- 24 June 2020
- 15 h 00 min - 16 h 00 min
TagTime S01 E10 – Prof. Mohamed Abdel Wahab on “Good Faith and Neighbouring Doctrines: Conceptual Considerations and Practical Applications in International Arbitration”
Prof. Mohamed Abdel Wahab discussed “Good Faith and Neighbouring Doctrines: Conceptual Considerations and Practical Applications in International Arbitration” with Dr Kabir Duggal and Amanda Lee. The recording is available here. Prof. Mohamed Abdel Wahab was tagged by Cecilia Azar; he in turn tagged Vladimir Khvalei. This episode was also supported by the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA) and the DIFC-LCIA.
Prof. Mohamed Abdel Wahab is the Chair of the Private International law Department and Professor of International Arbitration at Cairo University. He is also: Vice President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration; Member of the ICCA Governing Board; Vice- Chair, IBA Arab Regional Forum; Member of the CRCICA Advisory Committee; Member of the Advisory Board, Mauritius International Arbitration Centre (MIAC); Member of the Board of Trustees of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb); Vice Chair, Academic Forum for Investor-State Dispute Settlement; Court Member of the CIMAC; Dean and Member of the Advisory Council of the Africa Arbitration Academy; and Member of the Governing Board of the International Council on Online Dispute Resolution (ICODR).
He is listed in all major legal directories as a star practitioner and a thought leader. He is listed in AFRICA’s 100 list of leading African arbitration practitioners, was selected by Africa Arbitration as the African Personality of June 2018 and by LACIAC (Lagos Chamber of Commerce International Arbitration Centre) as the Arbitration Personality in May 2019. He Received the LAW Magazine 2017 Award for the Best Legal Practitioner in Egypt, the 2018 ASA International Arbitration Advocacy Prize, the AYA Hall of Fame Award in London for the African Arbitrator of 2019, and, in February 2020, he received Lexology’s Client Choice International Award. He regularly writes and speaks on issues of international arbitration, and the leading treatise which he co-edits: ‘Online Dispute Resolution: Theory and Practice’ (2012), received the CPR Award for the Best Published Dispute Resolution Work (2013).