Faculty of Law was established in 2008 at two Departments of “the judiciary and prosecutors” and “public and private Laws” within the framework of the Kateb University in its central building and began its activities and has continued and conducted its teaching and research programs based on the approved curriculum framework by the Ministry of Higher Education and other laws and regulations and procedures of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. In 2011, Faculty of Law established its second branch in the University “Barchi” building in both mentioned departments. The Law School has five graduation periods and more than 600 students have graduated from the university with Bachelor degree. Later, Kateb University’s Master’s program at two majors of “Criminal Law and Criminology” and “international law” were established.
In 2015, 718 students enrolled in the Law School comprising 28.7% of the total student. In 2016, 120 new students registered in the university. Financially, the Law School comprised %21/89 of total revenue from the students. During the last nine years, the Law school has made significant achievements, the most important of which are as follows:
In terms of organization, the university (School) Scientific Council consists of seven full-time faculty members and more than 40 visiting (adjunct) professors, serving under the Chairmanship of Law School manager and Law School is supervised by the university Teaching Department.
The Law School conducts its Administrative affairs through two office buildings located in Barchi building and university main building. In each office, an expert who is linked with other university departments performs the administrative work. The Law school has 8 classes in the central building and 12 classes in Barchi Center 8 with all educational resources at its access. The students can use all Kateb campus facilities like the library
Changing the school into a major center of Law education and knowledge production in the country and acquiring a worthy place among regional law schools.
Law School missions are divided into two sections of “gaining the highest share in the development and promotion of Law and legal norms in the country” and “educating elite law students in the country”
The goals in five-year strategic plan have been identified as follows:
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