Arab Gulf Universities Prep Students for Civil, Common Law Careers

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Emirati citizen Ahmad Dalmook didn't have to look far for a role model. Dalmook considered law schools in the United Kingdom but chose to stay in the United Arab Emirates to practice advanced Arabic speaking and writing skills, since the language of UAE courts is Arabic. "Some of the courses are taught in English, which exposes students to study other jurisdictions such as the EU and U.S.," says …

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