Mohamed A. ‘Arafa | Counselour – ICCS/Egypt

It is with great honor that we announce the entry of the new ICCS Counselor: Mohamed A. ‘Arafa (ICCS/Egypt).

Curriculum Vitae:

Adjunct Professor of Islamic Law, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law (USA)

Assistant Professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Alexandria University Faculty of Law (Egypt)

Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, University of Brasília School of Law (UnB)

Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS)

Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), 2006, Alexandria University, Faculty of Law (“English” Department), Alexandria, Egypt
Master of Laws (LL.M.) in American Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, 2008, University of Connecticut School of Law
Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D.), 2013, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.

He authored several law reviews articles in numerous U.S. journals on Corruption and Anti-bribery Law; Anti-Money Laundering Law; Economic, White-Collar, and International Crimes; Islamic Law; Islamic Criminal Law; Comparative Criminal Law; Middle Eastern and Egyptian Politics. Furthermore, Professor ‘Arafa focuses his teaching and scholarship in the areas of Criminal Law; Advanced Criminal Procedures; Corporate Crimes; White Collar Crimes; Criminal Evidences, Authentication, and Forensic Science; Criminology and Penology; Therapeutic Jurisprudence (“TJ”); Islamic Law; Islamic Criminal Law; International Criminal Law; International Human Rights Law, and Humanitarian Law.

Professor ‘Arafa is also a Visiting Professor of Business Law at the Arab Academy for Science, Technology, and Maritime Transport (College of Business Management). Moreover, Professor ‘Arafa is a permanent member of The Arab Society for Commercial and Maritime Law; Council on International Law and Politics; The American Bar Association (ABA); The American Bar Association (ABA) Dispute Resolution, Business Law, and Educational Committees Program; and The Egyptian American Rule of Law Association. Recently, he qualified and was certified as a Civil and Domestic Mediator under Indiana Alternative Dispute Resolution (A.D.R.) Rule 25. In addition, he recently has been named to the editorial board of the United States-China Law Review as an “Honored Reviewer” and “Editor-in-Chief/Managing Editor” of the Arab Law Quarterly Journal in London. Both journals are published by David and Brill Publishing Companies.