Panel Discusses Post-Revolutionary Egypt

October 8, 2013

The current environment in post-revolutionary Egypt was the hot topic during a panel discussion on Tuesday, Oct. 8, in the Amon G. Carter Lecture Hall.

Organized by the International Law Society, the Black Law Students Association and the Hispanic Law Students Association, the panel included Mohamed Arafa, assistant professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice at Alexandria University Faculty of Law in Egypt; Frank Emmert, professor of law and executive director, Center for International and Comparative Law at Indiana University School of Law; and Sahar Aziz, associate professor of law at Texas A&M School of Law and president of the Egyptian American Rule of Law Association. Texas A&M Law Professor Milan Markovic served as moderator.

The hour-long presentation focused on law and politics in post-revolutionary Egypt and included remarks from the panelists as well as a question and answer session.