Dr. Moustafa Alameldin is a Counsel in the Firm’s International Arbitration Group.
Dr. Alameldin specializes in commercial and investment arbitration. He completed his Ph.D. thesis on “The International Jurisdiction of Antidumping Actions” at ALEXANDRIA UNIVERSITY, EGYPT.
Dr. Alameldin is experienced in prosecuting international arbitration proceedings. Prior to joining the Firm, Dr. Alameldin represented clients in a broad range of arbitration matters before leading arbitral institutions, including ICSID, ICC, LCIA, and CRCICA.
Dr. Alameldin’s recent experience includes representing a group of Kuwaiti investors in a half a billion-dollar ICC arbitration against an Egyptian port authority, representing a group of Spanish investors in a USD 500 million ICSID arbitration arising out of investments in one of Egypt’s biggest cement companies, representing an Egyptian investor in USD 53 million DIFC-LCIA three parallel arbitrations arising out of the breach of a 20 years package of Islamic finance agreements with a real estate investment trust in UAE, representing a French company in a USD 18 million CRCICA arbitration arising out of the breach of a sale of shares agreement.
Dr. Alameldin completed a first L.L.M from Robert H. McKinney School of Law, USA, and a second L.L.M (M2) from University Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas, Paris, France. He also received an LL.M. (Magistère) in International Business Law, (First Class Honours) at l’Institut de Droit des Affaires Internationales [IDAI], Egypt. Dr. Alameldin also completed an L.L.B and two Postgraduate Diplomas in Private Law and in Economic Laws from Alexandria University, Egypt. Dr. Alameldin also completed the “Private and Public International law Summer Courses” at the Hague Academy of International Law, Netherlands.
Dr. Alameldin is an attorney admitted to practice in Egypt and his working languages are English, French and Arabic