Fourth: Investment and sustainable development

A-Investment – sustainable development


Towards Sustainability in Trade, Energy and Climate

Prof Dr Rafael Leal-Arcas – Professor of European and International Economic Law – Jean Monnet Chair holder in EU International Economic Law – Professor of European and International Economic Law – Queen Mary University of London – UK


Corporate Social Responsibility, Stakeholder Needs and Sustainable Development- Overcoming Contextual and Regulatory Challenges through the Values Paradigm’

Prof. Onyeka Osuji – Reader in Law / Director – Commercial Law Postgraduate Taught Programmes – School of Law – University of Essex – UK


The Sustainable Development Goals: An Opportunity for the Advancement of Women’s Economic and Social Rights?

Dr. Nazila Ghanea – Associate Professor in International Human Rights Law – Department for Continuing Education – Oxford Law Faculty – UK
Dr. Kamiar Alaei – Visiting Professor – (Academic) University of Oxford – Affiliated Faculty Member – Albany Law School – New York


Beyond competition and value for money: Corporate Social Responsibility in public procurement

Martin Trybus – Professor of European Law and Policy – Birmingham Law School – University of Birmingham – UK


Towards New Legislative Frameworks for Medical Responsibility in the State of Kuwait: Necessary reviews, potential proposals and ambitious hopes

Dr. Mashael Al Hajir – Assistant Professor – Private Law College of Law – Kuwait University – Kuwait


Technology transfer and the challenges of sustainable development of developing countries

Prof. Ibrahim Abulail – Professor of Civil Law – Kuwait International Law School – Egypt


The Role of Islamic Instruments in Achieving Economic and Social
Development in Kuwaiti and Egyptian Law

Prof. Hammad Mustafa Azab – College of Law – Assiut University – Egypt


Sharia Corporate Governance System: The Trend of Centralization

Dr. Ghalib Mohammad Al-Bulooshi – College of Law – University of Bahrain


The Role of Traditional Bonds in Financing the Company’s Project:
Emerging Trends for a New Financing System

Prof. Majdy Shehab – Kuwait International Law School
Dr. Khaled Talahmeh – Kuwait International Law School


Dr. Alyamamah Al Harbi – Assistant Professor – Private Law – Kuwait International Law School – Kuwait

B-Islamic Finance


The role of Islamic instruments in achieving economic and social development in Kuwaiti and Egyptian law

Prof. Hammad Mustafa Azab – Professor and Head of Commercial Law Department and former Dean – College of Law – Assiut University – Egypt


Legislation governing Islamic finance and its role in achieving sustainable development: Islamic instruments (sukuk) as a model

Dr. Mahmoud Al-Shuwaiat – Assistant Professor – Comparative Jurisprudence – Kuwait International Law School – Jordan


Islamic finance, sustainable development and developing countries: linkages and possibilities

Dr. Mohamad Khalid Al Shlail –Full-time lecturer – School of Law – University of Essex – UK



Prof. Abdulaziz Al Qassar – Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs – Graduates Studies and Research – College of Sharee’a & Islamic Studies – Kuwait University – Kuwait


Dr. Rashid Al Hajri – College of Law – Kuwait University – Kuwait


Dr. Adnan AlMulla – Assistant Professor – Kuwait International Law School – Kuwait