Faculty of Law at Queen Arwa University aims to provide a scientific message with a legal, social and human content that transcends the individual and society to the elite of nations. To achieve this goal, the college has adopted a sophisticated mechanism locally and internationally to modernize its educational program and select the legal materials and their cumulative gradation between the academic years to enable students to have integrated knowledge in building legal thought and to balance the academic requirements and the realistic needs of the labor market.
There is no doubt that Faculty of Law at Queen Arwa University was one of the pioneers of the private colleges in Yemen and the leader between the universities in providing distinguished tributaries of law and researchers through the continuous work on developing their abilities and drawing future strategies and policies and selecting specialized faculty members with professional competencies in raising the quality of higher education graduates in the field of law and rights in general.
In the first academic year 1996-1995, 19 students were registered and the number of students increased and the college’s responsibility towards community service increased within the circumstances of the private education at the beginning. The college has started to develop its educational curriculum and improve its performance in more than a decade and a half by adopting a scientific legal methodology based on combining the theoretical and practical aspects. The postgraduate program for obtaining a master's degree in law has been also developed at its public and private branches. The college is currently seeking to open the Faculty of Open Education to the Faculty of Law to allow a large proportion of students who are unable to attend regularly to obtain the bachelor degree in law, as well as continue to benefit from the agreements and memoranda of understanding and cooperation with public and private bodies in order to achieve multiple opportunities for students for training and knowledge of mechanisms of the labor market. The college is keen to organize training courses for its students. It also seeks serious steps towards activating a center for legal research, providing legal advice, encouraging faculty members to research and publish legal articles in the university magazine and other magazines.
Faculty of Law will remain at the forefront of science and openness to its scientific and social environment to enhance its position in the service of society.
Dr. Adel Abd A’aRahim Mohsen