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Click here to enlarge.   Mohamed S. ABDEL WAHAB IAI Member   
Zulficar & Partners Law Firm
Nile City Building, South Tower, 8th Floor
2005A Corniche El Nile
Ramley Beaulac, 11221
Egypt - Cairo
Tel: +202.2461.2161/2/3/4 (Office)
Tel: +202.2461.2160 (Direct)
Fax: +202.2461.2165

Languages   Arabic (native); English (fluent); French (working knowledge)
Nationality   Egypt
Bar Admission   Egypt
Education   Manchester University (PhD - 2004; MPhil - 2001); Cairo University (Licence en Droit - 1998; Post-graduate diploma in Private Law - 1999; Post-graduate diploma in International Law - 2000; LLM - 2000); CIArb
Associate Professor of Law - Cairo University (Private International Law, International Investment, Commercial Arbitration and Comparative Law); Adjunct Professor of Law - Indiana University; Fellow - Centre for Information Technology and Dispute Resolution, University of Massachusetts (International Commercial Arbitration, Private International Law, Comparative Contract Law and Anglo-American Legal Systems)
as Arbitrator  
Sole arbitrator or member of the tribunal in domestic and international arbitration proceedings, ad hoc and under the Rules of the ICC, CRCICA, DIAC and CIETAC
as Counsel  
Numerous international arbitrations, under the Rules of the ICC, CRCICA, LCIA, SIAC, LMAA and ICDR-AAA (telecommunication, construction, oil and gas, investment and finance)
Relating to  
• Public Policy as a Fundamental Legal Conception Precluding the Application of Foreign Law in the Age of Globalization (Eleven International Publishing, 2012)

• Online Dispute Resolution: Theory and Practice (M. Abdel Wahab, E. Katsh, D. Rainey eds., Eleven International Publishing, 2012)

• "Brexit's Chilling Effect on Choice of Law and Arbitration in the United Kingdom: Practical Reflections Between Aggravation and Alleviation," 33 J. Int'l. Arb. 463 (2016)

• "Iura Novit Arbiter in International Commercial Arbitration: The Known Unknown," in Festschrift Ahmed Sadek El-Kosheri From the Arab World to the Globalization of International Law and Arbitration 3 (M. Abdel Raouf, P. Leboulanger, N. Ziadé eds., Kluwer, 2016)

• "Egypt," in Enforcement of Treaty Arbitration Awards: A Global Guide 201 (J. Fouret ed., Global Law and Business, 2015)

• "The Law Applicable to Technology Transfer Contracts and Egyptian Conflict of Laws: A Triumph of Nationalism over Internationalism?," 12 Yearbook Private Int'l L. 457 (2010)

• "Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Egypt: Exequatur Requirements between Law and Regulation – Mitigating the Risks," 16(1) IBA Committee D Newsletter 132 (2011)

• "Extension of arbitration agreement to third parties: A never ending legal quest through the spatial-temporal continuum," in Conflict of Laws in International Arbitration 137 (F. Ferrari, S. Kroll eds., Sellier International Publishers, 2010)

• "Time Limit and Arbitral Awards: Legal Considerations and Party Autonomy," J. Arb. No. 8, at 611 (2010)

• "Impartiality and Independence in Arbitration: A Commentary on the Egyptian Court of Appeal Decisions," J. Arb. No. 6, at 522 (2010)

• "Theory and Practice of Construing the Provisions of the Egyptian Arbitration Act: A Commentary on the Court of Cassation Decisions," J. Arb. No. 4, (2009)

• "International Commercial Arbitration and Constitutional Court Review: Contemporary Trends and National Policies," 11(3) Int’l Arb. L. Rev. 118 (2008)

• "Trends in Document Production in Egypt and the Arab World," in Document Production in International Arbitration 7 (ICC Pub. No. 676, Kluwer, 2006) (with A. El Kosheri)

• "Cultural Globalization and Public Policy: Exclusion of Foreign Law In The Global Village," in Law and Sociology 360 (M. Freeman ed., OUP, 2006)

• "The Global Information Society and Online Dispute Resolution: A New Dawn for Dispute Resolution," 21(2) J. Int’l Arb. 143 (2004)

• "Does Technology Emasculate Trust? Confidentiality and Security Concerns in Online Arbitration," in Using Technology to Resolve Business Disputes 43 (ICC Pub. No. 667, Kluwer, 2004)

• "Globalisation and ODR: Dynamics of Change in E-Commerce Dispute Settlement," 12(1) Int'l J.L. Info. and Tech. 123 (2004)

• "The Law Applicable to Arbitration Agreements in Comparative Private International Law," 2000(3) Arab J. of Arb.

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