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Issue 19 2018-01-14T14:43:58+00:00

Renewal And Development of Academic Legal Research

By: Prof. Badria A. Al-Awadi

Arabic and global legal spaces are crowded with many of raised issues and topics, represented in the faculties of law, courts, lawyers associations, judges, paralegals and others, which deserves to be highlighted in this corner of the journal, however we have chosen to devote it to this issue, Which coincides with the beginning of the new academic year, to discuss the requirements to renew and develop the legal academic research, given the importance of this sector and its strategic role in the development process and renaissance within societies, so as to assist in providing solutions and effective legal diligences to the problems faced by Political , constitutional institutions , Executive and administrative authorities in the public and private sectors, which would contribute towards cooperation and stability and providing an integrated environment for development in human societies. There is no doubt that reality and the role of academic research in Western societies is a successful evidence of what we have referred to in this introduction, and is a catalyst and an example that can be used for the pioneers and officials of legal academic research in the Arab world and developing countries to seek to renew and develop the system of this type of research to take the place it deserves and the role entrusted to it .            Read Full Text


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