Amel Makhlouf

Amel Makhlouf

French Qualified Lawyer

Firm or Organisation
Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

Present Position
French Qualified Lawyer - Dispute Appointment Service, CIArb

Type of Practitioner
Counsel, Lawyer

Nationality
french

Country of Residence
United Kingdom

Practice Areas
Arbitration, Commercial Law

Experience
International Arbitration & Dispute Resolution - Banking & Finance - Islamic Law & Islamic Finance

Bar Admission
French Bar

Education
Universite Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne / Queen Mary University of London / Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment (Londres) / Ecole Superieure des Affaires (Beirut) / Harvard Law School (PhD Visting Researcher)

Publications
Books: Upcoming publication (July. 2019), ‘Islamic Finance - Between Religious Norms and Legal Practice', July 2019 / November 2015, L’émergence d’un droit international de la finance islamique: origines, formation et intégration en droit français, Paris: IRJS, 2015, 308 p.

Teaching
Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne / Institute for Research and Studies on the Mediterranean and the Middle East (iReMMO, Paris)

Other Information
Not available

CV
Not available

Email
Amel.Makhlouf@univ-paris1.fr

Professional Address

Address
12 14 Bloomsbury Square, WC1A 2LP.

City
London

Country
United Kingdom

Telephone
Not available

Mobile
Not available

Email
Amel.Makhlouf@univ-paris1.fr

Site
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Languages

  • French : Native Fluency
    • Conduct DR proceedings
    • Represent clients as an advocate in DR proceedings
    • Testify orally
    • Draft opinions, reports, agreements, decisions, orders or awards
    • Understand written documents
  • English: Native Fluency
    • Conduct DR proceedings
    • Represent clients as an advocate in DR proceedings
    • Testify orally
    • Draft opinions, reports, agreements, decisions, orders or awards
    • Understand written documents
  • Spanish: Proficient
    • Testify orally
    • Draft opinions, reports, agreements, decisions, orders or awards
    • Understand written documents