The First Bilingual Legal

Education in Saudi Arabia

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PSU College of Law is the first bi-lingual legal education in Saudi Arabia
Students
746
Undergraduate Students
class
24
Graduate Students
Faculty
29
Faculty
Program
2
Program
Alumni
557
Alumni

Undergraduate Tracks

Advanced
Saudi Law

Covering more Saudi and Islamic Law in details

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Commercial
Law

Differentiating commercial from civil transactions

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International
Law

Exploring various aspects of international law

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MCL

Masters in Commercial Law

The MCL program aimed to provide graduates with advanced knowledge of laws in commercial spheres. The programs have been designed to equip graduates with research, professional and communication skills that are needed in the local and international job market.

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News

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The PSU Vis moot team is in the final phase for preparation for the Vienna Vis Arbitration moot Competition

The PSU Vis moot team is in the final phase for preparation for the Vienna Vis Arbitration moot Competition

The PSU Vis moot team is in the final phase for preparation for the Vienna Vis Arbitration moot Competition, taking place online from 4th-9th of April 2020. 

Valuable online practice rounds with Christian Alberti ( Chief of ADR of the SCCA)

Wishing them all the best after 6 months of hard work!

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PSU wins the first KSA Arbitration moot

PSU wins the first KSA Arbitration moot

In June 2020 the PSU& Moot& Teams (Male-Female) have won first place in three main categories of the first KSA Arbitration Moot Competition in Arabic language organized by Saudi Center for Commercial Arbitration (SCCA); The PSU Female moot team has won first place for the Best Team of the whole competition. On their way to the first place, they beat the male team from King Saud University, female team from University of Business and Technology (UBT) Jeddah, female team from King Abdulaziz University, and in the final, the female team from King Faisal University.

The PSU Female Team has also won first place for&Best Written Memorandum for Claimant.

The PSU Male Team has won first place for;Best Written Memorandum for Respondent.

Both Noura AlAbdulJabbar and Reem AlMaiman won an honorable mention (top 10) for best speakers.

Dr. Zlatan Meskic was the head coach of the arbitration moot team, and Dr. Abdulaziz Aleid and Ms. Rasha Odeh were the co-coaches.

Members of the winning girls team were: Noura AlAbdulJabbar, Reem AlMaiman, Aljawharah Alsadoun and Abeer alSaif.

Members of the winning boys team were: Turki Al-Mouniefy and Saud Alyousef

Dean of the College of Law, Dr. Fahad Mohammed Almajid's Letter of Acknowledgement for the College's Triumph in SCCA Arabic Moot

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Alumni Testimonials

Listen what our alumni have to say about our programs.


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The LLB program at PSU empowers students with exceptional understanding of legal systems. Through extracurricular activities and the co-op training program, students are also offered with the opportunity to build character and enhance practical knowledge.

Motaz Alfozan

Motaz Alfozan ‘19

  • Corporate Associate,
    AS&H in cooperation with Clifford Chance LLP
  • LLB, Prince Sultan University

The College of Law at PSU is the one for those who wish to learn in an engaging way, and prepare themselves for the job market afterwards through its distinguished Co-op program. It is a journey that truly pushes the boundaries of students' skills and knowledge.

Abdulwahad Alqahtani

Abdulwahad Alqahtani ‘20

  • Corporate Associate,
    AS&H in cooperation with Clifford Chance LLP
  • LLB, Prince Sultan University

Being an MCL student at PSU has capitalized my education and legal work experience. It gave me the knowledge to learn not only about commercial law, but also about other topics, such as corporate governance, alternative dispute resolutions, international economic law, etc. Being a PSU master student has capitalized my experience as the study is very comfortable, rich in culture and provides an ideal student’s environment. This program gave me the experience to develop my skills from both academic and professional perspectives.

Gadah AlRayes

Gadah AlRayes

  • General counsel/ legal counsel
    at hozoon holding
  • MCL, Prince Sultan University

The program gave me a deeper fundamental understanding on how to reflect theoretical knowledge into practice and vice versa. Prior to joining the program, I was hesitant but the balance of the courses and its relevance to market practices have made the challenge enjoyable and enriching. It is an intense journey but for sure rewarding.

Tala AlJahlan

Tala AlJahlan

  • Executive Director of Legal Affairs
  • G20 Saudi Secretariat
  • MCL, Prince Sultan University

Throughout my journey at PSU, I remember how excited and nervous I was to go to law school. These moments were only treasured enough to encourage me in my future endeavors. With my technology law background, I am now perusing my LL.M. in IP & information law to be active and involve in this new era

Layla Tatwany

Layla Tatwany ‘11

  • Senior Legal Advisor at Mobily
  • LLM, Fordham University
  • LLB, Prince Sultan University

I believe that there is no absolute best college ever. However, when I graduated from high school, I only preferred to enroll at PSU because of its good reputation at that time, but when I joined its law program, I discovered that PSU did not only provide me with the legal knowledge, but also they were keen to provide all students with other professional skills which made PSU students better candidates at the market. Its close relationship and open door policy of the faculty enhanced our educational experiences. Joining PSU was and still is one of the best decisions I have ever made.

Hala Bakhsh

Hala Bakhsh ‘12

  • Associate, Corporate department
    at Herbert Smith Freehills
  • Licensed Attorney in Saudi Arabia
  • LLM, Duke University
  • LLB, Prince Sultan University

PSU provided me with a platform to reach my potential and a network that played a vital role in advancing my career and opening up great opportunities to me. Particularly, what distinguishes PSU from other law schools in Saudi Arabia is its strong and well-regarded co-op training program. It helped me bridge the gap between academic education and work experience and was the stepping stone in my career as a transactional lawyer.

Najla Al-Gadi

Najla Al-Gadi ‘14

  • Associate, Law Office of Salman Al-Sudairi
    in cooperation with Latham & Watkins
  • Licensed Attorney in Saudi Arabia
  • Licensed Attorney in the State of New York
  • LL.M., Harvard University
  • LLB, Prince Sultan University
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