The study will include aspects of Environmental Law, generally with regard to management, coordination, institutional structure, compliance and enforcement considerations. Types of Environmental Legal, administrative, civil protection strategies will also be considered.
Internationally, legal environmental instrunments and conventions such as Rio Earth Summit in 1992, UN Framework on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Kyoto Protocol and Paris Climate Conference COP21 (2015), also fall within our interest scope.
The course explains the legal relationship between the individuals or the private sector and the administration. It also considers the legal roles and responsibilities of public institutions in providing public services. Centralization and decentralization, and public finance issues will also be covered. The course also discusses the means of solving disputes between individuals/private sector entities and the administration.
The course includes the study of the judicial system, family law and contracts at time of the Romans, Bomans, Babilons, Egyptians, Jews and Arabs before Islam. The course also examines the need for Islamic legislation, the development of Islamic jurisprudence and its schools. It includes a comparative study of Islamic jurisprudence and positive Law.
The course is divided into two parts, the General theory of Law , and introductory course dealing with the definition of legal norms and their characteristics. It also deals with the sources of Law , its different kinds and its implementations, both in terms of time and in terms of place. The theory of right is the second part of this course. It deals with the definition, the elements, and the sources of right. It also treats the subject and the parties of the right. The course contents comparative study with the Islamic Jurisprudence.
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