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Prof.Mohammed Shallal Al-Ani Academic RankProfessor

Specialization:

  • Criminal Law

Research Interests:

  • Criminal Law, Islamic Criminal Law, International Criminal Law

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1- Bachelor's degree in law, University of Baghdad, 1972. 2- Master's degree in criminal law, University of Baghdad, 1975. 3- Doctorate degree in Criminal Law, University of Baghdad, 1979 AD. 4- Diploma in European Law - European Studies Center - Torun - Poland 1999. 5- Diploma in English Language - Language Institute - Qatar 2003.
Teaching at several universities in addition to the parent university, University of Baghdad, which is the University of Annaba in Algeria, and the Al-Bayt in Jordan, and the University of Qatar, and currently at the University of Sharjah since 9/1/2005 until now.
Member of several societies, advisory bodies and legal centers.
- The civilizational and moral dimension of the preventive criminal policy in Islam, research presented to the international conference (the origins of the Islamic criminal system and its effect on civil preservation), for the period from 23-25 ​​/ Rabi'a Al-Akher / 1429 AH - May 1 - May 2008 Judicial Organization in Islamic Law, research presented to the International Conference of Presidents of the Supreme Courts of the World, 23-23 March 2008. - Spotlight in the Judiciary and Judicial Organization - A Comparative Study -, University of Sharjah Journal of Sharia and Legal Sciences. - The civilizational and moral dimension of the preventive criminal policy, acceptance of publication, Journal of Law, issued by the College of Law, University of Bahrain, Volume VII, Number Two, Rajab 1431 AH - July 2010 AD. - International criminal protection methods for Jerusalem and the mosque (a comparative study), Journal of Law, Kuwait University, Scientific Publishing Council, No. 4 - Year 38, Rabi Al Awwal 1436 AH - December 2014 AD.
1- Supervising (13) scientific theses in PhD and (32) theses in the Master's degree, discussing more than (40) theses and theses. 2- Evaluating (13) groups of researches submitted for promotion to the ranks of associate professor and professor. 3- Participation in more than (60) conferences, seminars and workshops at the national, regional and international levels.
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