Ajman-UAE: Ajman University (AU) has partnered with the Emirates Association for Lawyers and Legal Counsel (EALLC) for sharing experience, best practices, and for holding joint forums and seminars.

Karim Seghir, Ph.D., AU Chancellor, said the agreement is in line with the UAE vision to empower national human resources and “arm them with knowledge and innovation to build a strong competitive economy.”

The three-year renewable agreement conducted will hopefully give a boost to legal though in the country, he added.

“Both parties will also share knowledge and experience in developing and preparing draft laws.”

Zayed Saeed Al Shamsi, Chairman, EALLC, said the Emirates Association of Lawyers and Legal Counsel is a professional entity founded to support the UAE progress.

“This agreement will help add value to the country’s legal system.”

It is an honor to seal this agreement with one of the highly recognized universities in the country, he added.

“The move is a step forward in the right direction to better serve AU students, and create an innovative environment for young people.”

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