Counsellor Hany Fathy Georgy
Senior Legal Advisor
Counsellor Hany Fathy Georgy is an active Chief Judge heading the Fourth Appeal Circuit (Labor Law Disputes) at North Cairo Court within the jurisdiction of Cairo Court of Appeal. He is also part-time seconded to work as a Senior Legal Advisor at CRCICA. He began his career as a lawyer before the preliminary courts in August 1992. In December 1994, he was appointed as a Public Prosecutor (Investigating Magistrate). Since then, he had filled various prosecutorial and judicial leading positions.
Counsellor and Chief Judge Georgy is a lecturer at various universities and distinguished academic institutions including: the National Centre for Judicial Studies, the Research and Training Center of the Public Prosecution, Police Academy for Security, the Egyptian Center for Peace Operations Training, and the Faculties of Law & Commerce at Ain Shams University.
Counsellor and Chief Judge Georgy has a strong academic background. In addition to his LLM of International Business Law – IDAI Cairo/Paris Dauphine Universities in 1992/1994 (Master Thesis: Arbitrability of Intellectual Property Disputes), and Postgraduate Diploma in International Law and Organizations for Development (ISS-The Hague 2000), he obtained a Master degree in International Human Rights Law, University of Essex in 2001/2002 (Master’s Thesis: Enforcement of the provisions of the TRIPS Agreement in accordance with economic, cultural and social human rights).
He is fluent in Arabic, French and English and has many articles and research papers published in many specialized scientific periodicals.