knowledge of law

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But he was an elderly man with much experience and knowledge of law and diplomacy.
The good knowledge of law she possesses is expected to help her deal with a slew of labor challenges that have been beleaguering the country such as labor condition, job market, and labor inspection.
Khalil Aljehani, managing partner in a Riyadh-based law firm, praised the program, saying: "The legal training will enhance trainees' knowledge of law gained from the classroom as well as from their practice so that they become better advocates or litigators in the future.
In some cases, it came to the knowledge of law enforcers that such charitable funds are being used by outlawed organisations for spreading terrorism and extremism,' he said.
He pointed out that a judge must have three qualities: integrity, knowledge of law and good conduct.
He said elevation and confirmation of the high court judges was done on the basis of their integrity, knowledge of law and conduct.
The CJP shared that judges are evaluated on three main qualities; integrity, knowledge of law and conduct.
The CJP shared that judges are evaluated on three main qualities integrity, knowledge of law and conduct.
My enduring passion for extending and deepening my knowledge of law is the driving factor.
Seeing the teenager in handcuffs, the judge asked the officer if he had any knowledge of law.
Additionally, they must have an in-depth knowledge of law and statutory construction, human relations, negotiations, underwriting and a smidgeon of actuarial science, and they must be patient, inquisitive and composed.
He is the best at international relations, he definitely knows political science and he has a great knowledge of law -- equal to that of a doctoral level.

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