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Khaled Medhat Abou El Fadl

Khaled Medhat Abou El Fadl, Kuwaiti, American lawyer, educator. Bar: Pennsylvania, New Jersey. Rea '34 grantee Princeton University, 1991-1993, Council on Regional Studies grantee, 1993, Johnson Garrett '35 Merit fellow, 1991-1993, Whiting fellow, 1994-1995.

Background

  • Fadl, Khaled Medhat Abou El was born on October 23, 1963 in Kuwait, Kuwait. Came to the United States, 1982, naturalized. Son of Medhat and Ataf (El Nimr) Abou El Fadl.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Political Science cum laude, Yale University, 1986. Juris Doctor, University Pennsylvania, 1989. Master of Arts, Princeton University, 1992.

      Postgraduate, Princeton University, since 1992.

    Career

    • Legal assistant Dashti & Abou El Fadl Law Office, Kuwait, 1981, 82. With Immigration Law Clinic, Community Legal Services, Inc., Philadelphia, 1987-1988. Research assistant University Pennsylvania Law School, 1988, with Penn Legal Assistance Office, 1988, 89.

      Clerk to Justice James Moeller, Arizona Supreme Court, Phoenix, 1989-1990. Teacher assistant Near Eastern department Princeton (New Jersey) University, 1992, managing editor Princeton Papers: In New Eastern Studies, since 1993. Lecturer Yale Law School, New Haven, 1994-1995.

      Assistant Lawyers Committee for Human Rights, New York City, since 1992. Legal consultant Law Firm Zlatko Batstich, Fort Lee, New Jersey, since 1992, Muslin Public Affairs Council, since 1991. Research assistant, consultant Medhat Abou El Fadl Law Firm, Cairo, since 1991.

      Translator World Press Review, since 1992. Lecturer on Islamic law various conferences in the United States, since 1992, including University California, Irvine, 1992, Washington University, St. Louis, 1992, University Michigan, 1993, Columbia University, 1993, Stanford University, 1994.

    Major achievements

    • Bar: Pennsylvania, New Jersey.

    Works

    • Author: (poetry) Justr Some Whispering Thoughts, 1982. Contributor articles to legal journals and encyclopedias, also articles, short stories and poems in Egyptian and Kuwaiti newspapers.

    Religion

    Denomination: Muslim

    Connections

    • Married Sanoa Al Marayoti (divorced October 1993). 1 child, Cherif.
    • father: Medhat Fadl
    • mother: Ataf (El Nimr) Abou El Fadl
    • spouse: Sanoa Al Marayoti
    • child: Cherif Fadl
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    Born October 23, 1963
    (age 54)
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