Strategic Objectives of Law Department

  1. Continuing improvement of quality education in the area of criminal law both theoretically and practically in criminal law department.
  2. Addressing academic sources shortages of law based on the country’s laws and regulations
  3. Expanding and empowerment of academic cadres of the department
  4. Promotion of the department in the local, national and regional market
  5. Establishment of new fields such as International Criminal Law and Child Criminal Law in the Master degree.
  6. Maximum use of students capacity
  7. Expansion of researches of the department
  8. Expansion and deepening of academic research activities
  9. Publication of research and academic magazine
  10. Creating and maintaining competition power in service delivery
  11. Equipping the department with learning and research facilities through engaging chancellor and vice chancellors of the university.
  12. Efforts for promoting the quality of lives of the academic cadres of the department.
  13. Efforts for developing projects
  14. One of the priorities of this department is research and authoring books about explanation of civil law, business law and administrative law and we have authored and published good books. Some of these books are as following:
    1. Civil rights of persons and incapables, Authored by Abdul Hussain Rasoli, PHD
    2. Property Rights; study of Afghanistan Rights with Arabic Countries, Authored by Abdul Hussain Rasoli, PHD.
    3. General Rules of Contracts; study of Afghanistan Rights with Arabic Countries, Authored by Abdul Hussain Rasoli, PHD.
    4. Proofs and evidences in Afghanistan Law, Authored by Abdul Hussain Rasoli, PHD.
    5. Family Law; study of Afghanistan Law with Hanafi and Imami Fiqhe, Authored by Abdul Hussain Rasoli, PHD.
    6. Property Law, Authored by Abdulla Shafaee, PHD.
    7. Shietes status law in Afghansitan, Authored by Abdulla Shafaee, PHD.
    8. Max Plan Organization’s Complementary Materials for Shiats Family Law in Afghanistan, Authored by Abdulla Shafaee, PHD.
    9. Afghanistan’s Administration Law, Authored by Sarwar Danish, Afghanistan’s Second Vice President.
    10. International Law, Authored by Sarwar Danish, Afghanistan’s Second Vice President.
    11. Constitutional Law, Authored by Sarwar Danish, Afghanistan’s Second Vice President.
    12. Private International Law, Authored by Abdul Wahid Afzali, PHD and Eshaq Rahimi, PHD.

The department put lots of efforts to do more researches and to write and publish more books in the areas of civil law, business law, administrative law and status law  Comparing this department with the departments of other universities in Afghanistan in terms of research and publications, no other universities wrote and published as many books and researches as this department did at Avicenna University.

  1. Cooperation with judicial agencies about legal issues especially on family law.