Bachelor of Law (Arabic)

By launching the Bachelor of Law program, the College aims at graduating legal qualified cadres who fulfill the community needs in the United Arab Emirates and contributing to cope with the scientific and technological development in the field of legal education in the United Arab Emirates. In addition, the program aims at contributing to developing and improving the level of the legal profession by building ties between the College and the local community.

Credential: Bachelors Degree
Duration: 4 years
Credit Hours: 129
Tuition Fee: AED 935 per credit hour (See detailed fee structure here)
Class Timings: Evening and Weekend
Medium of Instruction: Arabic with 4 courses in English

Program Objectives:

The law program aims at realizing the following objectives:

  • Qualifying a segment of graduates armed with their high level of legal culture as well as general culture in some humanitarian sciences required for understanding the law.
  • Fulfilling the incremental community needs for graduates of legal sciences especially in the United Arab Emirates and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries at large.
  • Promoting scientific research and qualifying a specific segment of students armed with research skills and qualified to carry out their jobs in the various legal fields such as the judiciary system, legal consultancies, working as lawyers and the various legal professions.
  • Qualifying students for the job and developing the professional skills of learners by improving their abilities to solve the presented issues and find alternatives for these solutions.
  • Developing the student’s intellectual skills and enhancing awareness in studying legislative texts in order to fulfill the community’s needs and aspirations.
    Learning Outputs of the Program

By the end of studying this program, the student shall be able to:

  • Be familiar with the law and identify its sources and the features of a legal rule.
  • Differentiate between the law, Islamic Shariah and humanitarian sciences which support the understanding of the law.
  • Interpret the legal provisions in accordance with a proper legal methodology.
  • Clearly explain the basic legal principles and theories in each branch of law.
  • Understand the main features of the legal system in the United Arab Emirates and its relation to the various legal systems.
  • Deduce and apply legal provisions to the various cases and issues based on the theatrical legal knowledge.
  • Scientifically and properly analyze the legislative provisions and judicial awards.
  • Draft legal researches, memos and contracts in accordance with the proper legal rules.


First Year / Semester 1
Serial # Course Code Course Number Course Name Prerequisite CH
1 LAW 101 Introductionto Law 3
2 ECOA 201 Principles of Economics 3
3 ENGA 101 English I 3
4 ISLA 201 Islamic Studies 3
5 HUMA 201 Critical Thinking 3
6 SRMA 101 ResearchMethodology for Law 3
Total 18
First Year / Semester 2
1 LAW 102 Voluntary Sources of Obligation LAW 101 3
2 LAW 116 Introduction to Commercial Law LAW 102 3
3 LAW 122 General Penalty Law LAW 101 3
4 LAW 219 Political Systems and Constitutional Law 3
5 LAW 108 Introduction to Jurisprudence Studies 3
6 ENGA 102 English II ENGA 102 3
Total 18
Second Year / Semester 3
1 LAW 203 Non Voluntary Sources of Obligation LAW 102 3
2 LAW 227 Administrative Law LAW 101 3
3 LAW 210 Principles of Jurisprudence LAW 108 3
4 LAW 223 Crimes Against Individuals LAW 122 3
5 LAW 130 Environment Protection Law (Elective) LAW 101 3
6 LAW 221 Intellectual Property Law (Elective) LAW 116 3
Total 18
Second Year / Semester 4
1 LAW 217 Companies and Bankruptcy LAW 116 3
2 LAW 232 Legal Terminology in English LAW 101

ENGA 102

3 LAW 204 Provisions of Obligation LAW 203 3
4 LAW 328 Public Finance and Tax Legislation (Elective) ECOA 201 3
5 CISA 101 Applicationsof Information Technology 3
6 LAW 220 Legal Aspects of E-Commerce (Elective) LAW 116 3
Total 18
Third Year / Semester 5
1 LAW 230 Public International Law in English LAW 101

ENGA 102

2 LAW 305 Nominate Contracts LAW 204 3
3 LAW 311 Law of Civil Procedures LAW 203 3
4 LAW 324 Crimes against thePublic Interest and Funds LAW 223 3
5 SSSA 101 Study Skills 3
6 LAW 304 International and Regional Organizations (Elective) LAW 230 3
Total 18
Third Year / Semester 6
1 LAW 307 Labor Law and Social Security LAW 203 3
2 LAW 306 Primary Rights in Rem LAW 305 3
3 SOCA 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
4 LAW 312 Forced Execution LAW 311 3
5 ENVA 201 Principles of Environmental Science 3
6 LAW 308 Criminology and Penology (Elective) LAW 223 3
Total 18
Fourth Year / Semester 7
1 LAW 425 Criminal Procedural Law LAW 223 3
2 LAW 415 Private International Law LAW 311 3
3 LAW 409 Personal Status LAW 108 3
4 LAW 431 Graduation Project After completing 105 study hours 3
5 UAEA 201 UAE Studies 3
6 LAW 211 Consumer Protection Law (Elective) 3
Total 18
Fourth Year / Semester 8
1 LAW 414 The Provisions of Evidence LAW 311 3
2 LAW 419 Air and Maritime Law 3
3 LAW 413 Internal and External Arbitration Rules LAW 223 3
4 LAW 426 Internship Completing 90 credit hours 3
5 UAEA 424 External Training Completing 90 credit hours
6 LAW 427 Private Penal Legislations (Elective) LAW 425 3
7 LAW 325 Inheritances, Commandments and Endowment 3
Total 18


  • Obligatory requirements: 120 credit hours
  • Optional requirements: 9 credit hours
  • Total hours of thestudy plan (graduation requirements): 129 credit hours


General Education Courses
Prerequisite: None Application of Information Technology CISA 101 :
This course is an introduction to computer sciences. It focuses on understanding how computers work and the relation between their operation and their hardware and software. This course illustrates how software is used in word processing, creating spreadsheets, and designing databases and presentations. The course starts by familiarizing students with the definition of a computer and its importance, presenting the most important hardware used for input, output, processing and storage and discussing the relation between IT and the community, the problems related to the use of computers, precautions observed when using them and the attention paid to information confidentiality and security. Besides, the course offers students exposure to the privacy concerns related to using the computer, viruses and relevant means of protection, security of software and data and ethics and morals of using the computer. Finally, the course presents the commonly-used programs and their application by featuring the most recent software.
Prerequisite: None  ENGA 101: English I
This course addresses a wide range of topics and interests. Adopting the slogan nothing in life is more important than the ability to communicate effectively, the course aims to promote students´ communicative competence in English. In so doing, focus is on enhancing socio-linguistic competence, strategic competence, discourse competence, and linguistic competence whilst reflecting the latest trends in today´s world. This course is for students studying in the Arabic programs.
Prerequisite: ENGA 101  ENGA 102: English II
This course prepares and familiarizes students with the principles of clear, concise writing in a technical environment for specific discourse communities. Technical writing conventions such as headings, illustrations, style, and tone in the writing of a variety of letters, emails and reports will be considered. This course is for students studying in the Arabic programs.
Prerequisite: None  Research Methodology for Law SRMA 101:
This course addressestwo main axes. The first axis covers a general definition of the methodologies of scientific research, stages and steps of preparing a research as well as the research policy. The students shall be familiarized with the means of using resources and references included in web pages.

The secondaxis more specifically teaches students the methods and resources of legal research and how they are used in writing research papers. It also sheds light on the formal and objective aspects of legal writing in a manner which develops the students’ skills in writing, analyzing and preparing future researches and studies. This course also includes an applied part as the students shall be commissioned to prepare a research on one of the legal issues under the supervision of a specialized professor in the field of the research. The supervisor shall discuss the students in their researches.

Prerequisite: None  Introduction to Sociology SOCA 101:
This course discusses the concept of sociology and the scientific methodology. It compares sociology to other social sciences. It also deals with the concept of culture and human groups and describes the social character as well as the various social systems. Finally, the course points out the social problems and deviant behavior.
Prerequisite: None  Principles of Environmental Science ENVA 201:
This course addresses the concept of environment, the ecological system, the problem of resources exhaustion and maintenance, reasons for starvation catastrophes in the world, food production, environmental contamination, its reasons, components, distribution and the forms and risks of contamination. In addition, the course focuses on the significance and protection of wild and marine plantations and animals. Finally, the course sheds light on the importance of energy and metallic minerals in the ecological system as well as all forms of desertification.
Prerequisite: None  Islamic Studies ISLA 201:
This course discusses the linguistic and technical meanings of culture as well as the concept of Islamic culture and its relation to the comparative terms such as religion, science, thought and civilization. The course also discusses the relation between the Islamic culture and other cultures as well as the role of Islamic culture in realizing development. The course outlines the basic sources of Islamic culture (Quran and Prophetic Traditions) and its additional secondary sources (Prophet’s Biography, Unanimous Agreement of Muslim Scholars, Analogy and Customary Traditions). The course sheds light on the peculiar features of the Islamic culture such as divinely-oriented attitude, comprehensiveness, moderation and balance, humanitarianism and positive realism as well as its main fields (faith, acts of worship and morality). This course manifests the most important contemporary trends such as the various forms of cultural invasion (proselytism, orientalism and westernization) and the approach adopted by the Islamic culture towards secularism and globalization.
Prerequisite: None  Critical Thinking HUMA 201:
This course provides an introduction to the types of thinking such as critical and creative thinking. The course detects the students who have critical abilities and develops thought and strategies of critical and creative thinking.
Prerequisite: None  Study Skills SSSA 101:
This course targets educational professionals and parents on how to study, pass exams and the difficulties students face in the university.
Prerequisite: None  UAE Studies UAEA 201:
This course studies the humanitarian communities in general and pays a special attention to the general features and main components of the UAE community including UAE geographic location, population, demographic growth, gender and general composition of its people. The course also discusses the economic and geographical aspects of the population, family issues, family and tribal systems, and the nature of rule in the tribal community. The course addresses the nature of services provided to the community during the pre and post-oil stages and studies the role of cultural, educational, and media organizations as well as their services provided to the UAE community.
Prerequisite: None Principles of Economics: ECOA 201
This course includes important and vital subjects which enable the student to understand economics, the economic problem and business mechanisms by studying and analyzing the theory of supply and demand and studying the various types of flexibility on the microeconomic level. In addition, the course studies and analyzes important subjects on the macroeconomic level such as the national income, unemployment, inflation, financial and cash policy, foreign trade, balance of payments and the various economic systems.
Prerequisite: None LAW 101: Introduction to Law
The course discussesthe general theory of law including the definition of law, features of the legal rule, various branches of the law, formal and explanatory sources, scope of applying the law in terms of place and time and studying the interpretation of the legal rule. This course also studies the legal personality, feature, types and resultant effects of acquiring it. This subject also includes studying the general theory of rights such as the definition of a right, its elements, types, parties and means of its protection and substantiation.
Prerequisite: LAW 101 LAW 102: Voluntary Sources of Obligation
The course studies the voluntary sources of obligation (contract – sole will) including the definition of the contract, means of expressing the will, blemishes of consent, cornerstones and types of contracts and reasons for the termination of a contract. The course also defines the sole will and its applications.
Prerequisite: LAW 102 LAW 203: Non Voluntary Sources of Obligation
Prerequisite: LAW 203 Provisions of Obligation : LAW 204
This course studies all aspects related to obligation in terms of its effects, descriptions, extinction and the method of optional and mandatory execution of obligation. The course also includes the study of the legitimate means to protect execution through indirect claim, claim of simulation, and claim of the infectiveness of actions.
Prerequisite: LAW 204 Nominate Contracts: LAW 305
This course provides a deep study of the provisions of nominate contracts within the framework of the Federal Civil Transaction Law in terms of the nature, features and cornerstones of these contracts. The course also studies some basic contracts such as the sale, lease and insurance contracts by defining each of them and setting out their cornerstones, effects and the reasons for their termination.
Prerequisite: None Primary Rights in Rem: LAW 306
This course defines the primary rights in rem and their features. The study also defines the property right in terms of features, scope, limitations and the reasons for acquiring possession. The course studies the individual and common property as well as the ancillary rights derived from the property right, their conditions and provisions. This course also covers the accessory rights in rem including insurance mortgage, chattel mortgage and public and private concession rights.
Prerequisite: LAW 203 Labor Law and Social Security: LAW 307
This course defines the Labor Law and sets out its features and the scope of its application. It also studies the Employment Contract, rights and obligations of the parties of the Employment Contract, vacations and their types, definition of labor claims and disputes as well as their features, termination of the Employment Contract, and employee’s rights upon termination and the resultant effects.
Prerequisite: None Introduction to Jurisprudence Studies: LAW 108
The course discussesthe definition, features and objectives of the Islamic Shariah, sources of Islamic legislation, origin of jurisprudence and an introduction to the most important Schools of Jurisprudence as well as their respective features. The course also studies some legal systems from the perspective of the Islamic Jurisprudence such as the property system, theory of the contract … etc.
Prerequisite: LAW 108 Personal Status: LAW 409
This course addressesall aspects related to the organization of the family starting from engagement and ending with the marriage contract. It covers the purport of legislating marriage, its cornerstones, prerequisites, effects and the rights of both spouses. The course also deals with terminating the marriage contract, means of ending the marital relation and the resultant effects such as the waiting period, proving lineage, guardianship, breastfeeding and inheritance.
Prerequisite: LAW 108 Principles of Jurisprudence: LAW 210
The course introduces the science of the Fundamentals of Jurisprudence, its history, rules and approaches of writing in it. It also defines the legal judgment in terms of its types, divisions and the rules of veracity and invalidation. The course also studies the types of legal proofs approved in deducing rulings. It defines the connotations of terms with regard to judgments, their divisions, use and relevant fundamental rules.
Prerequisite: LAW 203 Rules of Obligation: LAW 204
This course covers the study of everything related to the commitment in terms of its effects, descriptions, and how Optional execution and forced to comply.The course also includes a study of legitimate means to protect the implementation through indirect lawsuit, simulated proceedings and unenforceable behaviorslawsuit.
Prerequisite: LAW 203 Law of Civil Procedures: LAW 311
In this course, students shall study the definition of the Law of Civil Procedures, the judiciary system in the United Arab Emirates, formation and competences of courts, and the rules and procedures of litigation starting from the date of filing the lawsuit until the judgment is issued. The course also studies the theory of judicial awards and the ordinary and extraordinary methods of challenging them.
Prerequisite: LAW 311 Forced Execution: LAW 312
The course defines compulsory enforcement, the execution judge and his powers, provisions and conditions of assignment of execution, place of execution, problems of execution, procedures and provisions of diligence and sale of the debtor’s property on auction and finally the collection of the returns of execution.
Prerequisite: LAW 312 Internal and External Arbitration Rules: LAW 413
This course defines arbitration as an alternative means to settle disputes including the types and advantages of arbitration. The course points out the methods of selecting arbitrators and the rules related to the arbitration agreement such as its forms, cornerstones, procedures, issuance of the arbitration award, and the possibility of challenging and appealing its execution.
Prerequisite: LAW 311 The Provisions of Evidence: LAW 414
This course addresses the general provisions of substantiation and its following proofs: written proofs, testimony, oath, acknowledgement, evidences, presumptions, inspection, expert and its legal competence and the electronic instruments and their power of substantiation.
Prerequisite: LAW 311 Private International Law: LAW 415
This course studies the rules pertaining to the conflict of laws governing the legal relations in which there is a foreign party by manifesting the entity of dispute and the rules of reference, referral and characterization or qualification. The course identifies the regulations of reference which set forth the foreign governing law and the obstacles of their application. The course also studies the conflict of international judicial competence, cases of international competence for the UAE courts, conflict of competences in electronic transactions and the execution of foreign judicial awards.
Prerequisite: LAW 102 Introduction to Commercial Law: LAW 116
This course defines the Trade Law, its features and relation to other laws such as the Civil Law. It studies its development as well as the commercial acts. It differentiates between the commercial and civil acts and defines the trader and commercial store. In addition, the course generally studies the provisions of commercial contracts with a special focus on some commercial contracts such as commercial mortgage, commission agency, brokerage and transport contract.
Prerequisite: LAW 116 Companies and Bankruptcy: LAW 217
This course addresses the general provisions of companies in terms of their definition, development, company formation, constituents, and conditions of establishment, juridical personality, management and liquidation of companies. The course also studies ‎sole partnerships, stock companies, mixed corporations and foreign companies. It studies the provisions of bankruptcy with regard to the issuance of the verdict, its effects, management of bankrupt’s assets, simple reconciliation and its conditions, rehabilitation, and bankruptcy and liquidation crimes. The course also addresses composition bankruptcy and its conditions.
Prerequisite: LAW 218 Air and Maritime Law: LAW 419
The course defines marine and aviation laws, their features, the legal concept of the vessel and its rights in rem and the persons concerned with marine and aviation navigation. It studies the provisions of the vessel utilization contracts such as the transportation contract, vessel lease contract, insurance, emerging rights and obligations of such contracts, and the aviation transport contract of passengers and goods. In addition, the course studies the legal provisions related to the claim of liability in marine and aviation transportation and marine accidents.
Prerequisite: LAW 116 Legal Aspects of E-Commerce: LAW 220(Elective)
The course discusses the definition of e-commerce, its significance, and the legal rules governing e-commerce especially with regard to making contracts via modern means of communication and signing them (electronic signature).
Prerequisite: LAW 116 Intellectual Property Law: LAW 221 (Elective)
This course addressesthe intellectual property right and identifies its elements, author’s copyrights in terms of their venue, nature, means of protecting them as well as adjacent rights. The course defines the patent right, conditions of granting it, rights and privileges of the patentee and the legal protection of the patent right on the local and international levels. It also studies the industrial fees and forms as well as their legal protection, trademarks, commercial data, their conditions, registration and legal protection.
Prerequisite: LAW 101 General Penalty Law: LAW 122
This course addresses the criminal law ordinance, the general theory of the crime, its constituents, forms and provisions related to attempting it. The course refers to the provisions and forms of criminal liability as represented by the perpetrator, ‎intervening party and abettor. The course studies the general theory of punishment in terms of its definition, execution, reasons for ‎stringent or tolerant execution, impediments of penalty, reasons for permission and extinction of the penalty. The course defines the entity and features of the precautionary measure, its distinction from the penalty, types of precautionary measures and the rules of their application.
Prerequisite: LAW 122 Crimes against Individuals: LAW 223
This course studies, explains and points out the offence against the person such as the various forms of murder crimes and the conditions of executing stringent or tolerant penalties. The course also studies the provisions related to offense against the intactness of the body such as injuries, beating and wounds.
Prerequisite: LAW 223 Crimes against Public Interest and Funds: LAW 324
This course addresses the provisions related to offense against properties such as the various aggravated and lenient forms of theft, frauds, cheque-related crimes, mistrust crimes as well as their related crimes.
Prerequisite: LAW 324 Criminal Procedural Law: LAW 425
This subject defines the law of the basics of penal courts and studies the stage of investigating the crimes, collecting evidences and making the initial inquest. It studies in details the penal lawsuit in terms of the legal rules related to filing them, penal fundamentals and procedures, investigation, inference, initial interrogation, trial, and means of challenging the penal judgments.
Prerequisite: completing 90 credit hours Internship: LAW 426
This course trains students on filing civil and penal lawsuits and familiarizes them with the procedures of the dispute course through sessions held in an internal court (mock trial) in the College. Students are trained on dealing with practical lawsuits which require using their legal information in all branches of the law, consulting their specialized teachers, and referring to the various legal references to provide the legal opinion in the said cases and draft a legal memorandum, consultation, writ, or contract as the supervisor of the course may request. A specific issue is selected for each mock trial and a special focus is given to it. Such issue may be related to the general or private law and the student’s knowledge is deepened on it.
Prerequisite: LAW 101 Administrative Law: LAW 227
This course studies the definition of the Administrative Law, sources and relation to the other branches of the law. It covers the administration activity in executing laws, administrative control and the system of public utilities. It also addresses the administrative methods of the administration including the administrative decision, administrative contract, public funds and control on the administration works in terms of their identity, types and effects.
Prerequisite: ECOA 201 Public Finance and Tax Legislation: LAW 328(Elective)
This course studies Public Finance and the means of preparing and carrying out the budget in the United Arab Emirates including its main parts: public expenditures and public revenues. The course explains the definition, types and effects of public expenditures as well as the legal rules governing them. The course also defines the various revenues and their subdivisions such as taxes, fees, and public loans. The course discusses and explains the legal rules related to tax such as tax on income, exemptions from income tax, evasion of tax and ‎double taxation.
Prerequisite: None Political Systems and Constitutional Law: LAW 219
This course studies the concept of the State, its constituents, form, regime, authorities, and citizen’s rights and duties. It defines the constitution in terms of the means of developing it, its sources, types, interpretation, amendment, termination and control on the constitutionality of the laws. The course also studies the constitutional organization of the federal powers in accordance with the Constitution of the UAE.
Prerequisite: LAW 101 Public International Law in English: LAW 230
This course defines the contemporary General International Law, its sources and the nature of its rules. It also identifies the persons of the International Law and introduces their rights and duties. The course focuses on the international treaties, the theory of the international responsibility, means of the peaceful settlement of international disputes, the legal rules organizing the states of war and the rules of international neutrality.
Prerequisite: completing 105 credit hours Graduation Project: LAW 431
This course teaches the student the methods and sources of legal research and how to use them in writing research papers. It sheds light on the formal and objective aspects of legal writing in a style which develops the student’s skills in drafting, analyzing, and preparing future researches and studies. The course also includes an applied aspect represented in orienting the student to prepare a research in one of the legal issues under the supervision of a teacher specialized in the research subject. The research shall be discussed by the supervisor and another faculty member to be selected by the competent department.
Prerequisite: LAW 101 Legal Terminology in English: LAW 232
This course defines some legal terminologies in the various branches of law in the English language. It also includes a study of some legal texts and some model clauses from contracts made in English.
Prerequisite: LAW 101 Environment Protection Law: LAW 130(Elective)
This course defines the environment, its elements, contamination, protection of the environment from contamination, public authorities supervising environment protection, legal protection of the elements of environment, administrative control, and a deep study of the protection of the land, marine and air environment from contamination.
Prerequisite: LAW 230 International and Regional Organizations: LAW 304(Elective)
This course studies the international organizations in terms of their definition, origin and development. It focuses on studying the general rules of the global organization, the legal personality of the international organization, as well as the types, role and powers of the international organizations. The course extensively presents the UN and some regional organizations such as the Arab League and the Cooperation Council of the Arab Gulf countries.
Prerequisite: LAW 223 Criminology and Penology: LAW 308(Elective)
This course defines Criminology and Penology, its historical development, the relation between Criminology and Penology and the penal code, individual and collective factors of the criminal behavior and the various theories developed on this subject.
Prerequisite: LAW 425 Private Penal Legislations: LAW 427(Elective)
This subject covers the recently-committed crimes resulting from the technological revolution such as electronic crimes, economic crimes, narcotic crimes, money laundering crimes and trafficking crimes. In addition, the course studies any other recently-committed crimes in the community of the United Arab Emirates which require criminalization, specific legislations and issuing private penal laws.
Prerequisite: completing 90 credit hours External Training: LAW 424
This course is dedicated to external training where fourth-year students shall visit the various types of federal courts, public prosecution headquarters, criminal laboratory, forensic medicine premises, and prisons … etc. They shall also attend a number of sessions in these courts and hold discussions with their judges. Training shall be held on Thursday every week. The student shall come to the external entity where he / she has been accepted and return back to the College so as to be followed up by the internal supervisor.
Prerequisite: None Consumer Protection Law: LAW 211(Elective)
This course studies the most important recent economic legislations related to consumer protection in the United Arab Emirates. It delineates the rules and effects of these legislations. The course also introduces the concepts of the normal consumer, electronic consumer, laws on pricing, consumer protection and the phenomena of protection related to the public and private economic legislations.
Prerequisite: None Inheritances, Commandments and Endowment: LAW 325
This subject aims at providing the student with a complete and clear perspective on the provisions of Islamic Shariah on the rights related to inheritance, testaments and endowment. This course studies the provisions related to the testament, its definition, purposes of its legislation, prerequisites and cornerstones. In addition, the course addresses inheritance in the Islamic Shariah with regard to its necessity, prerequisites, cornerstones, justifications and its impediments. It identified male and female inheritors whether by virtue of prescribed shares, consanguinity or kinship … etc. The course also discusses any other inheritance-related issues such as reduction of the inheritor’s shares, redistribution of the remainder portion among the prescribed inheritors each according to their share and the compromise among inheritors for a sum of money. In addition, the course includes provisions of endowment in terms of its definition, prerequisites, cornerstones, types, nullifications and termination.

Career Opportunities

The graduates of Law “Arabic Section” may find jobs in the following fields:

  • Legal Consultant
  • Assistant Legal Consultant
  • Legal Expert
  • Lawyer
  • Assistant Lawyer
  • Judge
  • Notary Public
  • Legal Researcher
  • Legal Investigator / Prosecution General Representative