Dr.Tariq Alawneh

Assistant Professor-Commercial Law

Kuwait International Law School

Commercial Law

Room number: TBA

Extension: 328

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The University of Huddersfield 

Degree Name: Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) 

Field Of Study: Commercial and Maritime Law 

Dates attended or expected graduation2010 – 2015 


The University of Huddersfield 

Degree Name: Master of Laws (LLM) 

Field Of Study: Commercial Law 

Dates attended or expected graduation2009 – 2010 




Jami’at Al-Yarmouk 

Degree Name: Bachelor of Laws (LLB) 

Field Of Study: Law 

Dates attended or expected graduation1999 – 2005 

Tariq Alawneh is Assistant Professor at Kuwait International Law School KILAW and the course leader of Electronic Commercial Law. His arias of expertise include Commercial Law (including International Sale of Goods CISG), Maritime Law, Contract Law, Electronic Commercial Law, Arbitration and Private International Law. He completed (August 2015) a PhD in Commercial Law from the Law School at the University of Huddersfield. He also obtained his LLM in Commercial Law at the University of Huddersfield in September 2010. Tariq worked as a lawyer for four years in Jordan after completing his LLB from Yarmouk University and qualifying as a member of the Jordanian Bar Association. His main areas of research are international carriage of goods by sea, International commercial law, contract law including electronic contracts, carriers and shipper’s liabilities in carriage of goods by sea, arbitration, marine insurance, international sale of goods and Islamic commercial law.

  • Commercial Law
  • Electronic Commercial Law
  • Maritime Law
  • Arbitration Law
  • Introduction to Legal Systems
  • The Law of International Trade
  • Coach in Willem C Vis International Arbitration Moot Competition – teaching the following topics: (Arbitration – UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules, UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration and Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards “New York Convention”) & (CISG United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods)