Sulaiman Alissa

التعريف الشخصي: 
lecturer in criminal law

Personal Information
Name: Sulaiman Abdullah Alissa Place of birth: Riyadh Marital Status: Married Address: Department of Public Law / College of Law and Political science / King Saud University. Phone: 4674352. Fax: 4670401. P.O. Box 70566 Riyadh 11577. Saudi Arabia
  Email  salissa@KSU.EDU.SA
The academician Qualification
1- Master of Criminal Law (LLM) from University of Sussex in England in 2012. 2- Bachelor's degree of Law from College of administrative sciences at University of King Saud in Riyadh in 1995. Jobs 1- Lecturer of Criminal law at Department of Public Law at College of Law and Political science at King Saud University from 2013 to present. 2- Teaching assistant at Department of Public law at College of law and Political Science at king Saud University from 2010 to 2012. 3- Teaching assistant at Criminal Law Department at College of Law and Political Science at King Saud University from 2007 to 2009. 4-
Teaching assistant at law Department at College of administrative sciences at King Saud University from 1995 to 2006. Professional Experience
1- Member of the examinations Committee of College of administrative sciences form 2001 to 2006. 2- Member of the examinations Committee of College of Law and Political Science from 2007 to 2009. 3- Member of the students Committee of College of administrative sciences form 2001 to 2004. 4- Member of the students Committee College of Law and Political Science from 2007 to 2009. 5- Member of the Library Committee College of Law and Political Science in 2008. 6- Member of Law club at College of Law and Political Science in 2008.
Researches in Arabic
1- The Basic Law of Governance in Saudi Arabia. Dissertation of Bachelor's degree of Law. Department of Law at College of administrative sciences at King Saud University in 1995. 2- The Anti-Forgery Law in Saudi Arabia. 1999.
Researches in English
1- Euthanasia: A Discussion of Muslim Scholars’ Views on the la Law. Dissertation of LLM in Criminal Law at School of Law, Politics and Sociology at University of Sussex in 2012. 2- Drunken consent is still consent; discuss this statement with reference to the crime of rape. Essay of Criminal law. 2012. 3- Would The Legalisation Of Prostitution in The UK Simply Encourage Sex? Essay of Criminal law. 2012. 4- A discussion of the legal treatment of rape in England and Wales with reference to relevant debates and reform proposals currently under consideration. Essay of Criminal law. 2012. 5- Is it possible to define, with any precision, the concept of “Terrorism”? 2012. 6- Ethnicity and Criminal Justice. Essay of Criminal law. 2012. 7- The Sexual Offences Act 2003 – child and family offences. Article review. Essay of Criminal law. 2012. 8- Policing in England and Wales: An examination of the evidence of ethnic based bias. Essay of Criminal law. 2012.
Letters of thanks and appreciation
1- Letter of thanks and appreciation from the Dean of the School of Administrative Sciences in 2004, 2005 and 2006. 2- Letter of thanks and appreciation from the Dean of the School of Law and Political Science in 2008. Academic and Professional Memberships
1- A Member of the British Legal Scholars: since 2013.
2- A Member of the British Society of Criminology: since 2013.
3- A member of ٍSaudi Law Assaciation since 2014