Issue 30

Issue 302020-11-09T10:41:40+00:00

Challenges of Distance Legal Education in the Time of “Corona Virus Pandemic”

By: Prof. Badria A. Al-Awadi

Distance legal education is not a new or novel thing for universities around the world. Many Western universities have been providing remote legal courses. These courses have been organized, recognized and approved within the courses required for graduation and obtaining academic degrees, through laws, legislation, administrative regulations and others. Therefore, a large number of universities in the world did not face major obstacles in moving from in-Person to distance education, due to the repercussions of the spread of the Corona virus pandemic, and in compliance with the emergency measures imposed by governments in the context of dealing with the pandemic, which require social distancing and reducing gatherings.
The technological infrastructure that was established and developed in many of these countries has contributed to the success of the transition to distance legal education, which is an infrastructure that includes a fast internet (4G or 5G)  …

Read Full Text


Arabic Studies and Research

English Studies and Research