H. Al Hoshan
Maren Louise Hanson
Mohamed A. M. Elfaki
Sheikh Saleh H. Al Hoshan
Sheikh Saleh has acted as Sharia counsel in Sharia law cases in both Medina and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He received his education at Dar-ul-Tawheed, Taif, Saudi Arabia and participated in Sharia law studies at the Grand Mosque in Medina, Saudi Arabia.
Ahmed Abdul-Razak Al Ghadyan
Dr. Al Ghadyan has been since 1993 an Assistant Professor of Law at King Saud University, Faculty of Law, College of Administrative Sciences, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia teaching courses on commercial, contract and banking law. He is an Associate with the Institute of Banking (Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA)) and Legal Consultant to the High Commission of Tourism. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in the UK. From 1996 until 2000, he was Consultant to the Legal Department of the Municipality and between 1995 and 1998, he was Legal Consultant to the Saudi National Committee of the ICC. He was an Associate of the Saudi Association of Legal Accountants 1994-1995. He has also worked (1999-2000) with the Committee dealing with the Saudi-Yemeni Boundary conflict.
Dr Al Ghadyan has lectured at various international conferences on the judicial system of Saudi Arabia, risk and insurance in construction contracts, re-thinking Islam, and arbitration in domestic and international disputes. He is the author of "The Judiciary in Saudi Arabia" and "Insurance, The Islamic Prospective and its Development in Saudi Arabia", both published in the Arab Law Quarterly, 1998 & 1999 respectively. He also wrote the materials on "The Legal Aspects of Banking Credit" used at the Institute of Banking, SAMA. His most recent article "Digital Signatures and the Liabilities Arising Out of their Use" is to be published in the King Saud University Journal.
Dr. Al Ghadyan obtained his LL.B (Honors) in 1985 from King Saud University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, his LL.M in 1989 from Southampton University, Southampton, UK and his Ph.D. in 1993 from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.