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Prof.Manal Marwan Munajjed Academic RankProfessor


  • Criminal Law

Research Interests:

  • Penal Law, Criminal Policy, Organized Crimes, Crimes against Vulnerable Groups in Society


Doctorate degree in criminal law
Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law and Head of the Department of Public Law at the Faculty of Law
Legal profession - legal practice
Membership of several committees at the University of Sharjah at the department, college and university level, including: Committee of Faculty Members Affairs, Committee on Student Behavior Control, Graduate Committee.
Criminal protection for persons with disabilities. Criminal protection of the child.
1- Hate Crimes University of Sharjah Journal of Legal Sciences. 2. Criminal confrontation of witchcraft and sorcery in UAE law. University of Sharjah Journal of Legal Sciences. 3. Legislative policy in the face of discrimination and hate crimes in federal law. Journal of Law Kuwait University. 4 - Criminal confrontation of crimes of terrorism in Syrian law Journal of the University of Damascus.
Supervising many master's and doctoral theses including: - Fair trial guarantees in accordance with the UAE Code of Criminal Procedure (comparative study) - The crime of damaging public money (comparative study) - Criminal confrontation of the crimes of the terrorist organization in the light of the UAE Federal Law No. / 7/2014 on the fight against terrorist crimes.      (A comparative study). - The criminal responsibility of the doctor resulting from the transplantation and transplantation of human organs in the UAE law (comparative study). - Criminal policy for the prevention of juvenile delinquency in educational institutions - Ph.D.
Contributing to community service by giving some awareness lectures.
The philosophy of teaching is to achieve the clear objective of graduating a distinguished student who is familiar with the law and able to apply it in different legal fields. I rely on several pillars: the full discipline of lectures and office hours, and interaction with the student so that the opportunity to participate and integration and departure from the role of the recipient, Ability to submit and participate, always link between the course I teach and reality, urging the student to self-learning and research through the commissioning of research and reports and express opinion on some legal problems, encourage the student to develop knowledge in the field of informatics through the use of the Internet and research and access To research and scientific sites. Finally, deal with the student discipline and advise him and work to improve it scientifically and behaviorally.
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