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Interview with Egyptian Lawyer Karim Hafez (Part II): The Challenges of Establishing a Premier Law Practice in Egypt

Interview by Tamer Mallat – 2 July 2013

Karim Hafez

Karim Hafez

Karim Hafez is one of the leading lawyers in the Middle East, and is Senior Partner and founder of Hafez Law Firm, a premier trial firm and arbitration practice based out of Cairo, Egypt with offices in Paris, Doha and Jeddah. He obtained his PhD in law from Cambridge University, and has held teaching positions at Harvard Law School and the American University in Cairo, where he is currently Adjunct Professor of Law. ArabsThink has had the opportunity to interview Karim Hafez about his experience in practicing law in Egypt and on Egypt’s dangerous economic situation (Part I, click here for interview). The interview was conducted in June 2013. Continue reading

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Interview with Egyptian Lawyer Karim Hafez (Part I): A Lawyer’s Perspective on Egypt’s Economic Woes

Interview by Tamer Mallat – 2 July 2013

Karim Hafez

Karim Hafez

Karim Hafez is one of the leading lawyers in the Middle East, and is Senior Partner and founder of Hafez Law Firm, a premier trial firm and arbitration practice based out of Cairo, Egypt with offices in Paris, Doha and Jeddah. He obtained his PhD in law from Cambridge University, and has held teaching positions at Harvard Law School and the American University in Cairo, where he is currently Adjunct Professor of Law. ArabsThink  had the opportunity to interview Karim Hafez about his experience in practicing law in Egypt (Part II, click here for interview) and on Egypt’s dangerous economic situation. The interview was conducted in June 2013. Continue reading

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