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Harith Al-Dabbagh


Professeur agrégé

Faculté de droit

Pavillon Maximilien-Caron office A-8486

514 343-6064

Télécopieur : 514 343-2199

LL. D. (mention très honorable)
2009 , Droit , Université Paul Cézanne Aix-Marseille III (France)

Certificat d'études juridiques comparatives
2004 , Droit , Université Paul Cézanne Aix-Marseille III (France)

Diplôme universitaire d'études juridiques françaises
2001 , Droit , Université Lumière Lyon II (France)

LL. M. Private Law
1998 , Droit , Université de Mossoul (Irak)

LL. B.
1996 , Droit , Université de Mossoul (Irak)


Harith Al-Dabbagh specializes in comparative private law and private international law. Trained in comparative and civil law, his most recent work explores phenomena related to legal pluralism, notably on the interaction between religious and secular norms. He has published several works on these questions in both French and Arabic.

Harith Al-Dabbagh completed part of his legal training in Iraq (LL. B. 1996, LL. M. 1998) before pursuing graduate studies in France (DEA 2003, doctoral 2009) and in Canada (post-doctorate, 2010-2013). In the past, he was an assistant professor at the University of Mosul’s Faculty of Law and a contract lecturer-researcher at Université de Saint-Étienne (France). Before becoming a professor, he supervised a post-doctoral project on how Muslim family institutions are received in Canada and France and was a lecturer in the Université de Montréal’s Faculty of Law.


Education Programs

  • Law
  • Law Economics and Politics
  • Law Economics and Politics
  • Law Economics and Politics
  • Law Economics and Politics
  • Law Administration and Management Sciences


  • DRT6805B Droit international privé avancé
  • DRT6971 Droit civil, jeux d'influence et de concurrence

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Autres activités et contributions


  • Civil law
  • Comparative law (Romano-Germanic legal system, Islamic law)
  • Private international law
  • Positive law and religion

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