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Dr.Nazzal Kisswani Assistant Dean For Graduate Studies of Law Academic RankAssociate Professor


  • Commercial Law

Research Interests:

  • Commercial Law, Corporate Law, Telecommunication Law, E-Commerce Law, Intellectual Property Law, International Trade Law


Ph.D in Business law (2011) Macquarie University (MAQ) NSW, Australia Master of International Trade and Commerce law (2007) Macquarie University (MAQ) NSW, Australia High Diploma in law (1998) The Arab League (ALESCO) Institute of Arab Research and Studies Bachelor of Law (1994 Amman National University (ANU), Jordan
August 2020 – Until Now Associate Professor, College of Law, Sharjah University, Sharjah- UAE Feb 2019 – May 2020 Associate Professor, College of Law, Qatar University, Doha – Qatar 2013 – 2019 Assistant Professor, College of Law, Qatar University, Doha – Qatar 2010 - 2013 Lecturer, College of Law, Qatar University, Doha – Qatar 2009 - 2009 Tutor, Macquarie University, College of Business and Economic, Department of Business Law, Sydney – Australia 1999 – 2005 Lecture¸ Al – Balqa Applied University (Al-Arabia College). Amman – Jordan
The Prospects of Introducing a Unified Legal Framework for Telecommunication Interception and Access in the Gulf Region – Particular Reflections on the State of Qatar Impact of the Negative Use of the Internet on the Increase of Human Trafficking Crimes Rate and its serious Repercussions on Adolescents and Youth
Strengthening data privacy: the obligation of organisations to notify affected individuals of data breaches (Taylor & Francis) Vol (33) 3: 271-284 (2019) International Review of Law, Computers & Technology Parody of Trademarks between Permissibility and Restrictions: A Study in the Comparative Jurisprudence, Vol (6) 2: 551-595 (2018), Kuwait International Law School Journal A Review of the Issues Relating to the Multiplicity of Legal Rules Protecting the Title of Literary and Artistic Work: Where Identical Protection Stems from Different Regulatory Rules, Vol (5) 3: 221 - 290 (2017) The Proportionality Principle in Telecommunications Interception and Access Law in an Environment of Heightened Security and Technological Convergence”. (Taylor & Francis) Vol 25 (3) 229 - 246 (Sep 2016) Information & Communications Technology Law Social Media: Adoption and Legal Issues Impact on Business Innovation. (Inderscience) Vol. (9) 4: 486–506 (2015) International Journal of Business Innovation and Research
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