Department of Law & International Relations
The skills graduate of law and international relations gain are transferable to many different roles beyond qualifying as a solicitor, lawyer, barrister or international relations officer.
Department of law and international relations dedicated to advancing human dignity, social welfare and justice through equipping its graduates with knowledge and rules of law and international relations.
To teach and educate students who will be leaders of the future to contribute to the advancement of justice and the well-being of society and enhance the international relations between Kurdistan-Iraq and the rest of the world.
Graduates of law and international department should be able:
- To understand Kurdistan-Iraqi system and lawyer’s principal roles in that system.
- To read, understand and use cases to constract legal arguments.
- To read, understand and use statutes and other entacted rules to solve legal problems or constract legal arguments.
- To understand the principles rule of the international relations and how they can be enhanced for mutual or bilateral interests.
- To predict the probable judicial resolution of simulated legal disputes.
- To conduct basic legal and international relations research.
- To recognize excellent writing in and about law and international relations, and to learn techniques for improving one’s own writing.
- To learn techniques for time-management, self-reflection and collaboration, which are necessary for successful acadimic study and professional practice.
- To learn techiques of persuasive written advocacy.
- To provide a suitable environment for the launch of creativity in various legal and international skills.
- To contribute to the dissemination and development of legal culture in the university community, and the protection of human rights.
- Improve the work of legal and international relations professionalism and emphasis on the role of national competencies qualified for this role.
- To overcome the obstacles that stands in their way and gives them the opportunity to achieve the highest quality of service delivery.
The skills graduate of law and international relations gain are transferable to many different roles beyond qualifying as a solicitor, lawyer, barrister or international relations officer. As such recruiters in a range of industries, government and institutions and organizations are keen to attract law and international relations graduates.
The followings are examples of job descriptions / titles for them:
Policy analyst for government agency or public office, legislative aid officer, joining intelligence, security or diplomacy department, defense search analyst, international program specialist, international trade director, charted/company secretary, civil service administrator, officer in the house of parliament, tax consultant, legal publisher, investment banker, insurance consultant, compliance officer, customs officer, legal clerk, local government administrator, police officer, probation officer, trading standards officer, advocator, marketing manager, journalist, risk analyst, political affairs officer.
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