AUE signs agreement with Emirates International Law Training Centre
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, February 17 - 2013 at 16:05
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AUE in a huge gathering of eminent people signed an affiliation agreement with an extremely prominent law training center - Emirates International Law Training Centre having its presence not only in the UAE but also in the region.
Prof. Dr. Muthanna Abdul Razzaq the President of AUE, said, "This agreement is a mutual and fruitful cooperation in the field of Education and legal training and will help in endorsing all the legal programmes and all future seminars, conferences and workshops at AUE and EILC in this area."
"This affiliation will help both esteemed institutions in not only enhancing the students' knowledge and skills in understanding of law and legal practice, but also in developing professional diploma courses in Law to help the law graduates fully equipped with necessary skills in this area," He added.
The General Manager and Founder of the Emirates International Law Centre Dr. Ibrahim Hassan Al Mulla said, "Our centre is a Law Training Center that is specialized in law, legal services and research provided to individuals, companies, authorities governments and on special matters which do not have any relevance to the attorney profession, such including international laws and agreement, as well as the legal matters relating to the World Trade Organization."
"We are proud to cooperate with AUE in supporting their law programme, as we are focusing on spreading the knowledge of the international law in the region and enhancing the tools of success in this area," he added.
Prof. Nabeel Jurdi, the Vice- Chancellor of Academic Affairs at AUE conveyed his sincere thanks to Dr. Ibrahim Hassan Al Mulla, a prominent figure in this area for his kind presence and his vision in supporting the economic development of the region by creating and inspiring the legal experts and legislators.
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