How has Education in the Middle East and North Africa evolved to keep up with progressive digital and regulatory requirements of the times?
From the rise of AI in the classroom to the strong international interest in the regions education market the sector continues to undergo major transformation.
Our latest Law Update
, titled “Brushstrokes of Law: Painting the Future”, takes a deep dive into these latest developments. In this issue, we explore:
We also feature a special section on our collaboration with the Mawaheb Art Studio, a unique creative space for People of Determination, and the artwork you see through the pages of this edition is a reflection of the students creativity.
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Mohamed Gohar is a lawyer at the Litigation & legislations Department, Al Tamimi & Company in Riyadh. Previously, Gohar worked in Egypt and then moved to the Saudi Arabia to work with several Ministries for about 15 years, prior to joining Al Tamimi & Company.
He has more than twenty five years’ experience in provision of legal consultations to several government entities whether in Egypt (Tourism Development Authority) or in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Ministry of Tourism and Ministry of Municipalities and Rural Affairs and Housing) in the field of development, tourism and municipal investment, municipalities and amanat governance, such as drafting, reviewing and amendment of legislations, incorporation of State and Municipalities owned companies and drafting their bylaws.
Gohar has vast experience in administrative and commercial cases and contracts.
Gohar has participated in drafting several regulations in the tourism field such as (General Tourist Locations Regulation, Tourist Accommodation Facilities Regulation, Travel and Tourist Agencies Regulation, Tourist Guidance, Tourist Picnics Organizers Regulation and others). Gohar has participated also in drafting the bylaws, regulations and laws of several Saudi Ministries and Authorities (Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Hajj and others).
His experience includes also drafting companies’ incorporation legislations, preparation of statements of claims, objection, appeal and reply statements, agreements and contracts.
1991 – LLB, Faculty of Law, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt.
1993 – Egyptian Bar Association