The National Law Museum of Iran collects and preserves legal documents and objects, introducing the history of legal activity in Iran, acquainting the society with the past of Iranian law, and displaying the country’s legal achievements.
According to ISNA, Leia Junidi, the legal vice president, said: “The traditional definition of the museum is a place to display ancient objects and make tangible the historical course of the formation of civilizations. Civilization and civilization were always challenging with savagery and violence. Rights have been the most important measure taken by human beings to prevent violence-based behavior. Thus, the law is inextricable from civilization and civilization. This museum is all about this fact.”
The national law museum shows that religions have played a role in forming the first legal systems. Referring to the eve of the one hundred and fifteenth anniversary of the Constitutional Revolution and the formation of the Constitution and its amendments, the Legal Vice President said:
“The result of political developments and the balance of different political and social forces in each country always show themselves in different legal documents. All the more reason to have such a nationwide museum in Iran.”
The purpose of establishing the National Museum Law in Iran is to record and document the legal experience of the people and government of Iran in the form of history.
The national law museum documents the historical and legal memory of Iran and links legal and historical research. The groundwork for the National Law Museum of Iran, which has collected over one million legal documents, was established after the President agreed to the proposal of the Vice President for Legal Affairs.
The purpose of this exhibition is to acquaint society with Iranian law through history and to show the legal achievements of the country. The opening of this museum was on the anniversary eve of Iran’s constitution revolution.