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Dr. Abdel Rahman Ibrahim EL Khalifa

Name: Dr. Abdel Rahman Ibrahim EL Khalifa.
Nationality: Sudanese
Date of birth: 1949

Employment:    

1-Advocate, Consultant and Commissioner for Oaths.
2-Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Khartoum.

Languages     Arabic – English

Permanent Address    5th. avenue, Office No. 17 - Abdalla Gamma Street Block 11/1 East. First Class New, Extension, (AL Amarat)
Mailing Address    P.O. Box: 1366, Postal Code 11111, Khartoum – Sudan
Tel.:    (+) 249 183 560613 (Direct)
          (+) 249 183 560610 (Secretariat)
Mobile:    (+) 249 912304624 - 0912303836
Fax:    (+) 249 183 472869 - 560614
E-mail:    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Education:

1989 : (D.C.L.) Doctorate of Civil Law- McGill University – Montreal – Quebec – Canada.
1987 :   Accreditation of foreign law degree (A one academic year, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa).
1983 :  LL. M. (Masters of Law) McGill University – Montreal – Quebec, Canada. 
1973 :   LL.B. (Bachelor of Law, Honours) – Faculty of Law. University of Khartoum –Sudan (The Curriculum of this Degree was based on English Common Law &  Shariah).
1970 :  Intermediate of Arts Certificate – Faculty of Arts – University of Khartoum – Sudan (a two years pre-requisite study for admission to the Faculty of Law).
1968 :   Sudanese School Certificate.


MAJOR Areas OF STUDY

    Development and Future of English Law and Islamic Law in the Sudan (PH. D.thesis).
    Analysis of Aircraft Purchase Contracts (Master’s THESIS).
    Manufacturer’s Liability.
    International Commercial Contracts.
    Tortious Liability.
    Arbitration, Commercial or otherwise.

CAREER RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE

Currently    
1-Advocate, Consultant and Commissioner for Oaths.
2-Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Khartoum.

Previously    

    Director of Public Prosecution – Ministry of Justice and  Attorney General’s Chambers, Sudan.
    Lecturer at Faculty of Law, Khartoum University  (part-time).
    Lecturer at Faculty of Arts, Diplomatic Studies Unit, Khartoum University –(Part-time)
    President of the Sudanese Bar Union (SBU)
   
1990 :   Commercial Registrar –Ministry of Justice & Attorney General’s Chambers.
1988 :  Worked for Gowling and Henderson- A major legal firm in Ottawa, Canada .
1981 :   Senior Legal Advisor- Technical Bureau Ministry of Justice & Attorney General’s Chambers Khartoum –Sudan.
1978 :   Legal Advisor – Civil Aviation – Khartoum – Sudan.
1976 :   Legal Advisor – Criminal Administration – Ministry of Justice & Attorney General’s Chambers- Khartoum – Sudan.
1973 :   Assistant Counselor – Khartoum Attorney- Ministry of Justice & Attorney General’s Chambers.
1973 :   Student at law (Trainee) Atabani and Mohamed Yusuf Mohamed, legal firm.

Other Experience:-


1-Chairperson for the committee to establish a unified Ministry of Interior.
2-Chairperson for the Committee to amalgamate Azza Air Cargo Company and Sudan Airway’s Cargo Department.
3- Membership of different committees to review the curriculum of the law faculty, University of Khartoum, University of shendi (Sudan).
4- Legal Advisor for Sudatel. board of Directors 1999-2003.
5- Legal Advisor for DAL Group.
6- Legal Advisor for Canar Telecommunication Company
7- Legal Advisor for White Nile Sugar Company.
8- Previous General Secretary of the SUDAN BAR UNION (SBU).
9- In charge of the Foreign Relations for the SUDAN BAR UNION (SBU).
10- Judge of the Arab Investment Court – The Arab League 2004 – 2007.
11- Member of the International Court of Arbitration, Hague 2008 – 2014.
12- Co-agent; arbitration on the issue of Abyei -International Court of Arbitration. Den Hag; 2009.
13- Co- chair to the ad-hoc Constitutional Review Commission 2005.
14- Member of the Permanent Constitutional Review Commission.
15- Member of the Assessment and Evaluation Commission (AEC) for the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA).

Publications: -
1-  The Genesis of Islamic Law in Sinnar Sultanate.
2- The Judicial Evolution of the concept of sharia as the source of law in the Sudan.
3- Reforms of the Penal Law and the Procedure thereof in the Sudan.
4- The International Criminal Court (ICC) on the scale.

PAPERS:-
1-    Human Rights in Islam.
2-    Assylum in Islam.
3-    Affidavit.
4-    English Law as a means of Westernization and Secularization in the Sudan.
5-    The Manufacturer’s Liability for Defective Products.
6- The Public Prosecution system in Some Arab Countries.
7- Constitution Making Process.

CONFERENCES: -
1-African Aviation and Airlines Conference. Addis Ababa.
2-WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) Conference. (Twice) Geneve.
3-ARIPO (African Intellectual Property Organization) Conference- Zembabwi.
4-UNAFRI (United Nations African Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders) Conference – Kampala.
5-East African Preferential Trade Organization Conference- Zimbabwi.
6-Justice & Legal Reform Conference, Khartoum.
7-International Trade Conference, Vienna.
8- United Nations Commission’s Conference on the Prevention of Crime & the Treatment of Offenders-Italy.
9-United Nations 9th – Conference on the Prevention of Crime & Treatment of Offenders-Cairo.
10-Fifth Meeting of the Committee on Crime Prevention, Vienna.
11- Member of the Arab League,  Experts Committee on combating terrorism.
12-5th U.N. Preparatory Committee on the International Criminal Court.
13- Symposium on Governance and Constitutional guarantees (the Conflict of the Southern Sudan), under the auspices of the European Commission, Citta Di Castello, Italy. 19-25 July,1998.

NEGOTIATIONS:-
1-    Bilateral Air Agreement between the Sudan and South Korea.
2-    Bilateral Air Agreement between the Sudan and Nigeria.
3-    Bilateral Air Agreement between the Sudan and Holland.
4-    Bilateral Air Agreement between the Sudan and Switzerland.
5-    Bilateral Air Agreement between the Sudan and Italy.
6-    Peace Talks between the Government of the Sudan and the Rebels Movement, (Abuja 11),1992.
8-    Two Rounds of Peace Talks in Nairobi.
9- Boundary Dispute between the Sudan and Egypt.
10- Boundary Dispute between the Sudan and Chad.
11- Loan Agreement between the Sudan and the African Development Bank.
12- IGAD Peace Talks on the Conflict of the Southern Sudan, Addis Ababa, 4-6 August 1998.
13- 2nd  Round of the IGAD Political Secretarial Peace Talks on the Conflict of the Southern Sudan, Nairobi, Kenya.
14- 3rd. Round of the IGAD Political Secretarial Peace Talks on the Conflict of the Southern Sudan, Nairobi, Kenya.
15-    4th . Round of the IGAD Political Secretarial Peace Talks on the Conflict of the Southern Sudan , Nairobi, Kenya.
16-    5th Round of the IGAD Political Secretarial Peace Talks on the conflict of the Southern Sudan, Nairobi, Kenya.
17-    6th Round of the IGAD Political Secretarial Peace Talks on the Conflict of the Southern Sudan, Machakos, kenya.
18-    7th Round of the IGAD political Secretarial peace talks on the conflict of the Southern Sudan. Naivasha, Kenya.
19-    Deputy co-chair of the National Constitutional Review commission (NCRC) 2005.
21- The 7th. Round of Abuja Peace Talks on Darfur.
22- Asmara Peace Talks on Eastern Sudan.
23- Sert – Lybia, Peace Talks on Darfur.
24. Doha - Qatar - Peace Talks on Darfur.

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