College of Law
Founded in 2004, it specializes in studying legal sciences in its various fields (Iraqi and comparative laws and legal laws), as well as studying supplementary materials (Islamic law, economics, and others), as well as practical application in Iraqi courts. The study period is four years in Arabic for morning and evening studies, as well as The English language subject is taught for one of the legal subjects for all academic stages. The graduate is granted a bachelor’s degree in legal sciences thus qualifying him to practice work in the legal field such as the legal profession or to work as a jurist in official and informal circles and other areas of legal work and to complete postgraduate studies (masters and doctoral degrees). Some of the college students completed their master’s and doctoral studies in Iraqi public universities, from which (1274) students graduated until the academic year 2019-2020.
Count of students College of Law
Year College or department StudyStageTotal student Gender
sub sum14910247
sub sum16513728
total sum31423975
grand sum466020892571
sub sum1227844
sub sum15312825
total sum27520669
grand sum554824583092
About College of Law

Vision of the College of Law:

To be among the academically robust and internationally recognized institutions, embodying human and Islamic values.

Mission of the College of Law:

 The College aims to hold a distinguished position among law schools at the local, Arab, and regional levels by providing an exceptional environment for education, learning, scientific research, and community service.

Objectives of the College of Law:

  • To provide the right scientific environment to unleash creativity across various legal sciences through the adoption of outstanding academic programs.
  • To supply legal institutions within the governmental bodies with jurists and specialists in legal branches who possess knowledge, professional, and ethical values.
  • To encourage scientific research, provide facilities, and create the right conditions to motivate researchers to complete their studies.
  • To build cultural and scientific relationships with law colleges in Arab and international universities of high academic standard to benefit from their experiences and scientific research.
  • To make a clear and effective contribution to elevating university legal education through acquiring high knowledge and practical skills for the practice of legal professions.
  • To effectively contribute to the development and dissemination of legal culture, and direct it to serve the needs of society.
  • To ensure adherence to the ethics and values of legal profession practice.

The building of the College of Law is located in Kufa, near the shrine of the great companion Maytham Al-Tamar (PBUH).

The building area is 450 square meters and it consists of seven floors, of 3150 square meters total area, in addition to gardens and open space of 5000 square meters.

The building contains library, a court and other facilities for social and prayer rooms for students.

Title Lectures Course Syllabus
The Constitutional Law
Introduction of law in English
History of The Law
Arabic Language
Introduction to The Study of Sharia
Criminology and Punishment
The Computer
Human Rights
Introduction to Studying Law
Title Lectures Course Syllabus
Civil Law (Obligations)
Administrative Law
General Panel Code
Public Finance and Financial Legislation
Personal Status
Political Systems
Administrative & Constitution Law in English
Commercial Law
The Computer
Title Lectures Course Syllabus
Special Penal Code
Civil ProcedureLaw
Public International Law
Legal Research Methodology
Proof Law
Principle of Criminal Trials
Commercial Companies
Administrative Judiciary
Legal Research Methodology
Title Lectures Course Syllabus
Rights in Kind
Private International Law
International Organizations
Commercial Papers
Usul ALl-Fiqh
Execution Law
Islamic Systems
International Humanitarian Law
Forensic Investigation and Forensic Medicine
Labor and Social Security Law
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday
9:00 Criminology and Punishment human rights English The Constitutional law the computer Introduction to the study of Sharia Arabic
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday
9:00 General Penal Code the computer English Civil law (obligations) Public finance and financial legislation Administrative Law political systems Personal Status
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday
9:00 Civil Procedure and Evidence Law Civil contracts virtual court trading companies Special Penal Code legal research method Principles of criminal trials Administrative judiciary Public international law jurisprudence
Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday
9:00 International humanitarian law + Islamic systems In-kind rights + commercial papers Labor law and social security Fundamentals of jurisprudence Forensic medicine and criminal investigation + Implementation law International organizations

Asst. Prof.Dr Ahmed Ali Abbood Al-khafaji
Asst. prof
Asst.Prof.Dr Hossam Ali Hassan Al-Obaidi
Asst.Prof.Dr Mohsin Kamil Ghadhban
Asst.Prof.Dr Mohammed Hassan Muhammad Saeed Hussein Ahmed Al-sarraf
Asst Prof
Asst. Lect Haider Jasim Muhammad Hussein
Asst. Lect