Notes on Contributors

Zabihullah Obaidy is an assistant professor at Jawzjan University
School of Law and Political Science, Afghanistan, where he teaches
International Trade Law and Law of Contracts and serves as an advisor
in the legal clinic. In 2016, he earned an LL.M. from University of
Washington School of Law.
Shams Al Din Al Hajjaji is a judge at North Cairo Primary Court,
Egypt. Mr. Al Hajjaji started his career as a lawyer. en, he joined the
public prosecution bureau at the Egyptian Ministry of Justice. He holds
a Doctorate degree (JSD) from University of California, Berkeley Law
School (UC-Berkeley). In addition, he also holds three masters degree
(LLM) from UC-Berkeley, American University in Cairo, and Cairo
University (where he also earned his LLB).
Zhe Huang received her SJD from University of Wisconsin Law School
in 2015.
Raphaela Maciel Ladeia is a Brazilian lawyer and researcher, with
articles published internationally. She holds an LL.M. from Columbia
Law School, where she was awarded both the Parker School Certicate
in International and Comparative Law and the Harlan Fiske Stone
Scholar Award. She also holds a specialization in Civil Law and Business
Management. She has legal experience working for law rms and as
an in-house counsel. She is uent in Portuguese, English, Spanish and
Ian Yuying Liu is an undergraduate student at Monash University. Ian’s
research interest in international law stems from his participation in
the Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition and
Willem C. Vis International Arbitration Moot. Ian is grateful for his
academic mentors and the intellectual community at the Faculty of
Law, Monash University.

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