Dr Mohamed Ramadan > Ibrachy & Dermarkar > Cairo, Egypt > Lawyer Profile

Ibrachy & Dermarkar
CAIRO 12311
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Work Department

Constructing Department
Labor & Social Insurance 
International Arbitration



Practice Focus

  • Construction
  • Commercial Transactions
  • Public International law


Mohamed joined Ibrachy & Dermarkar in 2013 as Partner after 7 years of vast experience at several leading international and local law firms in the United States, the United Kingdom and Egypt. Mohamed is also an Assistant Professor of Public International Law at Cairo University School of Law and an Adjunct Professor of International Law at American University in Cairo, where he taught courses on foreign direct investment and international arbitration. Mohamed taught Public International law at Maastricht University School of Law and University of Holy Spirit in Lebanon.

Mohamed worked for the United States’ Securities and Exchange Commission in Washington, D.C. in 2008, International Trade Group at Bryan Cave LLP (2008-2009) in Washington, DC. His experience includes general corporate, commercial, labor and employment, construction, and dispute resolution. He focuses on construction related matters and disputes. Mohamed heads the Construction Department at I&D “CD”. The CD specializes in all legal matters related to the construction industry.  CD deals with the various phases of the construction cycle. 

Mohamed represents multinational companies in dispute related matters before ICC, CRCICA and other arbitration institutions.  


Mohamed published numerous articles and books in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Egypt.


  • United States Bilateral Free Trade Agreements: Consistencies or Conflicts with Norms in the Middle East? Kluwer Law International, the Hague, August 2010 (in English).
  • Immunity of international organizations against all kinds of legal process, Cairo University, the Law School, Dar El Nahda El Arabiya, 2011 (in Arabic).
  • International Organizations, Cairo University Law School, Dar El Nahda El Arabiya 2012 (in Arabic).


English Articles: 

  • Mohamed R. Hassanien and Amos Jones, Egypt’s Competitive Liberalization in Services: Bilateral, Regional, and Multilateral, 16-SUM Currents: Int’l Trade L.J. 41.
  • Mohamed R. Hassanien, International Law Fights Terrorism in the Muslim world: A Middle Eastern Perspective, 36 Denv. J. Int’l L. & Pol’y 221. 
  • Mohamed R. Hassanien, Bilateral WTO-Plus Free Trade Agreements in the Middle East: A Case Study of OFTA in the Post-TRIPS Era, 8 Wake Forest Intell. Prop. L.J. 161.
  • Mohamed R. Hassanien, Bilateralism and Multilateralism: Can Public International Law Reconcile Between them, Real Options or Further Developments in WTO Jurisprudence, 7Asper Rev. Int’l Bus. & Trade L. 103. 
  • Mohamed R. Hassanien, Greening the Middle East: The regulatory framework of environment chapter of OFTA, Georgetown Environmental Law Review, Vol. XXIII Issue 4, Summer 2011. 

Arabic Articles:

  • The peaceful use of the nuclear energy in light of international law: a case study of the Iranian nuclear project, published on the Egyptian Society of International law, 2013 periodical no. 68.
  • The application of the fair and equitable treatment principle on investment disputes, published in the Law and Economics Journal at Cairo University, periodical no. 92, 2019.
  • The international framework of disguised reservations on multilateral treaties, published in the Law and Economics Journal at Cairo University, periodical no. 93, 2020.
  • The international responsibility of international organizations for human rights breaches, periodical 72, the Egyptian Society of International Law.
  • The legal restrictions on the right of states to construct dams on international rivers, a case study on the current crisis between Egypt and Ethiopia, periodical no. 94, published in the Law and Economics Journal at Cairo University.



Arabic & English.


  • Member of the New York State Bar
  • Member of the Egyptian Bar of Association,
  • Member of the Egyptian Society of International Law
  • Member of the American Society of International Law


  • D. in International Trade Law from The George Washington University Law School (2009)
  • M. International and Corporate Law – The George Washington University Law School (2006)
  • M. Public and Private Law – Cairo University – Faculty of law (2005)
  • LLB Top student – Cairo University – Faculty of law (English Department) (2003)

Lawyer Rankings

Egypt > Dispute resolution: litigation

Ibrachy & Dermarkar has a long track record in both domestic and international litigation, often representing multinational companies in sectors such as pharmaceuticals, energy, telecoms and aviation. The lead partners are Mohamed Ramadan, who is skilled in both litigation and corporate matters, and Bahieldin H. Z. Elibrachy, the managing partner and a specialist in disputes in the oil and has sector.