Department: Department of Politics, History and the Brunel Law School
College: College of Business, Arts and Social Sciences
In 2009, I obtained my Master's degree from the University of Jordan. In the same year, I obtained my licence to practice law from the Jordanian Bar Association. After that, I worked as a legal researcher for the directorate of legal affairs and international cooperation in the Ministry of Justice in Jordan. I then worked as a Teaching Assistant in the faculty of Law in the University of Jordan until I started my PhD research at Brunel University in March 2012, which was funded by the University of Jordan.
My PhD research focuses on 'the Application of International Law Criminal Measures against the Crime of Trafficking in Persons in Jordan' through examining the extent to which Jordanian legislation is in line with international law criminal measures to address the legal issue of the crime of trafficking in persons.
I decided to study at Brunel University because of its great reputation. My supervisor always provides me with all the help, assistance and support I need to conduct my research.