Mohsen Mohebi is an Iranian professor of law, attorney at law and arbitrator. Mohsen Mohebi was born in 1951 in Tehran and in an Iranian traditional family with a religious background. He studied in two well-reputed high schools in Tehran: Alavi high school and Daar-al-fonoon high school.
In 1969 he was admitted to Shiraz University to obtain B.A. in economics, but he soon changed to law and continued his studies at the University of Tehran and was graduated in law from that university in 1973.
LL.M.in private law
Ph.D in international law, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, Theology and Political Sciences, Azad University, Science & Researches Center (Head of Department of Public Law and International Law)
Ex-editor-in-chief, International Law Review
Published more than 60 articles in Persian and English
Honorary Member of ICC International Court of Arbitration
Member of Iranian Group of Arbitrator at PCA
Member of International Board of Tehran Regional Arbitration Centre (TRAC)
Member of IAUNS Iranian Association for United Nations Studies Studies
Member of the Board of the Center for International Scientific Studies & Collaboration of Iran
Member of Iran Central Bar of Association
Deputy of Researches Department of the Center for Dialogue Between Civilizations ( 1998)
Head of Center for International Legal Affairs (CILA) (ex-BILS) (2013)
Director of the Hague Office of CILA (ex-BILS)(1989)
International Legal Adviser to the President of Iran & the Agent of Iran before ICJ (2018)
Secretary of the Commission on Law and Arbitration of ICC Iran (2000)
Secretary-General of Arbitration Center of Iran Chamber of Commerce (ACIC) (2003)
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