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Dr.Osama El Roubi Academic RankAssociate Professor

Specialization:

  • Civil Procedures Law

Research Interests:

  • Civil Procedures Law, Execution Procedures, Arbitration, Evidence Law, Judicial Organization

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PhD in the Civil procedure law from the Dijon University, France, October 2000 with excellent grade. with congratulations to the jury for the letter and the authorization to publish it without any modifications Postgraduate diploma in private law in May 1992, and in public law in May 1993 from the Faculty of Law, Cairo University, and holds the first rank in both diplomas. Bachelor of Laws from Cairo University - May 1990, grade: Excellent.
Associate Professor, Department of Private Law And Deputy Assistant Chancellor of the University of Sharjah for Branches / Khorfakkan Branch
Appointed to the position of Deputy Assistant Chancellor of the University of Sharjah for Branches Affairs / Khorfakkan Branch since 27/8/2019 until now. Appointed to the position of Principal Legal Adviser in the General Secretariat of the Office of His Highness the UAE Minister of Interior in August 2010 and resigned on 9/1/2011; - Appointed as the agent of the Attorney General in Egypt in 1993 and submitted his resignation in the same year; - Lawyer of the High Appeal and State Council, and registered in the Egyptian Bar Association tables since 2010 until now
He was appointed to the presidency and membership of several scientific and research committees, centers and councils, including: Presidency of the University of Sharjah Branch Council in Khorfakkan; Presiding over the strategy committee in the Khorfakkan branch, the professional development committee for members of the academic staff in the Khorfakkan branch, the professional development committee for members of the administrative body in the Khorfakkan branch, the community partnership committee in the Khorfakkan branch, the study schedules committee and the examination committee in the Khorfakkan branch, and the investigation committee for student violations of the Khorfakkan and Kalba branches. The Committee for the Conciliation and Arbitration Center Project at the College of Law - Sultan Qaboos University; The Quality Assurance and Accreditation Committee for Cairo Rights; Institute for International Business Law and the Center for Administrative Development with Rights in Cairo; Founding member of the Egyptian Procedure Law Association; Employees Disciplinary Council at Cairo University; Disciplinary Council for Teaching Assistants and Teaching Assistants at Sadat Academy for Administrative Sciences (Mandate) in Egypt.
Legislative development in methods of delivering judicial declaration And its effect on facilitating litigation procedures in the UAE Analytical study of the latest amendments to the UAE Civil Procedure Law and its implementing regulations
1-principle of the publicity of the trial between reality and expectations - a comparative study between French, Egyptian and Emirati laws, an arbitrated research and accepted for publication on 1/4/2019 in the forty-third issue - Part Three in the Journal of Legal Studies issued by the Faculty of Law at Assiut University. 2- The specificity of the procedural provisions for the air carrier liability lawsuit in accordance with international agreements and Egyptian law, an arbitrated research and accepted for publication on 3/8/2017 in the first issue of 2018 in the Journal of Law for Legal and Economic Research at Alexandria University. 5- Controls for the formation of the arbitration committee and the selection of arbitrators in engineering construction contract disputes - a comparative study in the Egyptian arbitration law and Arab and international arbitration systems, an arbitrator's research published in Law and Economy Journal, Issue 81, for the year 2009. 6- Principles and Procedures for Civil Evidence in the UAE Legal System, First Edition Including Provisions of the Laws of Evidence, Transactions, E-Commerce and the Most Recent Judgments of Supreme Courts in the United Arab Emirates, Arab Renaissance House, Cairo, 2014. 3- Guarantees of the independence of the judiciary - a comparative study between the legal systems in Egypt, the Emirates, the Sultanate of Oman and Germany, a joint research, refereed and accepted for publication in the Journal of Legal and Economic Research issued by the Faculty of Law, Mansoura University, in the fifty-eighth issue October 2015. 4- Procedural problems for the electronic signature before the civil judiciary - a comparative study between the Egyptian, French, Omani and Emirati laws, a refereed and accepted research for publication in the Journal of Security and Law at the Dubai Police Academy on 4/27/2014. 5- Controls for the formation of the arbitration committee and the selection of arbitrators in engineering construction contract disputes - a comparative study in the Egyptian arbitration law and Arab and international arbitration systems, an arbitrator's research published in Law and Economy Journal, Issue 81, for the year 2009. 6- Principles and Procedures for Civil Evidence in the UAE Legal System, First Edition Including Provisions of the Laws of Evidence, Transactions, E-Commerce and the Most Recent Judgments of Supreme Courts in the United Arab Emirates, Arab Renaissance House, Cairo, 2014. 7- Judgments, orders and methods of appealing against them, according to the most recent amendments to the Egyptian Procedure Law, Dar Al-Nahda Al-Arabiya, Cairo, First Edition 2009. 8- The rules of civil procedures and judicial organization in the Sultanate of Oman, Dar Al-Nahda Al-Arabiya, Cairo, First Edition 2009. 9- Compulsory execution on real estate in accordance with the provisions of the Real Estate Finance Law, First Edition, Arab Renaissance House, 2006.
Supervision, arbitration and discussion of a large number of academic theses for masters and doctorates, and graduate research at the Universities of Sharjah and Sultan Qaboos, For example: - - Effects of judicial Judgments Finalizing Dispute Pursuant to the UAE's Civil Procedures Law Comparative Study - - The arbitrator's action according to the UAE Arbitration Law comparative study - The role of the Public Prosecution in civil disputes - comparative study between the UAE and Egyptian laws. - Procedures Of Proof In Arbitration Dispute In Accordance With UAE Law - - The specificity of implementation procedures in matters of personal status in the United Arab Emirates law A comparative study.
He is the recipient of many scientific awards and certificates of appreciation, including: The Best Researcher Award for the Academic Year 2010 from Sultan Qaboos University, Sultanate of Oman; The Ideal Professor Award for the year 2005 from the Faculty Members Club at Cairo University, and a certificate of appreciation for excellence in the academic coordination of the College of Law for the two branches of the University of Sharjah, Khorfakkan and Kalba for the academic year 2016/2017.
Deputy Assistant Chancellor of the University of Sharjah for Branches / Khorfakkan Branch; And participated in organizing many seminars, workshops and exhibitions on community service in the UAE; Participated in a number of committees to prepare and discuss draft laws in the United Arab Emirates; Teaching assistant judges in courses prepared with the knowledge of the Omani Ministry of Justice, to scientifically prepare them to take up the judicial position, during the academic years 2007/08 and 2008/2009; He was assigned to work in the Information Center headed by the Egyptian Council of Ministers 1995/1996 to work in the last phase of building the national base for legislation, from 1995 until the end of 1996; Participated in organizing and managing many meetings and seminars related to student activities at the universities of Cairo and Sultan Qaboos in the Sultanate of Oman and King Faisal in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and was appointed as a leader for the Cultural Committee in the Union of Law Faculty of Cairo University students from 2002 until 2007, Editor-in-chief of the first cultural magazine issued by the Cultural Committee of the Faculty of Law, Cairo University, under the name (Journal of Law); And a consultant for the Student Scientific Society at the College of Law, University of Sharjah (Khorfakkan Branch) for the academic year 2014/2015.
Preparing and developing a sound legal faculty among law students; Ensuring the development of students' ability to analyze and devise sound legal solutions. Emphasizing students that the educational process is not an instructional process, but rather a participatory process in which both parties enjoy positive. Ensuring the upholding of the values of knowledge, education, justice, respect for law and community values, and respect for time; Ensure the use of modern teaching methods. Emphasizing the need for multiple learning sources. Following up on the latest developments in the field of specialization at the domestic and international levels.
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