The Institute of law and justice in Arab societies

The Institute

The Institute of law and justice in Arab societies (IEDJA) was launched under the sponsorship of the Institute of higher judicial studies (IHEJ). IEDJA aims to bring together renowned legal personalities known for their intellectual and professional legal expertise on Arab societies.

IEDJA is an apolitical organisation and its ethos is to observe, facilitate, and allow for informed discussions of law and justice in the Arab-speaking region. As a non-profit, private organisation, IEDJA finances its activities from grants and contributions from partners and members.

About us

Chair Ahmed el Koshery, President (2013-2019) Law professor and international arbitrator, Ahmed Al Koshery was appointed to the Egyptian Council of State in 1952. At the age of twenty, he became the youngest Egyptian to work in the Council alongside the eminent legal expert El Sanhoury. He obtained his Ph. D in 1962 with the […]

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Through our IEDJA website, our goal is to create a forum for exchange – a free forum that seeks to generate information, publications, comments and opinions on the evolution of law in Arab countries. This virtual meeting space is open to legal professionals with a personal connection to the region. It is open for those […]

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Fellow researchers

Amr Soliman A lawyer by training, Amr Soliman holds a master’s degree in comparative international private law from the University of Jean Moulin Lyon III. He is a doctoral candidate from the same university. Amr joined IHEJ in March 2013 where he was responsible for the Arab countries development programme. Before joining IHEJ, Amr Soliman […]

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Join us

To join the Institute click here or send the following by mail at: IEDJA, IHEJ, 8 rue chanoinesse. 75004 Paris France. Documents 1- CV 2- Registration form 3- Payment method* *Registration fees are set at 50 euros or 15 euros for students and job seekers

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