The Cairo University Faculty of Law was established in 1868, and before joining the Egyptian University in 1925 it was a school called the School of Management and Al-Alsun. The school of administration was separated from the Al-Alsun school. The school of administration was known by this name until a decision was issued to call it the School of Law. The School of Law became a law school in 1925 by the Belgian George Merzbach , and the students of the college when it joined the University of Cairo 980 students.