Category: Journal Entries

The SLJ is pleased to publish a diversified set of journal entries to satisfy the interest of readers. These publications may include detailed articles on subjects related to the law or news items worthy of comment. The inaugural entry that the SLJ chose to share with readers is a profile on Professor Jacques El-Hakim, one of Syria’s most renowned lawyers, which is intended to be a fitting introduction to this website. The SLJ also welcomes contributions from its followers, which will be given special consideration. If you are considering contributing an article for publication in our Journal Entries, please feel free to get in touch with our Editorial Team at editor@syrianlawjournal.com and we will promptly respond to you with our feedback. In order for us to keep you notified of new updates in this section, please click here.

Syrians Grill Their Ministers for Answers

Syrians Grill Their Ministers for Answers

The Syrian Law Journal recently attended the British Syrian Society’s conference in Damascus in late May entitled The War in Syria: the Challenges and Opportunities. Its first observation after participating in the two-day event...

An Overview of Arbitration in Syria

An Overview of Arbitration in Syria

Arbitration has been a feature of Syrian law for decades. It was initially governed by Articles 506-534 of the previous Civil Procedure Code, which was enacted back in 1953. However, it was given an...