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The College of Law at Kingdom University has achieved a new achievement, as it qualifies for the final in the competition of the criminal law moot court. The competition was held by the Association of Arab Law Colleges in cooperation with the United Arab Emirates University.

32 universities from various Arab universities competed in this competition, 8 of which qualified for the final stage, including the College of Law at Kingdom University, being the only university participating from the Kingdom of Bahrain in the competition.

The team of the College of Law at Kingdom University included the membership of a group of creative students who were able to prove themselves and qualify for the final stage, namely: Waheeb Nabil Al-Musaifer, Maryam Nabil Al-Musaifer, Sarah Baqir Al-Wadaei and Bushra Abdul Reda Mashhadi. The team was trained and supervised by Dr. Abdul Basit Al-Hakimi, Head of the Public Law Department at the College of Law.

Prof. Hassan bin Rafdan Al-Hajhoj, President of Kingdom University, stated that this is an achievement for the entire Kingdom of Bahrain, and confirms the excellence of the higher education system in the Kingdom of Bahrain.

He praised the college leadership represented by the Dean, Prof. Dr. Omar Al-Hadithi, the performance of the participating team and their coach, and their tireless efforts during the various stages of the competition. He expressed his pride in this great achievement and the university’s keenness to support and encourage students to participate in various local, Arab and international competitions.

It is worth mentioning that this competition aims to enhance students’ skills in legal research, analysis and critical thinking, develop their skills in persuasion and advocacy, deepen their understanding of criminal law and its procedures, and enhance cooperation and communication between law students from various Arab universities.

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