SDG 16.3.1: IUL provide specific expert advice to local, regional or national government


There are many Doctors that gives their expertise in different fields in the governmental institutions ministries and public departments also in committees  especially in the faculty of law.  



Field of work 


Private office 


Ahmad Hajjal 

Interior Security forces 


Ahmad Hmede 

Ministry of Justice 


Asaad Bayram 



Achraf Baydon 

Ministry of Justice 


Habib Mezher 

Ministry of Health 


Hsein Mhaydle 

Private office 


Samer Baalbake 

Private office 


Salam Abd lsamad 

Dar aleftaa Aljaafare 

Mufti al hermel 

Abdo Kataya 



Arafat Chamseldine 

Private Office 


Claude Mcheik 

Ministry of justice 


Kamal Almokdad 

Social Security 


Lara Alakom 

Private office 


Mohammad Halablab 

Council of Ministers 

Legal officer on a project concerning syrian refugees for UNDP  

May Hamoud 

Private office 


Mohamad ALchami 

Private office 


Malak Daakor 

Council for development and reconstruction 

Legal consultant 

Maysaa Chour 

Ministry of Justice 


Nidal ALchaer 

Private office 


Jinan Tfaily 


Bank manager 

Wael Dbayse 

South Lebanon water corporation 

Department head  

Hsien ELgoul 

Ministry of Justice 

Judge and previous General Manager 

Khayreye Nwayre 



Rola Assi 

Private Office 


Abas Kabalan 

Private Office 


Ghada Sabra 

Ministry of economics 


Nader Hamoud 

Private office 


Ghadi Mokaled 

Private office 


Rabih Jaafar 

Private office 

Parlaimentary journal 


Researcher and writer 

Abas Jaber 

Khodr Yassin 


Executive committee member of computing colleges information system in the association of arab universities 




Member of program evaluation committee at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education 

Samar Sindian 



Member of the public safety –Engineers syndicate 

Amthal Hakim 



Faculty of Engineering  

  • Mohammad Ayach – Executive committee member of computing colleges information system in the association of arab universities 
  • Samar Sindian Member of program evaluation committee at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education 
  • Amthal Hakim Member of the public safety –Engineers syndicate 
  • Ousama Mostafa  )Member of the Universities Association of Lebanon UAL- Quality Assurance Unit.) 
  • Hassan Noura Member of program evaluation committee at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education 
  • Jamal Haidar (Advisor for the president of the Order of Engineers and Architects (OEA), Beirut 

– Member of the board of directors of FISUEL (International Federation of the Safety of Electricity Users) 

– Head of the Federal Committee of the Electrical Safety, Federation of Lebanese Engineers 

– Head of the Lebanese Electrotechnical Committee for IEC 

– Member of the Libnor Committee at OEA) 

Faculty of Economics & Business Administration Instructor’s Name, Department,  Job Description  

  1. Dr. HassanwazniManagement General Manager of Nabih Berri Governmental University, NabatiehLebanon 
  2. Dr. Mohamadabdo Management Court judge in Sidon.  
  3. Dr. FarajHmedehAccounting Chartered Financial Auditor: Ministry of justice, Beirut- Lebanon.  
  4. Dr. HassanwazniManagement Coordinator of economics at the Ministry of Education and Higher Education in Lebanon; the Directorate of Guidance and Orientation.  
  5. Dr. MohamadGhadderAccounting Senior auditor at the Audit Bureau in Lebanon. 
  6. Mr. MohamadHadla Management Information System Business Analyst; E-Declaration Forms Project for Ministry of Finance  
  7. Mrs. Sarah Mahfouz Banking & Finance Chief of department at Ministry of Finance,Baalbak- Lebanon 
  8. M. Hala Ghareeb Banking & Finance Senior economist and statistician in theQaraounMaster Plan project with the Ministry of the Environment, in collaboration with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and ELARD S.A.L.  
  9. Mr. MohamadMasri  AccountingAdministrative and financial controller at EDL (Électricité du Liban-Établissement public), Beirut-Lebanon.  
  10. Mr. Hicham Fawaz Banking & Finance Chief of the Department of Hospitals at the Lebanese Ministry of Public Health 
  11. Mr. MohamadBazzounAccounting Director of the Social Security Center in TyrLebanon 

Faculty of Tourism Sciences  

Dr.Rayan Haidar Hotel Management -Tourism Inspector-certifications Department -Head of Section-Youth and Local Bodies Department. 


IUL have participated in many regional competitions and the IUL’s strategy is to help law students in different fields and which was stated in decision no 1716/2008. 


  • Making many training sessions for law students to pass the Bar of advocates exam 
  • Entrance exam to the Institute of Judicial Studies  
  • Notary Public  
  • Many public departments like embassies, ministries  and the palace of justice in Lebanon 

Second participating in many competition on the international, regional and national level stated below: 

  1. Paritcipation in the Monroe E. Price media law moot court competition 7th  Middle East Regional Rounds in Cairo regarding Human rights ( freedom of expression and the right of privacy) which took place in the BUE in Egypt from 4-2-2018 till 13- 2 – 2018. 

Coach : Dr. Abas Jaber and Dr. Jinan Tfaily 

Team : Sara Kanaan, Ruba Bou Khzam, Nermen Jaafar, Mohammad Jaber, Suzan Bedawi and Reem Araji. 

We won on one team the eygptian team. 

2. Participation in the moot arab court converning International Humanitarian law on february 2019,which took place in the Bar of advocates in Beirut. Participants Suzan Bedawi, Ayman Baraket, Ayman el Haj and Zeinab Hamze. 

3. The Special Tribunal for Lebanon 

The STL’s headquarters are on the outskirts of The Hague, the Netherlands and the tribunal also has an office in Beirut, Lebanon. 

The tribunal was established following a request by the government of Lebanon to the United Nations. The agreement between Lebanon and the UN was not ratified, and the UN brought its provisions into force through UN Security Council Resolution 1757. 

It is an independent, judicial organisation composed of Lebanese and international judges. It is neither a UN court nor part of the Lebanese judicial system. It does, however, try people under Lebanese criminal law. The tribunal is also the first of its kind to deal with terrorism as a discrete crime. 

Voluntary contributions make up 51 per cent of its funding and 49 per cent comes from Lebanon. 


The Inter University Programme on International Criminal Law and procedures October 2018-2019.  Our participants visited the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) from 1 to 5 September 2019 as part of a three-day study visit to The Hague. 

The visit enabled the students who have attended the Inter-University Program on International Criminal Law and Procedure (IUP-ICLP) to see first-hand some of the institutions about which they had been studying. 


Participants were: Mohammad Amro won a free travel ticket and accomodation. 

Sara Kanaan and Alaa Kenj and Suzan Bedawi 

Leidschendam, 5 September 2019 - A group of fifteen students from Lebanese universities visited the Special Court for Lebanon as part of a study visit to The Hague for a period of three days from 1 to 5 September 2019. This visit was made by those students who participated in the program The inter-university community on international criminal law and international criminal procedures enabled them to see first-hand some of the institutions included in what they were studying . 

This student visit to the court, the second in a two-week period, included attending sessions to brief them with information in which representatives of the four bodies spoke to them, which are the chambers, the court registry, the prosecutor’s office, the defense office, and a tour of the courtroom. 

The group also visited the International Criminal Court, the International Residual Mechanism for the Two Criminal Courts, and the International Court of Justice. They also briefed on the work of the Institute of captivating ( the TMC Asser ), and listened to a brief presentation by the regional legal staff in the field of the international crimes court in The Hague adviser. 

One of the students said, “We thank the inter-university program for giving us this opportunity to acquire knowledge and tools that provide us with better options in our career. It was one of the best opportunities to learn more about international criminal law and visit international courts such as the International Criminal Court, the International Court of Justice and the Special Court for Lebanon. “. 

This study visit to The Hague is part of the seventh session of the Inter -University Program on International Criminal Law and International Criminal Procedure. These courses, which are the first of their kind in the Middle East and North Africa region, began in 2011 in cooperation between the Institute of Asser (TMC Asser) in The Hague and 11 Lebanese universities. The program is intended for students of law, political science and international affairs in Lebanese universities for free at the present time. The curriculum includes topics such as the history of international law, the crime of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, terrorism crimes, the role of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, the rights of the accused in international criminal procedures, and the role of those affected. The number of Lebanese students who have graduated since the program was established in 2011 is almost a thousand. 

Clarification : The universities participating in the program are the Lebanese University, the American University of Beirut, Beirut Arab University, the Holy Spirit University in Kaslik, the University of wisdom, the University of Our Lady of Louaize, the American University of Science and Technology, the Lebanese American University, the University College of Nonviolence and Human Rights, University Balamand, and the Islamic University. 


Each of the four students: Muhammad Amr, Suzan Badawi, Sarah Kanaan, and Malak Musa from the Faculty of Law at the Islamic University of Lebanon – Graduate Studies Department, won the International Criminal Law Competition within the Inter-University Program in International Criminal Law pertaining to the Special Court in Lebanon. 

Student Muhammad Amr came in the first 18 ranks with a score of 75/100, which entitles him to travel to The Hague to participate in the training that will be held at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. 

The competition was attended by students from different universities in Lebanon for a whole year. The final competition was held on June 1, 2019 and won by Malak Musa 72/100, Suzan Badawi 72.5 / 100, and Sarah Kanaan 68/100. 

4. Participation in the Organizing team of the ICRC -Geneva in the Second Regional Moot Court in International Humanitarian law held in Lebanon in the Lancaster Hotel on March 2019

Participants were : Sara kanaan, Reem Araji, Mohammad Jaber, Ruba Bou Khzam and Suzan Bedawi.


The International Association of Universities, created under the auspices of UNESCO in 1950, is a membership-based organization serving the global higher education community through: expertise & trends analysis, publications & portals, advisory services, peer-to-peer learning, events, global advocacy.


IAU aims to be the most representative and influential global association of diverse higher education institutions and their organizations, promoting and advancing a dynamic leadership role for higher education in society.


IAU promotes collaboration among its Members by articulating the fundamental values and principles that underpin the pursuit, dissemination and application of knowledge. The Association advocates for higher education policies and practices that respect diverse perspectives and promote social responsibility. With a particular emphasis on values and leadership, and acting as a forum for sharing and joint action, IAU encourages innovation, mutual learning and cooperation among institutions.


IAU promotes core values among its members and the wider higher education community including:

  • Academic freedom, institutional autonomy and social responsibility locally and globally
  • Cooperation and solidarity based on mutuality of interests and shared benefits
  • Tolerance of divergent opinions, freedom from political interference
  • Equity in access and success in higher education and open access to knowledge
  • Scientific integrity and ethical behaviour as cornerstones of conduct for all stakeholders in higher education
  • Higher education and research in the public interest
  • Quality in learning, research and outreach



IAU works to enhance higher education community’s role and actions in advancing societies worldwide. As a global membership organization, IAU represents and serves the full spectrum of higher education institutions and their associations. The Strategic plan 2016-2020, adopted during the 15th IAU General Conference, in 2016, it deepens IAU’s focus on four key higher.


education priority themes, while improving support and services to members as well as enhancing their visibility and engagement. Under the current circumstances marked by COVID 19, the IAU strategic plan is extended until 2021.

IAU 4 strategic priorities:

Promoting values-based leadership in higher education

Remaining a leader for inclusive, fair and ethical Internationalization of higher education

Integrating sustainable development fully into higher education strategies

Enhancing the role of technology in higher education


5. Participation in the Regional Arabic moot court whichwas organised by KILAW and was hosted by the Lebanese University in Tripoli on 13 April 2019 . We got the third place over 17 teams that participated.

Coach : Dr. Abas Jaber and Dr. Jinan Tfaily.

Participants were : Sally Abd el khalek, Reem  el Sayed ,Nathali Barake  Mahd AlMokdad.

Find attached the last round of the competition live.


The Islamic University of Lebanon team qualified for the semi-finals (4 teams out of 17 participants) of the Arab Moot Court matches that are held at the Lebanese University – Tripoli Branch, after winning most of the first day’s matches and getting second place after skipping the Beirut Arab University team in a match Quarter-final
Mubarak for the university team


6. Participation in the Competition Interuniversitaire de Mediation en langue arab and french DU CPM from 1 May till 5 May 2019.

Participants were Majd Elmokdad , Julia Nasrallah, Lina Zorkot, Reina Hassaneye and we took the second place in the competition.

7. Participation in a Seminar that was held by the UNHCR in the ESCWA titled Political and Decision Making on June 2019.

Particpants : Suzan Bedawi and Sara Kanaan.


8. Participation in the conference on International arbitration and investment contracts hosted by the International Justice Foundation for Judicial and Diplomatic Studies, on June 28-2019

Participants were: Sara Kannan, Suzan Bedawi and Rouba Bou Khzam.


9. Participation in the Webinar with T.M.C. Asser Institute Netherlands, HILLAC Lecture about “How the Syrian conflict has changed International law” which was held on June 10-2020.

Participants Sara Kanaan


10. Participation in the “Youth Discussion on Human Rights and COVID-19” on 18 June 2020 (Human Righs United Nations) Young Voices Matter , Participants were Sara Kanaan, Reina Hassaneye and Malak Mousa.

Participants Sa

The Faculty of Law at the Islamic University of Lebanon, represented by the three students Rina Hassania, Malak Moussa and Sarah Kanaan, participated in the webinar held by the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner in Beirut under the title “Challenges Facing Youth in Light of COVID-19”.

A number of university students from different Arab countries participated in the symposium, where discussions were held about the difficulties faced by the youth group during the “Covid 19” pandemic, in many aspects, including political, psychological and social, in addition to stressing the need to support health associations that deal with transporting injured patients Coronavirus, as it is always on the front lines to confront any emergency problem, and its members are at constant risk of contracting the disease.

The international conventions and principles related to the title of the symposium were discussed by the participating students.


11. Participation in Mediate Guru – Lebanon as Campus Ambassadors for the IUL Khalde -Campus on 30 September 2020


Participants : Sara Kanaan , Ruba Bou Khzam and Nermeen Jaafar.


12.The Islamic University of Lebanon has hosted the the Monroe E. Price media law moot court competition 8th Middle East Regional Rounds –in Wardeneye Campus for 2 days 0n February 6and 7-2020. In this competition we took the second place between the 4 teams that partiicpated.

Coach : Dr. Jinan Tfaily

Participents : Sally Abd elKhalek, Ola bou Naser eldin, Mohammad Amro, Sara Ajab,Maggie Matar and Nerjes Adib.



Participation in the competition of the Hult prize on 10-2019.

The Hult Prize is the world’s foremost platform for the creation and launch of for-good, for-profit startups.

The Hult Prize is the world’s largest social impact competition. Run in partnership with the United Nations, student teams come together to compete to solve a pressing social issue by developing a scalable, sustainable social enterprise. Finalists pitch to a panel of esteemed judges, global business leaders, thought leaders, and change makers to win 1M USD and launch their enterprise. Past judges include former US President Bill Clinton, former Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard, and Nobel Peace Prize Winner Muhammad Yunus. Past challenges include food security, access to clean water, and affordable education.

All Hult students are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to give a global platform to their business ideas that will have a direct impact on society. Each campus organizes an internal competition to determine who will represent the school in the Hult Prize. Many Hult faculty also mentor student teams to help them develop their idea.

The Canna Med team from the Islamic University of Lebanon won the Hult Prize Paris Summit, which was launched yesterday in the French capital, and was able to achieve third place, surpassing Arab, foreign and international teams, and the team included students Nabih Allaw, Muhammad Madi, Sally Al-Dimasy, and Doaa Issawi. The university was represented by the guest of honor, Dr. Leila Al-Zein and the student Adeeb Fouani (Head of the Organizing Committee), as it ranked in the first twenty places in the world in organizing the competition at the university level (On CampusProgram) fully organized.

The project, submitted by the Canna Med team, aims to change humanity by treating diseases with the cannabis plant, from which CBD OILS is extracted to treat cancer, Alzheimer’s, bone diseases and others.

The Islamic University also participated in the Jordan Summit Hult Prize competition, which was launched in the presence of the founder and CEO of Hult Prize Ahmed Al-Ashqar, the General Director of Operations, Karim Samra, Jamal Al-Khayyat (Lebanon National Director) and Ayman Arandi. The Islamic University in Lebanon was represented by two teams. They are: the Food For Less team, which included students: Muhammad Lakis, Diala Nasrallah, Ali Mortada, and Zahraa Abdul Sattar, and the Shop On Wheel team that included students: Sherine Sharaf al-Din, Zainab Tufayli and Sandra Hamad, and the Islamic University was represented by My guest of honor are representatives of the university: Dr. Hisham Abu Diya and student Yasser Saad Hult Prize Campus Director, as the university was among the top twenty in the world in organizing the competition at the university level (On CampusProgram) fully organized.

Participants were : Shirin Sharaf el din,  Suzan Bedawi, Sandra Ahmad and our project was to stop poverty , how to get benefit from old clothes and how to provide work for many persons as much as we can named (She design).

We were from the top six teams.