Ahmed Kamal Badr, LLM

Research Fellow

Project Activities

Jordan, Sri Lanka

Other Activities and Research Interests

Public International Law, Comparative Constitutional Law, International Human Rights, and International Humanitarian Law

Since 8/2020 Research Fellow, Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law

2/2020–6/2020 Visiting Lecturer of Law, MPL Legal Academy, Cairo (Egypt)

6/2019–3/2020 Legal Advisor, Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Legal Department, Cairo (Egypt)

4/2019—6/2019 Legal Assistant, International Law Commission, United Nations, Geneva (Switzerland)

2/2019–6/2019 Project Assistant, Inclusive Peace & Transition Initiative (IHEID), Geneva (Switzerland)

9/2015–2/2018 Pre-trial Judge, Egyptian State Council, State Commissioner Authority, Cairo (Egypt)

9/2017–6/2019 Master’s Degree in International Law, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (IHEID), Geneva (Switzerland)

2009–2013 Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), Alexandria University (Egypt)

  • Master thesis: The Validity of Security Council Resolutions Authorizing the Use of Force: Between Legality and Practice. (IHEID), 2019. Under the supervision of Professor Andrew Clapham
  • International Law Association (ILA) 79th Biennial Conference Kyoto 2020, ILA Scholar
  • Hans Wilsdorf Foundation Scholarship
  • The American University in Cairo – Graduate Institute Scholarship
  • Alexandria University Academic Excellence Medal (2009-2013)
  • Member of the Japanese Branch of the International Law Association (ILA)
  • Member of Junior Diplomats Initiative (JDI), Switzerland 2017-2018
  • Geneva Center for Security Policy (GCSP) Alumni
  • Head of the Graduate Institute (IHEID) Alumni Chapter in Cairo