08 March 2023
Al-Ahliyya Amman Law School team wins third place in the Arab Trials Competition in Kuwait
The team of the Faculty of Law at Al-Ahliyya Amman University shone in the Arab moot trials competition in Kuwait and was able to win third place among the 26 participating Arab universities from 14 Arab countries.
The team also won first place in "the defendant's brief".
This achievement came thanks to the efforts of the team and its supervisor, and thanks to the guidance of the Vice President of the University / Dean of the Faculty of Law / Prof. Dr. Musleh Al-Tarawneh and his belief in the capabilities of this team, in addition to the solidarity of all faculty members that provided practical group work to the team.
The continuous support provided by the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Dr. Maher Al-Hourani, and the President of the University, Prof. Dr. Sari Hamdan, also played a major role in the team's progress and in reaching this distinguished rank in the Arab world after it had won with excellence at the local level.
The team that participated in the competition at the Kuwait International University consisted of:
Dr. Saddam Al-Awaisha / Supervisor
Student Amin Jamal Al-Omari
Student Mohammed Bilal Alsalamin
Student Malak Mohammed Obeidat
Student Rana Yousef Bashir Abu Man.
Furthermore, the team was qualified for the semi-finals which consisted of four teams:
• Al-Ahliyya Amman University team representing the university and representing the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
• Alexandria University Team
• Kuwait International Law School Team
• Cadi Ayyad University team from Morocco