Law schools in Qatar, a step in the right direction

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Law schools in Qatar, a step in the right direction

Postby wilsonmcgil123 » Wed Feb 04, 2015 2:23 am

The well developed economy of gulf region, Qatar is focused on leading the Arab region. In recent past, it successfully resolved its borders disputes with Bahrain and Saudi Arabia with comparatively young leadership in power, Qatar is destined to lead the entire region successfully. The education system in Qatar needs rapid change, as demonstrated by the progress in other sectors. The study of law is considered to be of high importance, with the passage of time, it has been observed that students are showing their interest in this subject.

Different law schools in Qatar have restructured themselves by hiring foreign qualified faculty members, and by inculcating the studies of international law, as a part of syllabi. The online universities in Qatar have come forward to contribute towards the law studies. For this purpose, the online universities are using unique strategy and latest technology for making the learning experience an effective one.

The law schools in Qatar are giving fruitful results and more students are shifting their attention towards law studies, thanks to online lectures, which have made the online education, easier than ever before. The law students also do have great career prospect ahead of us, subject to their dedication towards the studies. Currently, the service sector which accounts around 27% of the total GDP of Qatar, legal studies can part a big role towards increasing the GDP of the country.

The traditional law schools in Qatar, as well as, online law schools of top-notch universities of the world, both are playing a pivotal role towards a better Qatari society in their respective domain. The good news is that the expatriates who make around 60% of the Qatar population can also make successful career in law studies. For this purpose, the role of well known universities of the world, who are imparting education through e-learning means, must be appreciated.

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Re: Law schools in Qatar, a step in the right direction

Postby twenty » Wed Feb 04, 2015 2:30 am

wilsonmcgil123 wrote:In recent past, it successfully resolved its borders disputes with Bahrain and Saudi Arabia


I feel better already!

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Re: Law schools in Qatar, a step in the right direction

Postby fats provolone » Wed Feb 04, 2015 2:34 am

how bout that world cup

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Re: Law schools in Qatar, a step in the right direction

Postby chuckbass » Wed Feb 04, 2015 2:42 am

Can you be killed for being gay

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Re: Law schools in Qatar, a step in the right direction

Postby Gungnir » Wed Feb 04, 2015 5:21 pm

Are the law schools built by slaves, or just the soccer stadiums?

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Re: Law schools in Qatar, a step in the right direction

Postby Manteca » Wed Feb 04, 2015 5:30 pm

Wikipedia wrote:For social gatherings, women are generally never brought to social events except for western-style gatherings or when the attendees are composed of close relatives. Schools for girls are separate from schools for boys. In terms of employment opportunities, women are generally employed in government positions, although there are no women in high-level government positions.


Sounds like a great place to live!

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Re: Law schools in Qatar, a step in the right direction

Postby MarkinKansasCity » Wed Feb 04, 2015 5:32 pm

Manteca wrote:
Wikipedia wrote:For social gatherings, women are generally never brought to social events except for western-style gatherings or when the attendees are composed of close relatives. Schools for girls are separate from schools for boys. In terms of employment opportunities, women are generally employed in government positions, although there are no women in high-level government positions.


Sounds like a great place to live!


Sounds like a real sausage fest. Larry Craig would be at home in this environment.

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Postby phillywc » Wed Feb 04, 2015 5:35 pm

Do you accept transfers from CCN or is it only YSH?

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Re: Law schools in Qatar, a step in the right direction

Postby Ron Don Volante » Wed Feb 04, 2015 5:39 pm

scottidsntknow wrote:Can you be killed for being gay

Yeah. but apparently it's extremely common for dudes to bone each in the middle east other until they get married to a woman. nobody even bats an eye. the atlantic (iirc) did some big piece on this a few years ago.

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Re: Law schools in Qatar, a step in the right direction

Postby chuckbass » Wed Feb 04, 2015 6:16 pm

Ron Don Volante wrote:
scottidsntknow wrote:Can you be killed for being gay

Yeah. but apparently it's extremely common for dudes to bone each in the middle east other until they get married to a woman. nobody even bats an eye. the atlantic (iirc) did some big piece on this a few years ago.

Oh hmm. I went to Doha as a child but I wasn't old enough to bone anyone and I don't remember much about Qatar.

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Re: Law schools in Qatar, a step in the right direction

Postby worldtraveler » Wed Feb 04, 2015 10:34 pm

Ron Don Volante wrote:
scottidsntknow wrote:Can you be killed for being gay

Yeah. but apparently it's extremely common for dudes to bone each in the middle east other until they get married to a woman. nobody even bats an eye. the atlantic (iirc) did some big piece on this a few years ago.


There are certain hamams (public baths) where all the boning happens. They exist for women too.




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