Ahmed Ismail, an accomplished legal professional, serves as the Managing Partner and Head of Dispute Resolution at Badran Law Firm. His practice revolves around diverse areas, with a primary focus on arbitration, construction and supply contracts, commercial agency agreements, marine transportation contracts and oil and gas contracts. Notably, Ahmed demonstrates exceptional skills in drafting, reviewing and skillfully negotiating such agreements, ensuring the best outcomes for his clients.
His reputation in arbitration is well-established, being a registered arbitrator before the esteemed Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA). Beyond arbitration, Ahmed is admitted before the Court of Cassation, representing a wide array of large companies before national courts. His extensive legal experience spans many years, having joined Badran Law Firm in 2000 and rising to the position of a partner in 2007. Prior to that, Ahmed Ismail practiced litigation at a leading law firm in Egypt.
Ahmed effectively communicates with diverse clientele, ensuring seamless legal representation. His educational journey comprises an LLB degree from the Faculty of Law at Cairo University in 1998, augmented by a Diploma in Arbitration from Alexandria University.
In terms of professional memberships, Ahmed is an attorney before the Court of Cassation, Supreme Administrative Court and the Supreme Constitutional Court. Moreover, he is listed on the Arbitrators' List at CRCICA and serves as an Arbitrator at the Arbitration Center of the Cooperative Housing Union. Ahmed's exceptional legal prowess and broad expertise make him an invaluable asset to Badran Law Firm and a trusted legal resource for clients seeking quality representation and counsel.