faculty of Law for the academic year 2013-2014


`The Representative of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Jordan, Andrew Harper, praised the efforts of Jordan in receiving Syrian Refugees despite the tough economic conditions that it's going through. He also praised the Jordanian Armed Forces and the burdens they borne considering this to be such a source of pride to Jordan.


   Harper also called during a lecture at the University of Jordan (UJ) for the International community and the donor countries to increase their support to Jordan so that it would be able to receive more refugees, especially in light of Jordan's scarcity of resources; particularly energy, water, aspects of health, and education, pointing out that the effort of the international community hasn't reached the wanted level yet.

   That lecture was organized by the Faculty of Law in collaboration with the American Bar Association - Rule of Law Initiative, and with the support of the U.S Agency of International Development USAID.

    That lecture aims to increase awareness among students about the role of the Commissioner, the conventions and international laws that deal with asylum cases arising from conflicts.

    Harper also gave an overview about the number of the Syrian refugees in Jordan and other neighboring countries, and the Syrian interior, referring that in Jordan alone the number of Syrian refugees has exceeded 600 thousand.

   The Representative of the UNHCR also talked about the conditions that the Syrian refugees suffer from during the asylum process on the mental and physical levels, its effects on children and women, and their need for support and help to overcome those effects.

     Harper also briefed about the history of establishing the Commission and the roles assigned to it. Then he talked about the adopted definition for those who are considered to be refugees, and to the most important international treaties concerned with human rights and intended to protect refugees.

     He also talked about the Syrian refugees camps held in Jordan, most important, Al Zaatari Camp, its establishment and development, and pointed out to the effects of the camp on the nearby city of Mafraq.

    He also noted the ongoing work to open a new in Al-Azraq next April, which is expected to host about 100 thousand refugees.

    Dr. Ibrahim Al-Jazi, a faculty member, started the lecture talking about Jordan’s role in receiving refugees for what it bears of religious, historic, and moral responsibilities.

    Al-Jazi also talked about the social, economic, and legally implications of hosting Syrian Refugees during the past three years, and the role of the Commission in supporting Jordan to perform its duty in receiving refugees.

    The USAID Mission Director for Jordan, Ms. Beth Paige, said "The faculty of law at the University of Jordan is hosting this series of public lectures to give students and audience a chance to listen to prominent experts talking about important current issues.”

    Paige commended UJ for adopting sensitive issues in the recent times and for informing the Jordanian audience of constant evolutions.

     The lecture that was attended by the Dean of the Faculty, Dr. Tariq Hammouri, and a number of the faculty.

     At the end of the lecture, students were given time to ask the guest some questions. The questions included the role of the Commission, international treaties, and the legal frameworks that govern the relationship between the Commission and the country receiving the refugees.

The Faculty of Law at the University of Jordan (UJ) represented by its dean, Prof. Tariq Hammouri, has honored Master’s students Khaled Musa and Wael Armouti in recognition of their work after publishing a distinguished research in the European Journal of Social Sciences, a well recognized peer-reviewed journal.


   The research, entitled : “The legal protection of perfume: trademark vs. copyright”,  was conducted under the supervision of Dr. Mohammad Naser.


   The research deals with legal violation concerning replica perfumes and weather perfume scents can be copyrighted.


    Hammouri said, "This honoring comes for the fact that this research is the first of its kind at the local level to be published in English in a peer-reviewed Journal approved by UJ for the purpose of faculty promotion."


   Hammouri added that the Faculty of Law has witnessed a quantum leap in the last two years in terms of promoting scientific research and participatory approach in education.


    In their research, the students provided a comparative study of the European legislations in general, and the English and French legislations in particular on the research subject.

      The School of Law at the University of Jordan (UJ) yesterday honored a number of outstanding students in addition to students of development, trials and debates Club and freshmen.

     Dean of the Faculty of Law, Prof. Tariq Hammoury said: "The honoring aims to recognize the students’ efforts and encourage them to continue on their paths and become the ambassadors of their university to the various regions of the country."
     Moreover, Hammoury called the new students to participate in student activities; join the trials and debates club at the Faculty, avoid differences and focus on areas of convergence and compatibility.

     Hammoury provided the new students with a brief description of the college, establishment, and its goal to contribute effectively to the building of the state of law and institutions by instilling the values of justice, truth and equality in the minds of students and providing higher quality graduates who are able to carry the message of truth and justice through the correct understanding of the provisions and the spirit of law.
       At the end of the ceremony, Hammoury distributed certificates of excellence to almost 100 outstanding students.

     It’s worth mentioning that the Faculty of Law was founded in 1967 and includes two sections, public and private law sections, and 37 faculty members

The Law Faculty of the University of Jordan to host effective and making competition Willem C. Vis This preparatory the 5th  annual Middle East is pre-moot program on International Commercial Arbitration, focused on developing the effectiveness of transactional lawyers through participation in the 22nd international is moot competition to be held from 6-7 March in Amman.


According to Dean Dr. Ibrahim Al-jazi, the program of the competition for the Middle East an opportunity to law students in the Middle East and North Africa, and Afghanistan to develop oral advocacy skills and practical knowledge about international sales contracts.


The contest is held under the auspices of the Jordanian judicial Council in partnership with the consultative group for excellence and legal development in Oman and Jordan University, in cooperation with the commercial law development program of the US Department of Commerce, and attended over three days, three teams representing local Jordanian  of universities: Jordan, Jerash and Al-Beit, In addition to  universities from  Iraq , Tunisia, Saudi Arabia , Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Afghanistan and Qatar.



Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour delivers an address at the first national conference for the 2025 economic vision, held at the Dead Sea on Saturday (Petra photo)

DEAD SEA – Hundreds of stakeholders gathered at the Dead Sea on Saturday to discuss remedies for Jordan's economic woes and strategies to develop economic performance over the next 10 years. 

The first national conference for the 2025 economic vision was inaugurated by Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour, who said the blueprint should identify strategies to boost the competitiveness of the Kingdom's economy and to achieve a more efficient, self-reliant economy based on productivity. 

Ensour stressed the government's commitment to implementing the outcome of the final version of the plan, set for completion before the end of the year, adding that a special unit at the Prime Ministry will be in charge of monitoring the implementation of recommendations and measures included in the blueprint.

Periodic reports on achievements and setbacks will be available for lawmakers and the media, the premier said.   

Government officials, lawmakers, representatives from the private sector and civil society organisations constituted the majority of participants at the conference, which was also attended by economists and academics. 

“We live in a turbulent region that poses huge challenges on us but should never hold us back from progressing,” Ensour said in his speech, citing energy, water scarcity, lack of investments in the transportation sector, poverty, unemployment and the development gap between Amman and other governorates as Jordan’s most pressing economic and social woes. 

Ensour said the government is pinning hopes on the new investment law to ease business restrictions and attract more investments, highlighting the need for plans that can speed up growth rates to create jobs for Jordanians and achieve social stability. 

Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Ibrahim Saif indicated that the main objective of the conference is to enable participants to discuss the outcome of the work of the 16 sector committees that outlined challenges and recommendations. 

The conference sought to achieve national consensus on the seven pillars of the economic vision, which include developing human resources, social development, financial policies, trade and industry, business and investment environment, infrastructure decentralisation and community development and legislation and justice. 

Saif said that although Jordan has achieved satisfactory growth rates, it has not reduced unemployment as desired. He stressed the importance of resolving this issue and the need to identify sectors that create jobs for Jordanians. 

The volume of the labour force in Jordan is around 1.4 million but economic contribution is still low, with 30 per cent to 40 per cent of the job opportunities created every year going to non-Jordanians. 

During the day-long gathering, participants engaged in separate sessions on each pillar and reviewed the recommendations prepared by the panels, which have spent more than four months producing reports on challenges and solutions.

Recommendations reached during the intensive sessions will be announced by Saif within two days, according to a planning ministry official. 

Dr Ibrahim Al-jazi / Dean of Faculty of law _University of Jordan  Coordinated a session on legislative and Justice .


Dr. Ibrahim Al-Jazy the Dean of the faculty participated in a round table held by the Jordanian Bar Association on the moral and legal Accountability of the Israeli occupation.


          Dr. Al-Jazy pointed out that there are methods to pursued legal action against corporations which support and provides equipments to the occupation's army. He also discussed the possibility of Palestine becoming a party to the Rome Statute.



Dean of Student Affairs at the University of Jordan, Dr. Ahmed Ali al-awidi met with new students who have accepted this year in law school, where he was Dean of Student Affairs Dr. awidi orientation and indicative words which he welcomed new students accepted to the University and blessed through a set of instructions and advice regarding their university campus.Dr. awidi to the deanship of students Affairs is a warm home for all university students and offices open to all through extracurricular activities offered by the deanship of student clubs and cultural and artistic activities and sports and media called awidi all students to engage in such programmers and activities and communicate with us and invest the spare time they have, referring to the new student should be read carefully the instructions granting Bachelor's degree through the (CD) which had been distributed during an admission to a student on the stands and take everything the student For the duration of the study. awidi focused on inter-Arab relations should be between students based on friendship, respect, love and especially we in Jordan live in an oasis of security and safety come first led by his Majesty King Abdullah II Bin Al Hussein of the student university life to live easily and that the relations of the State constants. At the end of the meeting was dialogue between Dean of students and new students from the Faculty of law and discussed in most of the dilemmas that may exist in their education valuing and the estimated response to attend such meetings.

For the last 30 years, human rights education has been an important part of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute’s work to make a difference for the individual and contribute to the development of societies based on a human rights culture. The Institute is celebrating its 30 year anniversary with a week of events, including a unique panel debate featuring three long-time human rights practitioners and scholars. During the panel debate, the panelists will discuss the role of human rights education in today’s increasingly complex world. Speakers: H.E. Dr. Ibrahim Aljazy is Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Jordan. He is an international lawyer with extensive practical expertise in the areas of, amongst others, public international law, human rights, environmental law, and humanitarian law. Among his scholarly publications is ‘Responsibility to Protect and the Arab League’ in An Institutional Perspective on the Responsibility to Protect, Ed. Gentian Zyberi, Cambridge University Press, 2013. Dr. Aljazy has recently served as Minister of Justice for the Kingdom of Jordan. Mr. Hans Thoolen is active on the Board of the Martin Ennals Foundation and True Heroes Films. He writes an almost daily blog on human rights defenders: Mr. Thoolen worked for 15 years in the UN system, mostly with the High Commissioner for Refugees, served as Executive Secretary of the International Commission of Jurists and was the first Director of the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights. Mr. talent is the founder or co-founder of several human rights organizations, including the Dutch Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, HURIDOCS, International Alert, True Heroes Films and the Martin Ennals Award. Dr. Felisa Tibbitts is the Founder and Senior Advisor of Human Rights Education Associates, which she also directed from 1999-2010. She has worked with numerous government and international agencies in developing curriculum and policies that support the integration of human rights into teaching and training, including UN agencies, OSCE, the Council of Europe, the Organization of American States, and NGOs such as Amnesty International. Dr. Tibbitts has taught human rights on the faculty of Columbia and Harvard Universities and has published widely on human rights education. Moderator: Visiting Professor Maria Green of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute has long focused on human rights and development, with an emphasis on practical implementation of human rights standards as part of development policy and practice. From 2003-2011 she taught at Brandeis University as a member of the core faculty in Sustainable International Development, and has been a consultant on a variety of UN projects related to human rights and development or poverty. Ms. Green also serves as an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, Lund University.

Dr. Ibrahim Al-Jazy the Dean of the faculty participated in a round table held by the Jordanian Bar Association on the moral and legal Accountability of the Israeli occupation.


          Dr. Al-Jazy pointed out that there are methods to pursued legal action against corporations which support and provides equipments to the occupation's army. He also discussed the possibility of Palestine becoming a party to the Rome Statute.

          Dr. Al-Jazy pointed out that there are methods to pursued legal action against corporations which support and provides equipments to the occupation's army. He also discussed the possibility of Palestine becoming a party to the Rome Statute.


The Dean of the Faculty Dr. Ibrahim Al-Jazy held a reception honoring the former dean, Dr. Tariq Al-Hammouri and Dr. Laith Nasraween who received the State Award for Constitutional law issued by a Royal decree


          Dr. Al-hammouri thanked everyone, including the Dean, heads of departments, and staff for their co-operation and dedication during his tenure, saying that the Faculty achievements due to the efforts of faculty members.


           In his  turn, Dr.  Nasraween thanked the Dean of the Faculty and Faculty member for this reception.


Dr. Aljazy thanked both Faculty members for their achievements and academic work of the faculty who set a role model for all of  the faculty members.



A delegation from the Jordanian Transparency Center visited the Faculty of Law to discuss several joint awarness activities at the level of the faculty and the possibility of  joining all faculties of  laws the Jordanian Universities in these activities . Ms. Hilda  Ajilat ,Advocate Safwan Al-Majali from the  JTC, and from the faculty Dean Dr. Ibrahim Al-Jazy, Dr. Ahmed Hiari / Head of Private  Department Law , Dr. Mahasen  Al-Jagoub  / Vice Dean for Graduate Stydies ,Dr. Lina Shabib / Head of the Public Department Law and Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Dr. Ahmad Hayajneh / Assistant Dean for Quality and Development Affairs attended the meeting .

Dr. Mahasen Al- Jaghoub Participated in the 5th project meeting and final conference of the project Euro-mediterranean research cooperation on gender and science : SHE Euro-Mediterranean Research area (SHEMERA) which was held at the Faculty of Literature and Human|Sciences of the University Hassan II in Mohammedia, Morocco ,on October 20-22,2014. SHEMERA ( is a project funded by the 7th RTD Framework Programme of the European Union and led by the Universite Libre de Bruxelles .
The regional " Human Rights" moot court competition will take place at the university of Jordan L Faculty of law, in cooperation with Raoul Wallenberg Institute for Human Rights and the Arab Academic Network for Human Rights, on Tuesday the 16th of December. For that purposes a training was held with the presenter and former, Judge M. Rashdan and Dr. Talal Shurfat who were invited to give their expert remarks on the team, which is supervised by Dr. Hassan Tarawneh and the coordinator for the Arab Academic Network for Human Rights in the Region Dr. Mahasen Al –Jagoub the Vice Dean of the Faculty of law .
       On Monday the 15thDecember 2014, The Dean of the Faculty of Law /Dr. Ibrahim Al-jazy took part in the debate on community violence organized by the National Council of Family with the cooperation of the River Jordan Foundation under the patronage of H.E. Minister of Interior Mr. Hussien Majali – The Dean highlighted the concept of Community violence from a legal perspective.
Law students from Arab universities on Tuesday participated in the activities of the regional "Human Rights" moot court competition, which took place at UJ’s Faculty of Law. The competition kicked off in the presence of UJ president Prof. Ekhleif Tarawneh, Vice-president Prof. Musa Al Luzi and a number of senior judges in the Jordanian courts. Attended by students from Lebanese, Tunisian, Algerian, Moroccan, and Palestinian universities, the competition constitutes an important opportunity to promote the student's real-world lawyering skills. The competition is organized in cooperation with Raoul Wallenberg Institute for Human Rights and the Arab Academic Network for Human Rights. “The competition aims at building knowledge and exchange legal expertise and enable law students to exercise their lawyering skills,” said Prof. Ibrahim Al Jazi, Dean of the Faculty of Law. The two-day competition includes five sessions of oral arguments in front of a group of experienced judges from Arab states. Dr. Mahasen Al –Jagoub, Coordinator for the Arab Academic Network for Human Rights, Vice Dean of the Faculty of Law, stated that the competition entails simulation of real-life court proceedings. “Students are playing the roles of lawyers, prosecutors, witnesses, accused, and judges” she added. The arguments focused on a hypothetical case based on the International Human Rights Law.
The University of Jordan had participated on Saturday, 27 Dec. 2014 in the first seminar held by the Jordanian Combating Modern Day Slavery and Human Trafficking (JCMST), which took place in cooperation with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the Criminal Investigation Department /Anti-Human Trafficking Unit. The University of Jordan recently entered into an agreement with JCMST, and accordingly Dr. Lina Shabeeb , the head of the public law Department and the director of the Human Trafficking awareness legal clinic , held a session in the conference with a group of students Titled the 2009 law for combating Human Trafficking reality and aspirations , addressing the current laws on Human Trafficking and the need to revise them. The students of the Human Trafficking Awareness legal clinic has recently returned from a trip to Aqaba , which was quite fruitful and was highly appreciated by the high schools where HTALC students give several lectures on human trafficking and human rights in general , including children rights . The Legal clinics started in the school of the law / University of Jordan since 2009 with IRAP in Cooperation with IRAP/Yale in the U.S.; The first awareness lecture in human trafficking was delivered in 2010 by Emad Al-Gora'an, a young lawyer who works for an international NGO and who was a clinical student there. Students from HTALC have been and still are giving awareness lectures on human trafficking since 2010 in several high schools in different Governorates in Jordan .
       Commander Staff Colonel Shaikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al-Khalifa has received Jordanian University College of Law Dean Dr. Ibrahim Mashour Al-Jazi and discussed academic cooperation and exchanging expertise. Dr. Al-Jazi underlined the crucial role of the academy in providing an outstanding academic and training environment, hailing its efforts to form modern security cadres.
      The Centre for women's studies and the Faculty of law at the University of Jordan in cooperation with the" women's network to support women" held a symposium entitled "The European Council Convention for the prevention of violence against women and domestic violence Istanbul 2011." The Symposium was organized by the Director of the center for women Studies, Dr. Abeer Dababneh for the purposes of raising the awareness of the students on the Istanbul Convention on combating and preventing violence against women and girls, domestic violence, and entered into force in August 2014 after France's accession to it. The main two lecturers in the symposium were Dr. Mahasem Al-Jagoub/The Deputy dean of the faculty of law and Nuha Al-Mahareez from the women's network. The topics addressed by the lecturers covered the definition and objectives of the Convention aimed at protecting women from all forms of violence against women, and the mechanism of prevention and ways to eliminate them, and the actions taken to ensure that there is no impunity for perpetrators of crimes of violence against women.
    Dean Ibrahim Aljazy, Dr.Suhail Hadadin, Dean of Bussniess Dr.Zubi Zubi and Dr.Taleb Awad took an active part in the discussion of the draft law of electronic transactions at the legal commttiee, which took place on Sunday the 25th of January at the House of Representatives.
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