Dr Ahmad Mohammad Alomr

Dr Ahmad Mohammad Alomr

Dr Ahmad Mohammad Alomr

Assistant Professor
Phone: +968 26850100 Extn: 642
Location: Barka Building



Dr Ahmad Mohamad Alomar received his Ph.D. in Law from Cairo University in 1998 and has extensive teaching experience in various branches of law, particularly criminal law, at a number of universities, including the University of Aleppo, Al-Furat University in Syria, and Sohar University in the Sultanate of Oman. He has published scientific research in international scientific journals in the fields of criminal law, international criminal law, penal sciences, and comparative studies between law and Islamic law. He has also written four books in the field of criminal law. Dr. Ahmad has participated in many international scientific conferences, seminars, training courses, and workshops. Before joining Sohar University, he served as dean of the Faculty of Sharia, deputy dean of the Faculty of Law, head of the Criminal Law Department, and head of the Training and Media Department at the Quality Assurance Center at the University of Aleppo, Syria. At Sohar University, he is the coordinator of the master’s program in public law and a member of many scientific and administrative committees, as well as the legal clinic. He supervised several doctoral and master’s theses and participated in the discussion of many of them. He is fluent in Arabic, English, and French (acceptable). He has made several contributions to the community through community service, seminars, lectures, and his membership in the legal clinic.


  • Ph.D. In Law, University Of Cairo, Egypt, 1998​
  • Masters in Public Law, University Of Cairo, Egypt, 1993
  • Bachelor in Law, Aleppo University, Syria,1987.

Teaching Interest

  1. قانون الجزاء القسم العام
  2. قانون الجزاء القسم الخاص
  3. القانون الجزائي الدولي
  4. قانون الإجراءات الجزائية

Research Interest

  1. بحوث الجريمة والعقوبة ونظرية المشروعية الجزائية
  2. الجرائم
  3. الإجراءات الجزائية
  4. بحوث في العلوم الجزائية المساعدة
  5. بحوث في الجرائم المستحدثة
  6. القانون الدولي الجزائي