Law Students Participate in Public Court Hearing Session at the Center Against Heavy Crimes for Corruption

Kardan University’s Law Department provided an excellent opportunity for its students to attend a public court hearing at the Appeals Court for Combating Heavy Crimes for Corruption. The visit, which took place on 29th of December, aimed at getting a real-life experience of court proceedings, understanding some of the theoretical concepts studied in the class, observing legal cases, and gaining practical insights.

Participating students could also gain familiarity with the nature of corruption-related legal cases, litigation, and other issues in public court hearings – using professional resources and experiences of esteemed judges while dealing with matters of a different kind.

On the sidelines of the session, Ms. Anisa Rasouli, President of the Special Court, provided detailed information to students about the legal cases handled by this court.

“Participating in a public hearing is significantly important for practical learning and effectively mastering theoretical concepts in a variety of cases,” said one of the participating students.

Kardan University facilitates compelling learning opportunities for its students of all programs through seminars, study tours, court hearings, and many more.