The program’s mission is to develop the legal education in Palestine and provide it with unique scientific research leading to the preparation of a legal staff conversant scientifically and practically, and equipped with the skills and values needed to practice legal actions and expertise legal methodology which contributes in raising the level of various legal professions which offers services to the Palestinian community, as well as developing and strengthen relationships with justice institutions and law faculties in Palestine and abroad, beside preparing students to pursue their graduate studies.

  • Develop legal education including interactive teaching techniques, working in groups, developing student’s critical analysis skills aiming to create a generation of creative graduates with creative abilities who are able to innovate, compete, and have the ability and power to contribute in the attainment of the development objectives for Palestine.
  • Enhance scientific research skills through writing legal researches according to the proper legal methodology.
  • Qualify students with the minimum legal skills in order to have qualified students to practice the law and legal consulting. Also equipping them with creative skills such as creative thinking, analyzing, criticizing and elicitation.
  • Build student’s personalities in a way that enables them to compete, have the ability and power to contribute in finding creative solutions to important problems in the Palestinian society, and achieve development objectives.
  • Contribution in raising the development level through legal consciousness development locally, regionally and internationally.
  • Sufficient knowledge of the legislative policies and proper legal wording in order to contribute in setting and developing the Palestinian legislations in order to keep up with all periods of development.
  • Sufficient knowledge of analyzing and commenting on judicial decisions
  • Having legal skills to face problems with legal solutions.
  • Sufficient capacity to study the prevailing legal systems and modern legislative developments.
  • The ability to formulate legal pleadings, contracts and legal consultation.
  • Having scientific research skills in order to prepare the students to pursue their graduate studies and to buildup their spirit of learning.
  • High efficiency in personal and institutional performance.
  • Having the spirit of leadership, innovation and creativity in legal fields.
  • Equip students with creative skills such as critical thinking, analyzing, criticizing and Elicitation.
  • Graduates who have integrity and desire to achieve justice while having legal missions.
  • Graduates who have creativity and excellence in various areas.
  • Lawyer or legal advisor for governmental departments or private institutions such as banks, companies, non-governmental organizations and international organizations.
  • Prosecutors, judges in courts or public servants in ministries and governmental institutions.
  • Engage within civil society institution.
  • Legal researchers and academics in public and private education institutions.
  1. Concentrations: 15 Credit Hours:

Credit hours

Course No.

Course Title


Group one:

12 credit hours from Focus the public prosecution and maintain order


Forensic Medicine-Based Evidence and Criminal Laboratories



Criminal Trial Skills



Interrogation and Examination Skills



Legislative Drafting

fourth year standing


Legal Examination of Human Rights

(JURI130 or CULS230), 4th year standing


Criminology and Penology

fourth year standing


Philosophy of Law

JURI130, fourth year standing.

Froup two:

12 credit hours from Lawyer's Focus


Mock Trials



Lawyering Skills

Fourth year standing


Legal Counselling

Fourth year standing


Legislative Drafting

Fourth year standing


Insurance Law

Fourth year standing


Land Law



Alternative Conflict Resolution Mechanisms


Acceptance to the Faculty programs are based on student's achievement in high school according to the announced rate at the time.

Academic plan for the program consists of 142 credit hours, distributed as follows:


Credit Hours

University Requirements


Faculty Requirements


Major Requirements


Elective Courses