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Mr Mohammed ALEisa

Emailmieale@essex.ac.uk
Biography

  • The General Organisation for Social Insurance (GOSI), worked as a legal Adviser.
  • Maintenance Forces Command of the Ministry of Defence, worked as a lawyer and legal researcher.
  • Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, worked as a Labour Complaints Investigator.
  • Dr. Ibrahim Al-Eissa Law Firm, worked as a lawyer.
  • The Saudi Investment Bank, worked as a trainee prior graduation.
Qualifications

  • LL.M. in International Trade Law, University of Essex, the UK. 2010.
  • Graduate Diploma in English for Academic Purposes, University of Essex, the UK. 2009.
  • LL.B. Law, King Saud University, Riyadh. 2000.
Study areas

  • International Commercial Arbitration.
  • International Trade Law.
  • Commercial Law.
  • Islamic Sharia Law.
SupervisorDr. Youseph Farah
Thesis titleA critical analysis of the legal issues concerning commercial arbitration in Saudi Law in light of Islamic Sharia law and International practice.

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