It was said that, if we desire respect for the law, we must first make the law respectable, and to achieve such respect for the law, law schools must produce competent lawyers.

At the Faculty of Law at SIMAD University, our case-based teaching methodology that gives the students problems that they should solve using the existing legal tools continue to produce results that exceed our expectations.

Not only are students able to grasp the complex and sometimes difficult to read provisions in courses such as the Somalia Penal Code, but they have also started to enjoy those subjects and developed unimaginable levels of enthusiasm.

It is our immediate goal to apply such case-study and problem-solving based teaching methodology to all the courses that are taught in the Faculty.

The importance of using this effective teaching methodology is that it puts the students in touch with issues that are very much similar to real ones that exist in society.

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