Dr Mona Mansour
has 20 years of experience in legal fields, having previously practised as a lawyer in New Caledonia (South Pacific), and counselling in environmental and mining matters. She now extensively practises commercial arbitration in Cairo, co-handling disputes in all stages of proceedings, from assessing the case to drafting submissions and pleading. She publishes specialised papers on subjects such as the execution in Egypt of foreign arbitral awards and the New York Convention (Journal of Arab Arbitration), and sits on several panels, including the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration – Sharm El Sheikh VI and the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum. She has a PhD in capital markets regulations from the University of Paris I and an MBA from Paris Dauphine University. She is admitted to the French Bar and is an alumna of the Paris Arbitration Academy.
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