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  • Islamic Law
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Law - Islamic Law

Introduction

Islamic Law is a course that aims to produce professional lawyers who are proficient in Islamic law. Students not only have to learn about general legal knowledge, but also learn to possess legal knowledge on Islamic laws and theories. Students will be exposed to various fields, such as Islamic banks, Takaful, Halal food and etc. Also, students will study on how to deal with various legal issues derived and to provide Muslims with professional legal advice.

 

Study Subjects

  • Introduction to Islamic Law
  • Islamic Law and Society
  • Islamic Research
  • Islamic Family Law
  • Islamic Criminal Law
  • Islamic Business Law
  • Islamic Civil Procedure Law
  • Islamic Economic Law
  • Islamic Obligation Law
  • Islamic Legal Affairs Procedures
  • Islamic International Relations
  • Islamic Political Institutions
  • Islamic Political Views
  • Malaysia Administration and Enforcement of Islamic Law

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can serve in the Malaysian Department of Islamic Development (JAKIM), State Department of Islamic Development, Islamic banks, Takaful companies, enterprises, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), legislative bodies, Islamic law enforcement agencies, Islamic judicial organization, Islamic arbitration centres and professional Islamic legal practitioners (such as Islamic lawyers, Islamic legal advisors)

Law - Law

Introduction

Law is a course to train professional lawyers. In this course, students not only study about the existing laws and legal cases, but also explore legal-related knowledge, such as legal awareness, the definition of legal and illegal acts, the history and function of the laws and the relationship between laws and society. Students will be inculcated with the ability of providing professional legal advice, preparing and processing legal documents for clients and representing clients in court.

 

Study Subjects

  • Constitutional Law
  • Malaysia Legal System
  • Family Law
  • Company Law
  • Business Law
  • Public International Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Civil Procedure
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Labor Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Law of Tort
  • Child Acts
  • Law of Evidence
  • Professional Practice

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates must pass a legal certification exam before they can become a practising lawyers. Practicing lawyers may serve as professional legal practitioners (such as lawyers or legal advisors) in government agencies, enterprises, companies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), legislative bodies, law enforcement agencies, judicial organizations and arbitration centres.

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  • Islamic Law
  • Law

Law - Islamic Law

Introduction

Islamic Law is a course that aims to produce professional lawyers who are proficient in Islamic law. Students not only have to learn about general legal knowledge, but also learn to possess legal knowledge on Islamic laws and theories. Students will be exposed to various fields, such as Islamic banks, Takaful, Halal food and etc. Also, students will study on how to deal with various legal issues derived and to provide Muslims with professional legal advice.

 

Study Subjects

  • Introduction to Islamic Law
  • Islamic Law and Society
  • Islamic Research
  • Islamic Family Law
  • Islamic Criminal Law
  • Islamic Business Law
  • Islamic Civil Procedure Law
  • Islamic Economic Law
  • Islamic Obligation Law
  • Islamic Legal Affairs Procedures
  • Islamic International Relations
  • Islamic Political Institutions
  • Islamic Political Views
  • Malaysia Administration and Enforcement of Islamic Law

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates can serve in the Malaysian Department of Islamic Development (JAKIM), State Department of Islamic Development, Islamic banks, Takaful companies, enterprises, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), legislative bodies, Islamic law enforcement agencies, Islamic judicial organization, Islamic arbitration centres and professional Islamic legal practitioners (such as Islamic lawyers, Islamic legal advisors)

Law - Law

Introduction

Law is a course to train professional lawyers. In this course, students not only study about the existing laws and legal cases, but also explore legal-related knowledge, such as legal awareness, the definition of legal and illegal acts, the history and function of the laws and the relationship between laws and society. Students will be inculcated with the ability of providing professional legal advice, preparing and processing legal documents for clients and representing clients in court.

 

Study Subjects

  • Constitutional Law
  • Malaysia Legal System
  • Family Law
  • Company Law
  • Business Law
  • Public International Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Civil Procedure
  • Intellectual Property Law
  • Labor Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Law of Tort
  • Child Acts
  • Law of Evidence
  • Professional Practice

 

Career Opportunities

Graduates must pass a legal certification exam before they can become a practising lawyers. Practicing lawyers may serve as professional legal practitioners (such as lawyers or legal advisors) in government agencies, enterprises, companies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), legislative bodies, law enforcement agencies, judicial organizations and arbitration centres.

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