Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab

Mohamed  S. Abdel Wahab

Dr. Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab (MCIArb.), Licence en Droit (CAI), LL.M. (CAI), CIArb Dip. International Commercial Arbitration (Balliol College, Oxford University), MPhil and Ph.D (Manchester University, UK), is an Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law (Cairo University, Egypt).  He is a Founding Partner of Zulficar & Partners where he serves as the head of the Firm’s International Arbitration and Project Finance/PPP Groups. Dr. Abdel Wahab is an approved Tutor, Vice-Chairman of the Cairo branch of theChartered Institute of Arbitrators, and Chair of the Institute’s Technology Committee.  Dr. Abdel Wahab also holds a number of visiting posts in Egypt, the UK, and the USA. He is currently a Fellow of the Centre for Technology and Dispute Resolution at the University of Massachusetts, USA and Adjunct Professor and Faculty Coordinator for the Indiana University LL.M. Program in Business and Comparative Law (Egypt). Dr. Abdel Wahab is a Senior Counselor for International Legal Affairs and International Contracts at the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA). He regularly appears as arbitrator, expert, and counsel in major ad-hoc and institutional arbitral proceeding ssubject to Egyptian and foreign laws such as English,F rench, Emirati, Saudi and Swiss Laws, where he has prosecuted arbitral proceedings across diverse investment and commercial spectrums. Dr. Abdel Wahab is also a CEDR accredited mediator, member of the LCIA Arab Users Council, and Mediation Consultant to the World Bank. He is a leading ODR scholar, who holds over forty-five prizes for academic achievement, and has widely published in learned international journals and is a regular speaker in national and internationa lconferences on International Commercial Arbitration, Online Dispute Resolution, Private International Law, Project Finance and PPPs, and IT Law.

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Articles and Video:

Arbitration Conversation No. 6: Amy interviews Mohamed Abdel Wahab of the Cairo University Faculty of Law (06/26/20)
Check out the latest episode of The Arbitration Conversation where Amy Schmitz interviews Mohamed Abdel Wahab on arbitration in Egypt.

ODR Theory and Practice: Table of Contents, Forward, Introduction & First Chapter: ODR Past, Present & Future (05/21/14)
As a service to the ADR and ODR fields, is honored to make the book "Online Dispute Resolution: Theory and Practice" by Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab, Ethan Katsh and Daniel Rainey ( Eds.) available. We here begin with the Forward, Introduction and First Chapter of "Online Dispute Resolution: Theory and Practice."

ODR and e-Arbitration – Trends & Challenges (05/17/13)
This chapter is divided into five sections. In section 1, the author sheds light on the conceptual framework of e-arbitration. In section 2, the issues pertaining to the e- arbitration agreement are scrutinized. Section 3 focuses on e-arbitral proceedings and section 4 addresses e-arbitral awards. Section 5 provides an overview of some e-arbitration projects and initiatives. Finally, the author offers some concluding observations,

ODR in Africa (04/01/13)
Technologic implementation in traditional dispute resolution schemes, as well as the creation of new forms of technology based processes, is still at its inception in the overwhelming majority of African States.