Mohamed Arafa, SJD '13, Invited by League of Arab States to Speak at Symposium
Mohamed Arafa, S.J.D. ’13, was invited by the League of Arab States to speak at a symposium titled “Arab Model Laws: The Concept, Successful Models, and An Agenda for the Future” in Casablanca, Morocco, June 18-19. Arafa’s panel had the topic “Arab Model Law Against Corruption: A Future Agenda for Arab States within Arab Spring Revolutions.”
Arafa also contributed a chapter to Professor Frank Emmert’s latest book, “Corporate Social Responsibility in Comparative Perspective.” His chapter is titled “Corporate Social Responsibility and the Fight Against Corruption within January 25, 2011, Revolution in Egypt.” The book was published by the Council on International Law and Politics Chicago in 2014.
Arafa is an assistant professor of criminal law and criminal justice at Alexandria University Faculty of Law in Egypt. He will teach Islamic law as an adjunct professor at IU McKinney in Spring 2015.