Ms. Ghaida began by providing an overview of the Saudi Arabia governmental structure, the process of the formation of laws and the governmental bodies and panels which contribute to the formation of laws.
Ms. Ghaida then explained the structure of the two legal branches in Saudi Arabia which comprise of the judicial system and the responsibilities of each, along with the litigation process. The presentation included how judges are appointed to their positions, their length of terms and the duties of leadership.
Finally, Ms. Ghaida discussed alternative dispute resolution and the process within Saudi Arabia, along with the enforcement of judgments.
On each topic, Ms. Ghaida provided and explained actual case studies within Saudi Arabia which further applied the concepts that she introduced.This was a very interactive session which was very informative for the students.