Current Positions :
1-Professor and Chairman of the Department of International Law and former Dean, Faculty of Law, Benha University Benha, Egypt.
2-Vice-Chancellor of The World Academy of Letters, U.S.A. (February 2010,--. Permanent Position).
Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D.), The George Washington University, with all Honors, Rights and Privileges, U.S.A.,1981. Subject of the Dissertation is "the International Status of Foreign Investment Arbitration Agreements: Validity and Viability, Legal and Policy Implications of the Relationship between Developed and Developing Countries".
- LL.M.degree, Harvard Law School, U.S.A., 1978.
- LL.M., Cairo University, Egypt, 1974-75.
- LL.B., Cairo University, Egypt, 1973.
Other Positions :
1- Socratic Chair of Humanities and Philosophy for Achievements in International Law, The World Academy of Letters, U.S.A. 2004 --.
2- Deputy Director General of the International Biographical Centre (I.B.C.), Cambridge, England, 2001 --.
3-Hon. Director General of the International Biographical Centre (I.B.C.), Cambridge, England,21st January 2008--.
4- Deputy Governor of the American Biographical Institute (A.B.I.), U.S.A., 2001 -.
5- A.B.I Minister of , Culture for Lifetime in Recognition of Professional
Achievement and Focused Energy that Empower the World to Greater
Understanding and Unity, Feb. 2003 --.
6- Appointed as a Sovereign Ambassador in the Order of American Ambassadors, selected on the basis of Outstanding achievements, and continuous display of honor, dedication and influence to all; A.B.I. 2006--.
7- Advisor, Harvard International Experience Program.
8- Attorney at law accepted to practice before all supreme courts and all other Courts in Egypt.
9- Advised a number of Governmental Agencies in Egypt on various Arbitration Issues and disputes.
1- Lecturer and Instructor of International Law, Faculty of Law, Mansoura University, Mansoura, Egypt, 1973-1982.
2- Assistant professor of international law 1982-1996.
3- Director of the Center for Comparative Legal Studies, Mansoura University, 1997-99.
4- Vice-Dean for Graduate Studies and Research, Faculty of Law, Mansoura University, 2001-2004.
5- Vice-Dean for Community Service and Environmental Affairs, Benha Faculty of Law,2004-2006.
6- Participated in curricular developments in a number of American law schools and Arab and Egyptian faculties of law.
7- Visiting Professor at a number of American universities.
8- Member in a number of university evaluation committees in various countries.
9- Participated in many international , regional and local conferences and seminars on various legal, political, economic and other issues.
10- Selected to be a member of the U.S. Presidential Committee on U.S.-Islamic Relations, 1980-81.
Honours and Awards : Most important are the following :
1- Privileged to be invited to meet with the President of the United States, Feb. 1980, and selected to be a member in the White House Committee on U.S.-Islamic Relations, 1980-81.
2- Peace Tree Award , 1978, U.S.A.
3- Egyptian Government Award.
4- World Peace Through Law Conference, Member (Worldwide).
5- Professors for World Peace Member and Patron (Worldwide).
6- International Federation for World Peace Patron (Worldwide).
7- Granted the “International Personality of the Year Award: 2001” by the International Biographical Centre (I.B.C.), Cambridge, England .
8- Granted the “21st Century Award for Achievement” by International Biographical Centre (I.B.C.), Cambridge, England (2001).
9- Selected to be a fellow of the International Biographical Association, Cambridge England, 2001.
10- Selected by the American Biographical Institute (ABI) to be among The 500 Leaders of Influence, the most exceptional 500 leaders of the World who have made significant contributions to society and professions all over the World 2001.
11- Selected by IBC to be its Deputy Director General for Africa 2001.
12- Selected to be an Eminent Fellow of the ABI for Superb Achievements within the Community of Mankind, A.B.I. 2001.
13- 21st Century Award for Achievements, American Biographical Institute (A.B.I.), U.S.A., 2001.
14- Deputy Governor of the American Biographical Institute (A.B.I.), U.S.A., 2001 --.
15- Included in the “2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21st Century” published 2002 by International Biographical Centre (I.B.C.), Cambridge, England .
16- Included in the “2000 Outstanding Scholars of the 21st Century” published 2002 by International Biographical Centre (I.B.C.), Cambridge, England .
17- Included in Great Minds of the 21st Century and in the section reserved for Greatest Minds, published by the American Biographical Institute (A.B.I.), U.S.A., 2002.
18- Granted the American Medal of Honor for significant accomplishments in World Peace Law 2002.
19- Granted the International Peace Prize by the United Cultural Convention of the United States of America, 2002.
20- Included in International Biographical Association Directory, Millennium Edition 2002 – 2003, Published by I.B.A., Cambridge, England.
21- Included in International Register of Profiles 12th Anniversary Edition, published by I.B.C., 2003.
22- A.B.I Minister of Culture for Lifetime in Recognition of Professional
Achievement and Focused Energy that Empower the World to Greater
Understanding and Unity, Feb. 2003 .
23- International Legal Professional of the year 2004, International Biographical Centre (I.B.C.), Cambridge, England. 2004.
24- World Medal of Freedom (2004) for great achievements in Human Rights A.B.I., U.S.A.
25- A.B.I. Noble Laureate (2004) for Achievements in International Humanitarian Law, A.B.I., U.S.A.
26- Included among the Leading Intellectuals of the World, Published by the A.B.I, U.S.A. in 2004.
27- Salute to Greatness Award for Great Service to the Judiciary and Justice, 2005, I.B.C.
28- Included in 2000 Outstanding Academics of the 21st Century published by I.B.C., 2005.
29- Appointed as a Sovereign Ambassador of the Order of American Ambassadors, selected on the basis of Outstanding achievements, and continuous display of honor, dedication and influence to all; A.B.I. 2006.
30- " The Gamil Mohamed Hussein Award Foundation for Achievements in Law " was established by the A.B.I. in 2007, to Commend and Salute Individuals who have made Unprecedented Contributions to the Profession of Law.
31- Received the Congressional Medal of Excellence, A.B.I, U.S.A. 2007.
32- The American Biographical Institute awarded Professor Gamil Mohamed Hussein THE GOLD LAURELS AWRD for his triumphant deeds based on excellence and numerous achievements in the fields of LAW AND JUSTICE.(2007)
33-Hon. Director General of the International Biographical Centre (I.B.C.),
Cambridge, England,21st January 2008--.
34-THE PROFESSOR GAMIL M. HUSSEIN FOUNDATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL CENTRE was established by I.B.C. to help shape our world and its great human values.(2008).
35- On 4th March 2009, THE PROFESSOR GAMIL M. HUSSEIN FOUNDATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL CENTRE decided to recognize the following honorable persons as fellows in perpetuity:
· HRH PRINCE OF WALES.
· PRESIDENT JIMMY CARTER.
· BAN KI-MOON.
36- PROFESSOR GAMIL MOHAMED HUSSEIN was selected by the American Biographical Institute to be recognized as one of the Greatest Minds of the 21st Century For Remarkable Achievements in the Field of Law and Justice (2009-2010).
37-Granted the Medal of Noble Distinction for 2009 - USA.
38- Appointed a Vice-Chancellor of the World Academy of Letters, U.S.A. (February 2010, Permanent Position).
39- Selected to be a Charter Member of the Leading Intellectuals of the World, 2010 (permanently), for being one of the Greatest Minds of the 21st Century and a Worldwide Defender of Human Values and Supporter of Global Understanding.
Membership in Societies and Associations:
- The Egyptian Society of International Law; The American Society of International Law; The Egyptian Bar Association; Harvard Law Association; The George Washington Law Association and many other associations and societies.
Written Work and Publications:
Among the many written works and publications are the following:
1- INTERNATIONAL LAW (14 EDITIONS)
2- INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS (15 EDITIONS)
3- INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW: SOME ASPECTS 2000.
4- STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC LAW (2 EDITIONS).
5- THE INTERNATIONAL STATUS OF FOREIGN INVESTMENT ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS, 1981.
6- OIL CONCESSIONS AND JUDICIAL REVIEW 1981.
7- THE OPEC CASE, 1984.
8- ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES, 1985-86.
9- ANTICIPATORY SELF-DEFENSE UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW, 1988.
10- INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW AND AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, 1992.
11- THE EVOLUTION OF COLLECTIVE SECURITY AFTER THE END OF THE COLD WAR, 1993.
12- FOREIGN RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS AND THE EGYPTIAN JUDICIAL REVIEW, 1994.
13- THE POSITION OF THE PALESTINIAN ENTITY UNDER THE OSLO AGREEMENTS, 1995.
14- TALKS ON ISLAMIC LAW AND ISLAMIC INTERNATIONAL LAW, 1997.
15- HUMAN RIGHTS LAW 2009.
16- INTERNATIONAL JUDICIARY AND ARBITRATION 2009.
1-Egyptian Law on Arab and Foreign Investment and International Arbitration, Egyptian International Law Review 1981.
2-The Shura and Human Rights in Islamic Law: The relevance of Democracy, the Cairo Conference on Democracy and the Rule of Law, Dec. 7th – 9th, 1997, The Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt and The British Council, also published by the University of London, 2000.
3-The Role of the Security Council in Combating International Terrorism, the 1998 Mansoura University Faculty of Law Conference.
4-Basic Guarantees in Islamic Criminal Justice, 1999, published in London and is used for teaching in British and American universities such as London U. and Harvard U. .
5-The U.S. Action in Afghanistan Between Self-Defense and Collective Security 2002.
6-The Protection of the Environment Under Islamic Law, The Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt, Conference, Publication 2004.
Date of Birth: October 1, 1950.
Personal Status: Married and has four children; three sons and one daughter.
University Address: Professor Gamil Mohamed Hussein,
Faculty of Law, Benha University,
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