Mai El-Sadany
Executive Director

Mai El-Sadany is the Executive Director of the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy (TIMEP). She was previously TIMEP's Managing Director and Legal and Judicial Director. She has previously worked at the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, among other organizations. Ms. El-Sadany’s published work has covered legal and constitutional issues in Egypt, human rights issues in Syria, transitional justice in the Middle East, and the split between Sudan and South Sudan. She holds a J.D. and certificate in refugees and humanitarian emergencies from the Georgetown University Law Center, and a B.A. in political science from Stanford University. You can follow her on Twitter: @maitelsadany.

Articles by: Mai El-Sadany

المدونة: عشرون عامًا تقريبًا على صدور قانون الأسرة في المغرب

بدأ مجلس النواب المغربي مناقشة إمكانية إصلاح قانون الأسرة في البلاد الصادر عام 2004، والمعروف باسم "المدوَّنة"، والذي يغطي قضايا الزواج والطلاق والميراث وحضانة الأطفال. ومن المتوقع أن تساعد التعديلات المرتقبة على...

The Moudawana: Morocco’s Nearly 20-Year Old Family Code

Morocco’s House of Representatives began to discuss the possibility of reforming the country’s 2004 family code, known as the Moudawana, which covers issues such as marriage, divorce, inheritance, and child custody. The...

The Beirut Port Explosion Comes to U.S. Court

Almost two years since one of the world’s largest non-nuclear explosions destroyed the Beirut port and upended the lives of the city’s residents following decades of government corruption and negligence, on July...