International Legal Studies
- University Requirements: 20 Cr.Hrs.
- Field Requirements: 114 Cr.Hrs
Total: 134 Cr.Hrs.
The Faculty of International Legal Studies offers one undergraduate program and a number of outstanding postgraduate programs, covering a number of interdisciplinary studies such as law and technology, sports law, health law, etc.
Upon successful completion of study, students should be able:
- To acquire knowledge and understanding of the basic concepts and rules of Egyptian law and comparative law, especially the Anglo- American and European legal systems;
- To acquire knowledge and understanding of the role of international organizations and conventions and their impact on positive laws;
- To acquire knowledge and understanding of the basic principles, theories and modern legal trends in the various branches of law;
- To acquire the intellectual skills related to linking the new laws with the legislative and jurisprudential trends of the Arab, Latin and Anglo-American legal schools;
- To acquire professional skills in devising various legislative and judicial solutions;
- To acquire the general skills that have to do with applying legal rules to facts in an academically proper manner;
- To analyze the legal issues/cases in depth;
- To interpret the legal texts according to the accredited rules of interpretation;
- To complete academic researches according to the legal research methods;
- To professionally use the different sources of knowledge, in both Arabic and English;
- To formulate memoranda, statements of claim and judicial resolutions in correct English and Arabic;
- To professionally use information technology in the completion of various work;
- To present ideas in a professional manner and explain issues in English and Arabic;
- To work in a team smoothly and effectively.
- To be proficient in public speaking using English and Arabic legal language confidently, objectively.
- To anticipate future developments in the field of law, and adapt to these developments.
– Different judicial bodies
– The law firms
– The diplomatic and consular corps
–Legal departments in various ministries, agencies and companies
– International and regional organizations
– Civil society institutions