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College of Law and political science

About Us:

    Founded in 1998, College of Law was a part of Mosul University at the beginning of its establishment. In 2003, Kirkuk University was established where the College of Law became one of the first academic departments of the University. Since that time, College of Law has significantly contributed in the elaboration of eligible legal cadres to take the responsibility of high positions in different places of governmental institutions and providing the community with professional solicitors and barristers. The College of Law also seeks to disseminate the legal knowledge and emphasize the importance of law supremacy over all community members.

There are (117) persons working currently at the College as academic and administrative staff on permeant basis; this include (39) Ph.D. holders, (38) Master degree holders and (40) employees ranged between technical and administrative staff. New postgraduate studies; (LLM in Public Law) were launched in 2011-2012, and (Ph.D. in Public Law) in 2016. (LLM) Degree in (Private Law) and (International Politics) will be also launched for the Academic Year 2018/2019.

 

Our Prospects:

 

  1. Introducing of Ph.D. Degree in Private Law.
  2. Introducing of Ph.D. Degree in Politics.
  3. Introducing of Ph.D. Degree in Human Rights.
  4. Introducing of Public Law and Private Law branches.

 

Our Mission:

 

We work very hard in order to provide the proper scientific and cultural atmosphere for our students which enable them to be very well-educated, both theoretically and practically. We are very keen also to provide the community with our scientific and consultative services that satisfy the current and prospective needs of the community from different aspects; including:

 

  1. Elaboration of eligible legal cadres to take the responsibility of high positions in different places of governmental institutions and providing the community with professional solicitors and barristers.
  2. Elaboration of very well- educated cadres by the notion of Democracy, Liberty and Human Rights.
  3. Arranging seminars and workshops that aim to enhance the legal and political awareness of the Academic and Administrative staff of the University to the valid regulations of the Higher Education in Iraq.
  4. Holding training programs in different topics in Law and Politics for the employees of different governmental institutions.
  5. Hosting scientific conferences in Law and Politics that seek to strengthen the academic knowledge and the interaction between the national and international academic expertise in Law in Politics.

 

Our Objectives:

 

The aim of College of Law and Political Science is the contribution to the building up of the legal knowledge either by providing the advisory services about the valid laws and regulations or the dissemination of legal culture and awareness through conferences, workshops and training programs.  

The College also seeks to enlighten the international researchers and specialists in law to the Iraqi legal system through publishing journal articles, books, and dissertations and theses written by our postgraduate students in the discipline of Comparative Law.

From other hand, our aim is not only limited to the notional and scientific building of our students’ knowledge in Law, but also we are very keen to develop the spiritual and moral aspects of our students by implanting the true meaning of the citizenship, loyalty in work and the innovation in liberality. Because we believe that both community and State cannot be developed without the cooperation between its people.

 

Table (1) A List of Academic Staff

 

No.

Name

Academic Title

Speciality

1.

Dr. Fikrat Refeeq Shafeeq

Professor

Islamic Meditation

2.

Dr. Ahmed Khorsheed Hameedy

Professor

Administrative Law

3.

Dr. Omer Najim Al-Deen Inja

Professor

Sharia Law

4.

Dr. Talat Chiyad Lujay

Professor

Public International Law

5.

Dr. Adnan Qadir Zangana

Asst. Professor

Constitutional Law

6.

Dr. Amir Ashoor Abdullah

Professor

Civil Law

7.

Dr. Furat Rustim Ameed

Asst. Professor

Civil Procedure Law

8.

Dr. Yassir Mohammed Abdulla

Asst. Professor

Criminal Law

9.

Dr. Nawzad Ahmed Yassen

Asst. Professor

Criminal Law

10.

Dr. Salwa Ahmed Maydan

Asst. Professor

Public International Law

11.

Dr. Majid Najim Idan

Professor

Constitutional Law

12.

Dr. Fawzi Hussein Salaman

Professor

Constitutional Law

13.

Dr. Qahtan Adnan Ahmed

Professor

International Politics

14.

Dr. Riyadh Ahmed Khalaf

Senior Lecturer

Public International Law

15.

Dr. Saddam Mireer Hamad

Senior Lecturer

International Politics

16.

Dr. Nuria Mohammed Khallaf

Asst. Professor

Prophetic Hadith

 

17.

Dr. Azhar Abdulla Hassan

Asst. Professor

International Politics

18.

Dr. Obaid Abdulla Abid

Asst. Professor

Comparative Jurisprudence

19.

Dr. Salah Hassan Ahmed

Asst. Professor

Criminology

20.

Dr. Hala Salah Yaseen

Asst. Professor

Civil Law

21.

Dr. Sami Hassan Najim

Asst. Professor

Administrative Law

22.

Dr. Ahmed Samir Mohammed

Asst. Professor

Civil Procedure Law

23.

Dr. Mohammed Ali Humood

Asst. Professor

International Politics

24.

Dr. Ayad Abdul-Kareem Majeed

Asst. Professor

International Relations

25.

Safaa Hussein Ali

Asst. Professor

International Politics

26.

Amal Wahab Abdulla

Asst. Professor

Political Regimes

27.

Muhanned Bunian Salih

Asst. Professor

Civil Law

28.

Abdul-Sattar Hamad Injad

Asst. Professor

Procurement Law

29.

Dr. Mahmood Fakhraldeen Othman

Senior Lecturer

Civil Procedure Law

30.

Dr. Hayfa’a Rasheed Hassan

Senior Lecturer

Political Meditation

31.

Hallo Mohammed Salih

Senior Lecturer

Private International Law

32.

Ziyad Khalaf Alaiwy

Asst. Professor

Civil Law

33.

Kannan Mohammed Mahmood

Senior Lecturer

Administrative Law

34.

Ahmed Hassan Wasmi

Senior Lecturer

Commercial Law

35.

Dr. Hashim Hussein Ali

Senior Lecturer

Constitutional Law

36.

Dr. Murad Saib Mahmood

Senior Lecturer

Private International Law

37.

Qusay Mahmood Khalaf

Senior Lecturer

Language & Logic

38.

Raid Ahmed Khaleel

Senior Lecturer

Commercial Law

39.

Mohammed Mustafa Qadir

Senior Lecturer

International Relations

40.

Rabah Sulayman Khaleefa

Senior Lecturer

Criminal Law

41.

Muhanned Hamad Ahmed

Senior Lecturer

Civil Law

42.

Ibrahim Shakir Mahmood

Senior Lecturer

Criminal Law

43.

Zana Ismaeel Aziz

Senior Lecturer

Private International Law

44.

Dr. Sadoon Haseeb Aref

Senior Lecturer

Public International Law

45.

Safaa Shukur Abbas

Senior Lecturer

Civil Law

46.

Kashaw Maroof Sayda

Lecturer

Civil Law

47.

Ahmed Omran Jassim

Lecturer

Syntax (English Language)

48.

Khaleel Ibrahim Hassan

Lecturer

Criminal Law

49.

Ahmed Mohammed Siddiq

Lecturer

Civil Law

50.

Hussein Talal Mal-Allah

Lecturer

Administrative Law

51.

Ali Almaz Ghaib

Lecturer

Constitutional Law

52.

Salah Rafeeq Mohammed

Lecturer

Employment Law

53.

Mariam Mohammed Ahmed

Lecturer

Administrative Law

54.

Ahmed Ali Mohammed

Lecturer

Employment Law

55.

Najwa Najim Al-Deen Jamal

Lecturer

Criminal Law

56.

Dhia’a Abbas Ali

Lecturer

Administrative Law

57.

Rae’eda Yassen Khidhir

Lecturer

Administrative Law

58.

Rua’a Ibrahim Khalid

Lecturer

Public International Law

59.

Kareem Zidan Khalaf

Lecturer

Constitutional Law

60.

Faryad Shukur Hussein

Lecturer

Commercial Law

61.

Shaheen Ahmed Abbas

Lecturer

Criminal Law

62.

Intissar Faisal Khalaf

Lecturer

Constitutional Law

63.

Zainab Mahmood Hussein

     Lecturer

Criminal Law

64.

Marwan Hussein Ahmed

Lecturer

Criminal Law

65.

Mohammed Shakir Mahmood

Lecturer

Civil Law

66.

Israa Abdul-Hadi Mohammed

Lecturer

Commercial Law

Table (2) Academic Research Schedule

Publishing site (Link)

Date of publication

Research Title

Researcher Name

N

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=125235

1 /2/ 2017

 

Social defense against crime between Sharia Islamic and positive law (Comparative study)

 

Salah .H. Ahmad

 

1

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=125223

1 /2/ 2017

The reality of the peaceful transfer of power in the Iraqi constitutions

 

Fawzy.H.Aljubory

&

Karem. Z. Aljubory

 

2

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=125226

1 /2/ 2017

Obstacles to the achievement of international criminal justice Before the International Criminal Court

 

yasir. M. Abdalla

 

3

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=125227

1 /2/ 2017

Defect grabs of the executive authority jurisdiction of the legislature in affairs of taxes in Iraq

 

Saad.A.Almousa

&

Raaed.N.Aljuomaly

 

4

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=128107

1 /5/ 2017

The role of the civil judge in the reconciliation and its legal effects Juristic and practical study

 

Ahmad.S. Mohammad.Aljbory

&

Emad.Kh.Aldaham

 

5

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=128109

1 /5/ 2017

Civil responsibility for research and non-therapeutic medical experiments on the human body A comparative study

 

Zyad.K.Alewiy

 

6

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=128019

1 /5/ 2017

Protection of women from trafficking at the international and national levels (Research)

Nozad.A.Alshwany

&

Salwa.A.Maydan

7

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=128021

1 /5/ 2017

The role of the national and international public prosecutor in crimes

yasir.M.Abd alla

&

Parez.F.Youns

8

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=128091

1 /5/ 2017

Substantive Pleas in the Contractual Liability Claim Arising Out Administrative Contract “Comparative Study”

Maream.M.Ahmad

9

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=128093

1 /5/ 2017

The crime of theft via electronic means (A comparative study)

Njwa.N.Jamal

10

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=130878

1 /8/ 2017

Provisions covered by accelerated access

Safaa.SH.Abaas

&

Aeuot.A.Ali

11

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=130879

1 /8/ 2017

Misleading commercials from the perspective of civil law

Qusay.S.Halal

12

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=131132

1 /8/ 2017

Japanese strategy towards Africa (Opportunities and challenges)

Ayad.A.Majead

13

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=130722

1 /8/ 2017

International standards for elections

Fawzy.H.Aljubory

&

Parez.F.Youns

14

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=130727

1 /8/ 2017

Provisions of compensation in administrative contracts (Comparative study in Iraqi and Jordanian law)Provisions of compensation in administrative contracts (Comparative study in Iraqi and Jordanian law)

Ahmad.A.Maly

15

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=130745

1 /8/ 2017

Breast milk banks between prohibition and permissibility (A study of jurisprudence in comparison with the Iraqi positive law)

Abead.A.Abd

16

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=130749

1 /8/ 2017

Self-administrative authority competent to impose disciplinary sanctions on students of Iraqi universities and institutes

Husain.T.Malalla.Alazawy

&

Deaa.A.ALbaeity

17

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=136122

1 /11/ 2017

Independence of the judiciary and its guarantees and their impact in strengthening the principle of natural judge (Mstal)

Furat.R.Amen

&

Majed.N.Aedan.Aljboury

&

Antsar.F.Khalf.Aljboruy

18

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=136310

1 /11/ 2017

Evacuation alert in civil law (A comparative study)

Ahmad.S.Yassin

&

Bashar.A.ALjboury

19

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=136314

1 /11/ 2017

Legitimacy of United Nations intervention to bring about the democratic system

Talat.J.Laji

&

Mudhir.K.Jafar

20

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=136315

1 /11/ 2017

Reform of tax administration from a procedural point of view

Saad .A. Almous

&

Ali.H.Abdualla

21

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=136317

1 /11/ 2017

Procedural criminal protection for demonstrators of crimes committed by the men of power (Mestal)

Nozad.A.ALshwany

&

Nora.A.Jamal

22

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=136318

1 /11/ 2017

Relation of Governorate council to the Governor through Iraqi constitution in force-2005 and Governorate law not organized in the Territory No(21)-2008(Amended)

Ahmad.KH.Hamedi

&

Dyaa.A.Ali

23

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=136319

1 /11/ 2017

Mechanisms for activating the legal protection of journalists during armed conflict

Fawzi.H.Salman

&

Salwa.A.Maydan

&

Ruaa.Abrahim.KHalid

24

https://www.iasj.net/iasj?func=fulltext&aId=136321

1 /11/ 2017

The Role of Law No. (17) of 2013 The Fifth Amendment Law of the State Consultative Council Law No. (65) for the year 1979 in the Development of the State Consultative Council

Adnan.K.Zankna

&

Ayoob.M.Saied

25

 

 

 

 

 

 

Academics and staff who have been admitted to graduate studies

N

Name

Type of study

Country

1

Hussein Talal Mal-Allah

Ph.D. doctorate degree

Iraq

2

Kareem Zidan Khalaf

Ph.D. doctorate degree

Iraq

3

Najwa Najim Al-Deen Jamal

Ph.D. doctorate degree

Iraq

4

Mariam Mohammed Ahmed

Ph.D. doctorate degree

Iraq

5

Sara Adnan Salah

M.A. master degree

Iraq

6

Zaydoon Khalaf Mahmood

M.A. master degree

Russia

 

Table (3) Students Preparation Schedule for the academic year 2017/2016

Bachelor's degree

department

Males

Female

Evening Study

department

Males

Female

First

Law

273

194

First

Law

52

2

Second

Law

261

166

Second

Law

600

101

Third

Law

155

104

Third

Law

76

554

fourth

Law

130

95

fourth

Law

112

610

total summation

819

559

total summation

840

1267

 

Bachelor's degree

department

Males

Female

Evening Study

department

Males

Female

First

Political science

142

45

First

Political science

-

-

Second

Political science

111

55

Second

Political science

36

6

Third

Political science

133

100

Third

Political science

56

26

fourth

Political science

233

117

fourth

Political science

62

14

total summation

619

317

total summation

154

46

 

 Table (4) of Graduate Studies Students

Graduate Studies

Stage

Department

Males

Female

Law

Ph.D. doctorate degree

Public Law

12

6

Law

M.A. master degree

Public Law

13

5

total summation

25

11

 

Table (5) The number of graduates of all academic years since the establishment of the college

Academic year

Bachelor's degree

department

Total

Evening Study

department

Total

Males

Female

Males

Female

2017-2016

Law

Law

103

49

Law

Law

271

257

total summation

152

total summation

528

2016-2015

Law

Law

120

116

Law

Law

371

92

total summation

236

total summation

463

2015-2014

Law

Law

97

102

Law

Law

70

9

total summation

199

total summation

79

2014-2013

Law

Law

121

156

Law

Law

64

6

total summation

277

total summation

70

2013-2012

Law

Law

144

110

Law

Law

1

0

total summation

254

total summation

1

2012-2011

Law

Law

134

125

Law

Law

3

0

total summation

259

total summation

3

2011-2010

Law

Law

121

117

Law

Law

6

0

total summation

238

total summation

6

2010-2009

Law

Law

87

154

Law

Law

10

1

total summation

241

total summation

11

2009-2008

Law

Law

63

93

Law

Law

36

178

total summation

156

total summation

214

2008-2007

Law

Law

54

77

Law

Law

203

86

total summation

131

total summation

289

2007-2006

Law

Law

70

109

Law

Law

123

45

total summation

179

total summation

168

2006-2005

Law

Law

61

71

Law

Law

163

73

total summation

132

total summation

236

2005-2004

Law

Law

34

118

Law

Law

139

53

total summation

152

total summation

192

2004-2003

Law

Law

75

50

Law

Law

157

47

total summation

125

total summation

204

2003-2002

Law

Law

94

67

Law

Law

135

58

total summation

161

total summation

193

2002-2001

Law

Law

61

51

Law

Law

19

24

total summation

111

total summation

43

2017-2016

Political science

Political science

22

18

Political science

Political science

23

8

total summation

40

total summation

31

2016-2015

Political science

Political science

42

24

Political science

Political science

60

31

total summation

66

total summation

91

 

 Number of Graduates Postgraduate students for all academic years since the establishment of the college

Graduate Studies

Stage

Department

Males

Female

Law

M.A. master degree

Public Law

32

26

total summation

58

 

- The door of the ancient fortress of Kirkuk inscribed with the Holy verse) and tell my Lord Zdni note (bold font Diwani).
- The oil tower symbolizes the extraction of natural wealth (oil) from the ground, which is characterized by the province of Kirkuk.
- The sun signifies the light of science in the city of black gold. - An open and engraved book under the title of the University of Kirkuk, in Arabic and English, the book symbolizes science.
- The university is one of the formations of the Ministry of Higher Education, Scientific Research and History, which symbolizes the foundation year of the university in 2003 AD (1424 AH).

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