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In pursuit of a vision to embed the rule of law in Qatar’s development, Decree No. 4 was issued in 1993 to establish an academic department of legal education. Legal studies was originally part of the College of Sharia and Islamic Studies. As the country’s development gathered momentum, the need for expansion in legal education became inevitable, hence the establishment of an autonomous College of Law in 2006...continue reading

Dr. Mohamed Abdulaziz Al-KhulaifiDean of the College of Law

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