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Dr. Zaid Ali Zaid Academic RankAssociate Professor


  • Public International Law

Research Interests:

  • Law of the sea, Humanitarian international law, illegal immigration, human rights, and international organizations. Selected Research Projects


2004 - 2007 Glasgow Caledonian University Glasgow Scotland-UK PhD in International Law Title: Illegal Immigration in International Law and in Selected Countries 1991 - 1994 Glasgow Caledonian University Glasgow Scotland M.phill in International Law Title: Maritime Boundaries of International Law With Particular Reference to Libya 1981-1985 Garyounes University, Benghazi, Libya LL.B in Public Law
Lecturer at the Faculty of Law, University of Sirte - Libya, from 2002 to 20004 Lecturer at the University of Glasgow for one year from 2007-2008. Assistant Professor at the College of Law - University of Sharjah, starting from 1 - 9 - 2008. Professor at the College of Law - University of Sharjah, starting from 1 - 9 - 2014.
2002 – 2004 Sirte University (Lecturer ) Faculty of Law, University of Sirte, Libya 2007 - 2008 Glasgow Caledonian University Glasgow Scotland Postdoctoral Researcher. 2008-2009 Sharjah University, Associate Professor
Member of the Committee to develop the website of the College for the year 2010-2011 • Member of the Committee seminars and conferences at the college level for the year 2010-2011 • Member of the Committee equation courses at the college level for the year 2011-2012 • a member of the Library Committee for the year 2011-2012 • Member of the Social Committee for the year 2011-2012 • Member of the Committee to measure the output for the year 2011 2012 • Member of the Committee on the analysis of the results of measurement Almkhrjat2011-2012 • Member of the Faculty of law- Representative of the Department 2011-2012 • Member of the Committee for the preparation of the annual report for the year 2011-2012 • Member of the Committee to measure the output for the year 2011- 2012 • Chairman of the examination committee college-2010-2011 and 2011-2012 • Member of the Committee examined the applications of the functions of the college academic year 2012-2013 • Team Coordinator of the Faculty of Law University to participate in the moot court in Media Law 2012-2013 • Member of the Committee to assess the academic activity 2012-2013 • Member of the Audit Committee study plans in the Department of Public Law 2012-2013 • • supervisor of Student Association for the year 2012-2013 2013-2014
Freedom of speech in international law, Journal of Sharia and Law, United Arab Emirates University of , Collage of Law, Published in Issue No. 43, July 2010 Legal Issues relating to Undocumented with particular Reference to Libya Migrants، Euro journal European Journal of Social Sciences ISSN: 12162574, 15882616 published in Editorial Board for Volume 34, Issue 3..2013 Humanitarian Intervention in International law, Acta Juridica Hungarica, Hungarian Journal of Legal Studies,ISSN: 1216-2574 (print version), published in Volume 54, No 2, 2013 Mercenaries in International law European Journal of Social Sciences Published in Volume Volume 39, No. 1, July 2013 Paper on role of international conventions in the protection of labor migration, research publication of the journal Voice of Law, No. 5, April 2016, Khamis Miliana University, Algeria. 10- Paper on "The Authenticity of Judgments in International Criminal Courts", a research published in the Journal of the Faculty of Law, University of Baghdad, dated 4/5/2017. 11- Paper on "The status of internal tensions and disturbances in international humanitarian law is acceptable for publication on 17-6-2017 according to the journal No. 3562, Faculty of Law and Economics, Cairo University, 2017. 11 – Paper on International Efforts on Violence against Women, European Journal of Social Sciences Published on Volume 55 No 1, May, 2017. 12- Paper on Status of IDPs in International Conventions, Journal of Moroccan Law, No. 34, March 2017. 13- Criminal Evidence in International Criminal Justice (A Comparative Analytical Study, University of Sharjah Journal of Legal Sciences, First Issue, June 2019.
1- Responsibility of the state to aggression in international law - 2010. 2Prinsible of non-interference in the internal affairs of States in International Law, 2011. 3. Disputes between States and the peaceful settlement of 0.2011 m 4. Illegal immigration in international law. 2012 5. The legal status of the diplomatic bag. 2013 6. International Air province, discussed in 2012 7. Limits of personal protection for diplomatic envoy, -2012 8- Witness protection guarantees in international law-2013 9. Crimes against humanity, was discussed on -2013 10. Protect Journalists during armed conflicts. 2014 11. The crime of drug trafficking in international law-.2014 12. Supplementary jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court, -2014 13. Humanitarian relief in international humanitarian law - 2014 14. Recognition of human rights-2014 15. Minority rights in international treaties of international humanitarian law-2014 16. The treatment of prisoners according to international charters -2014 17. The legal status of Jerusalem, and in accordance with international charters -2014 18. Maids Home in accordance with international-2014 19- Collective asylum in international law
University of Sharjah Annual Encouragement Award for the best team work in the field of community service (2011-2012) to win all the first places in the international competition in media law and freedom of expression. From His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Ruler of Sharjah and President of the University.
Member of international lawyers for Rights (HRLW) / London Member of the International Law Organization / LONDON (ILA) Member of the Association of Jurists Sharjah- United Arab Emirates Member of the European Arab Forum for Dialogue and Development - Malta
Teaching was considered one of the most important and supervised professions. It aims to create a good generation capable of carrying out its tasks to the fullest and a good generation. To achieve this vision, I put before me some of the most important principles: 1- Communicating with my students, listening to their problems and answering their questions in office hours. 2 - Keeping pace with scientific and technical development and attending courses and conferences to get acquainted with the international developments to present them to my students and open the door for discussion
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