Phoenicia University undertakes a commitment to build a professional college that serves the legal professions in Lebanon and the Middle East, and builds the bridges between the Legal World and the World of Knowledge.
The College of Law can light a candle and make a contribution to improve the quality of legal education. The college would train women and men to be committed citizens, by placing an emphasis on the human values, mainly human rights, justice, freedom and the common good, drawn from the teachings of the monotheist religions, ethics, the best of our legal traditions and history. This is a responsibility of the University. The college curriculum abides by the Lebanese Government Decree 2642 issued in 1965, according to which law students are required to take a specific number of courses. At the same time the course offerings reflect the college’s commitment to respond to the needs of society, and to shed enough light on certain current legal issues.
I would like to take this opportunity to invite you to consider joining the Law College at Phoenicia University as it opens several doors and opportunities.
Salim El Daher, Ph.D.