Wasfi al-Sharaa on “Women’s Rights in Iraqi Laws”, June 14, 2012

June 14, the Institute for Iraqi Studies will be sponsoring a lite lunch featuring the IIS fellow, Mr. Wasfi Al-Sharaa. The talk will focus on Women’s Rights in Iraqi Laws.

Professor Wasfi Al-Sharaa comes from Basra University-School of Law. During his fellowship at Boston University where he will be working on his proposal “Criminal Protection in Journalism: A Comparative Study.” Mr. Alsharaa has many publications such as scientific material evidence in the criminology proof. Master Thesis, 2001; Torture in the Iraqi Penalty Code which was published in Legal Science Magazine, College of Law, University of Baghdad, 2008; and “The Moral Element in the Crime of Faking Electronic Signature,” which was published at (Ssad) magazine in 2010.

The talk begins at 11:30 AM in CAS 132 at Boston University.

This lunch is free. To reserve a space, please RSVP to Michael Carroll (mcarroll@bu.edu) by Wednesday, June 13.

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