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Adjunct Professor, SJD Candidate Teaches in Qatar on Current Work
Adjunct Professor Mohamed Arafa took part in Harvard Law School’s Institute for Global Law and Policy 2013 Workshop in Doha, Qatar for two weeks in January. He presented his work in progress titled "Conventional and Unconventional Corruption in Post-Revolution Egypt: Time and Way to Reform."
Professor Arafa’s recent work titled "President Mursi’s Egypt Arab Spring: Does Egypt Continue to be a Civil State or under the Umbrella of Islamic (Sharie‘a) Law and Islamism?" 9 US- China L. Rev . 6 (Fall 2012) was recently published.
Professor Arafa is Assistant Professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice at Alexandria University Faculty of Law in Egypt, and an SJD candidate at IU McKinney. Professor Arafa was recently named to the editorial board of the United States-China Law Review as an “honored reviewer.”