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Yehya Badr

Associate Professor, Law
Vice Dean, College of law

College of Law

Major of Law - College of Law -D
y.badr@ubt.edu.sa

Dr. Yehya Badr did his SJD at Tulane Law School 2010, LLM at Cornell Law School 2007, Maters and LLB degree at the Faculty of Law, Alexandria University, LLB he is an Associate Professor at the College of Law at University for Business  & Technology, Jeddah, KSA. Before that, he was an Associate Professor at the Faculty of  Law, Alexandria University, and the acting head of the Private International Law department. He also held visiting position at the Arab Academy for Science and Technology (AAST) ,  Pharos University at Alexandria, Egypt (PUA), and Beirut Arab University (BAU).  He has 10 years of experience in teaching undergraduate students and postgraduate students in the following areas: Private International Law, International Commercial Arbitration, Commercial Law, Contracts and Torts, and Business Law for Non-law Students.  His main areas of research interest is: Private International Law,  Arbitration, International Business Transactions, Comparative Law

Private International Law, International Commercial Arbitration, Commercial Law, Contracts and Torts, Maritime Law

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Resolving Arab Capital Investment Disputes: The Aftermath of the Al-Kharafi Award’s Annulment by the Egyptian Courts

Dr. Yehya Ibrahim Badr,

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The Hague 2019 Convention for the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judicial Decisions: A Comparative Study

Yehya Ibrahim Badr,

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International Business Courts as a Forum for Adjudicating Private Aviation Disputes: The Opportunities and The Challenges

Yehya Ikram Ibrahim Badr,

Book Chapter

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Egyptian Perspectives on the Hague Principles

Yehya Badr,

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This article analyses the choice of law issues associated with setting aside an arbitral award under the Egyptian Arbitration Code (the Code), the challenges posed by applying the Code to arbitration conducted outside Egypt, and the lack of a clear criterion to define the Code’s scope of application. Choice of law issues – such as the law governing the parties’ capacity, the law governing the agreement to arbitrate and the applicable curial – are not addressed by defined choice of law rules. Under Egyptian law, there are several conflicting choices of rules. Finally, the article focuses on the Egyptian courts’ tendency to apply Egyptian law extraterritorially, either to protect Egyptian public policy or to apply Egyptian mandatory rules to determine the procedural validity of the arbitral award and the arbitration proceedings in general.

Yehya Badr,

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A Cure From Rome for Montreal’s Illness: Article 5 of the Rome I Regulation and Filling the Void in the 1999 Montreal Convention’s Regulation of Carrier’s Liability for Personal Injury

Yehya Badr,

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Sovereign Wealth Funds and Private International Law : An Analytical Study

Dr Yehya Badr ,

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Party Autonomy under the Egyptian Arbitration Code: The Freedoms and the Limits

Yehya Ikram Ibrahim Badr,

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Research Gate : https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Yehya-Badr-2/research

Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/yehyabadr5852574/

ORCID : https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1843-2429