Department of Law Enhances Learning Through Court Visit
  • 27-11-2023

Department of Law Enhances Learning Through Court Visit

In a bid to enrich the academic experience of its students, the Department of Law at Knowledge University, under the guidance of M.Halala Sulaiman Rahman, organized a field trip for fourth-stage students to the Erbil Court. The focus of the visit was on the practical application of "Law Principles of Criminal Trial." During the insightful excursion, students had the opportunity to witness firsthand the intricacies of the criminal trial process. Observing court proceedings provided them with a real-world perspective on legal practices, offering a tangible connection to the theoretical concepts taught in the classroom.

M.Halala Sulaiman Rahman expressed the importance of such experiential learning, stating, "Bringing students to the courtroom allows them to bridge the gap between theory and practice. It enhances their understanding of legal principles and cultivates a deeper appreciation for the complexities of the judicial system." The Erbil Court visit not only exposed students to the dynamics of criminal trials but also fostered a greater sense of responsibility and commitment to the legal profession. It served as a platform for students to engage with legal professionals, ask questions, and gain insights that will undoubtedly contribute to their academic and professional development.

The initiative was met with enthusiasm by the students, who found the experience both educational and inspiring. Many expressed how witnessing live court proceedings added a layer of authenticity to their understanding of criminal law. As Knowledge University continues to prioritize practical learning experiences, such initiatives are expected to play a crucial role in shaping the next generation of legal professionals. The Department of Law remains committed to providing students with opportunities that go beyond textbooks, ensuring a well-rounded education that prepares them for the challenges of the legal field.

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