AL-GAZZAR, Alia Osama Salah Mohamed Ahmed (Class of 2011), Graduate Teaching Assistant, Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport, 7 Elfostat Street, Cleopatra, Alexandria, Egypt

Email: alia_algazzar [at] yahoo [dot] com or alia [dot] algazzar [at] graduateinstitute [dot] ch or alia [dot] algazzar [at] mids [dot] ch

Dissertation: An Analysis of the Relationship between the LLMC Convention and the Conventions Relating to Carriage of Goods by Sea

Drafting Project: Law on the Incorporation of the 2010 Protocol to the International Convention on Liability and Compensation for Damage in Connection with the Carriage of Hazardous and Noxious Substances by Sea, 1996 into the Egyptian Law


El-DIWANY, Ibrahim Ahmed Ibrahim (Class of 2009), Second Secretary Diplomat, International Conventions and Legal Affairs Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 22, Dr. El Mahraky Street, Aswan Square, Agouza, Egypt

Tel: (002) 0161 1164 23

Emailborhom1978 [at] yahoo [dot] com

Dissertation: Towards the Protection of Egypt's Marine Environment from Pollution: A Legal Analysis of the International, Regional and National Framework

Drafting Project: Law on Maritime Search and Rescue


EL-HABASHY, Mahmoud Faisal Mahmoud (Class of 2015), Diplomatic Attaché, 388, El Geish Road, Zezenia, Alexandria, Egypt

Emailmahmoud_faisal [at] live [dot] com

Dissertation: Maritime Terrorism in Bab El-Mandab Strait and its Effect on Egypt’s National Security

Drafting Project: A Law to Incorporate the International Convention on the Establishment of an International Fund for Compensation for Oil Pollution Damage, 1992, and the Amendments of the Limits of Compensation, 2000


ELSAMAN ABO-ASHARA, Radwa (Class of 2005), Assistant Professor/Legal Consultant Cairo University, Egypt

Tel: (20) 1150 2029 97; Mob: (20) 1052 69916; Fax: (20) 5727 187

Emailradwaelsaman760 [at] hotmail [dot] com or r [dot] elsaman [at] cu [dot] edu [dot] eg

Dissertation: Settlement of Disputes under the UNCLOS 1982 with detailed study of the Process of Arbitration

Drafting Project: Implementation of the 1992 CLC & Fund Convention as Amended into the Legal System of the Arab Republic of Egypt


ILSHAHALY, Islam Abdelkarim Ali (Class of 2017), Legal Adviser, Egyptian Maritime Authority, Egypt

Tel: (20) 3522 1720 or (20) 1065 7252 29; Mob: (20) 0993 30650

EmailIslambahary [at] yahoo [dot] com

Dissertation: A Review of the Implementation of ISPS Code at the Port of Alexandria, Egypt

Drafting Project: A Ministerial Decree to Incorporate the Casualty Investigation Code of the International Standards and Recommended Practices for a Safety Investigation into a Marine Casualty or Marine Incident into the Egyptian Legal System


KAMAL IBRAHIM, Aya Hassan (Class of 2018), Third Secretary, Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Nile Corniche, Maspiro, Cairo, Egypt

Tel: (20) 1000 5429 02

Emailayakamalibrahim [at] gmail [dot] com

Dissertation: An Analysis of the Legal Challenges in the Prosecution of Pirates

Drafting Project: Law to Incorporate the Nairobi International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks, 2007 into the Laws of Egypt and to Provide for the Effective Implementation Thereof


NASR, Nihal Mohamed Hassan (Class of 2014), Legal Researcher, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 10, Mohamed Morsit Street, El Haram Giza, Egypt

Tel: (20) 1228 9243 33; Mob: (20) 1228 9243 33

Emailnihalhassan [at] hotmail [dot] fr

Dissertation: A Critical Analysis of the Exclusive Economic Zone Boundary Delimitation in the Mediterranean in the Light of the Maritime Delimitation Agreement between Egypt and Cyprus

Drafting Project: A Law to Incorporate the 2005 Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts Against the Safety of Maritime Navigation (2005 SUA Convention) and the 2005 Protocol to the 1988 Protocol for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts Against the Safety of Fixed Platforms Located on the Continental Shelf (2005 SUA Protocol) into the Laws of Egypt

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