Dr. Mattar has worked in over 75 countries to promote state compliance with international human rights standards and has advised governments on drafting and implementing anti-trafficking legislation. He participated in drafting the United Nations model law on trafficking in persons and he authored the Inter-Parliamentarian Handbook on the appropriate responses to trafficking in persons.
Dr. Mattar currently teaches courses on international and comparative law and has authored numerous publications for law reviews and the United Nations on international human rights and Islamic law, trafficking in persons and reporting mechanisms.
He received his Doctor of Juridical Sciences (SJD) and Master of Laws (LLM) from Tulane University, his Master of Comparative Law (MCL) from the University of Miami, and his License en Droit (LLB) from Alexandria University.
- Legal Ethics for the Legal Profession
- International Trafficking in Persons
- Comparative Law: The Islamic Legal System
- Investment and Trade Laws of the Middle East
- Arbitration – Alexandria University – Faculty of Law
- Comparative Contract Law – Alexandria University Faculty of Law
- International Human Rights Clinic: International Law & Organizations Program & The Protection Project
- Corporate Social Responsibility
sep 28, 2008 –
“All around the world human rights are violated and abused on a daily basis. If we do not act, who will? It is time for all of us to join forces in the global fight for human rights. – Dr. Mohamed Mattar