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Reda Oulamine is a senior attorney, founder of Oulamine Law Group and a member of the New York, Paris and Casablanca bars, as well as a human rights, democracy and rule of law activist.
Reda Oulamine is an American and Moroccan citizen born in February 26th, 1972 in Casablanca, Morocco. He studied at Eugene Delacroix elementary school and subsequently at Molière school in Casablanca, and in 1991, he graduated from Lyautey high school. He studied Law at Faculty of Law of the Université de Provence in France, where he obtained his Master’s degree in Business Law followed by a DESS degree in International Business Law.
In 1997 he received a Post-Masters Certificate in Corporate Law, Taxation, and Accounting followed by a Master in Law (LLM) in Comparative Law from the University of San Diego, California under the Fulbright program.
Reda Oulamine had accumulated a rich experience advising for instance the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCA) for the US-Morocco Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) project; the United States Department of Commerce on compliance-related legal aspects of US-Morocco F.T.A project or the World Bank/ I.F.C. assisting Moroccan government in improving its Doing Business rating.
Reda Oulamine also founded in 2008 Droit et Justice, an NGO aimed at establishing the rule of law and human rights in Morocco by advocating on behalf of vulnerable social groups and working pro bono for impoverished citizens with limited access to justice. (www.droitetjustice.org) He also served with the Carter Center as an international observer in October 2011 in the Tunisian election. In May 2012, Reda Oulamine was named 2012 Yale World Fellows. He was among 16 World Fellows selected this year, from a pool of about 2,500 applicants.