Amman- Former Chairman of the National Transitional Council of Libya, Advisor Abdul Jalil, called on youth to be impartial and transparent, warning them of the dangers of rumors circulating social media platforms.
Advisor Abdul Jalil’s lecture titled “Judiciary Manners and Conducts” was organized by MEU’s Faculty of Law, and attended by the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Dr. Yacoub Adel Nasereddin. The Former Chairman of the National Transitional Council of Libya asked of the students to track and validate the source of information prior to sharing it, stressing that this is the way to fight the spread of rumor and limit its effect on societies, especially Arab.
Advisor Abdul Jalil called on Law students to seek knowledge and not only depend on curriculums in order to achieve efficiency in Law profession, which is acquired through gaining experience.
The Former Chairman of the National Transitional Council of Libya added that efficiency does not suffice the man of law’s quest to achieve justice among people; he has to be mutual and impartial. Advisor Abdul Jalil clarified that these attributes are of a greater importance than efficiency for law practitioners, whether they were judges, attorney generals or lawyers.
Considering the fundamentality of the previously mentioned attributes, Advisor Abdul Jalil confirmed that deep-rooted courage in decision-making, especially for judges, exceeds any other attributes in significance. According to experience, some cases, such as those related to divorce, are as burdensome as those regarding murder and execution.
The Former Chairman warned law students, who will carry out the burden of defending individual rights, of inflecting injustice through dissolute means. He urged them to hold on to the values of justice, and not consent to those of influence and wealth. It is worth mentioning that Advisor Abdul Jalil worked in the field of law for more than thirty years, and he served in distinguished government positions.
The lecture witnessed an extended discussion where Advisor Abdul Jalil answered student inquiries regarding issues relevant to their academic journey at the Faculty of Law, in addition to judiciary manners and conducts. The lecture was attended by a number of deans, teaching and administrative staff, and students. It was also managed by the Dean of the Faculty of Law, Dr. Ahmad Al Louzi.
At the end of the lecture, the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Dr. Yacoub Adel Nasereddin presented the guest with the University’s honorary shield, wishing more prosperity for the Republic of Libya.
The Middle East University was founded in 2005 as a Graduate Studies University with twelve specializations. Towards the beginning of the academic year 2008-2009 the university opened twenty specializations for both Graduate and Undergraduate students with the ongoing growth in staff and students.