Practical Training Courses
In line with the School’s Mission, to provide the society with qualified graduates, distinguished in law fields, pursuant to the highest academic and professional levels. This is embodied through the value of abiding with legal rules in practice, and based on the importance of practical training in providing graduates with the skills and professional characteristics necessary to practice in a professional and distinguished manner, and out of the desire of the School to assist them in completing the process of building the student’s abilities to adapt to the future demands of the profession, KILAW is committed to providing students with a stimulating educational environment. Applied practical training skills are delivered by training workshops, such as the Moot court, student parliament, and legal clinic, delivered by an elite group of teaching staff including experienced professors in the field of teaching different branches of law.
The School is determined to achieve this goal by combining courses studied by the student within the required courses in the graduation major sheet with relevant training activities, taking into account the individual differences of the learners, and allow them multiple areas of training commensurate with their interests and personal preferences, according to the following details: