Cairo, Egypt
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Ahmed’s practice focuses on General corporate and Employment. He also has experience in capital markets and public tender law. He joined the firm in 2011.

Prior to joining Sharkawy & Sarhan, Ahmed worked in the field of civil rights in Egypt in Land Center for Human Rights, supporting the rights of Farmers, Women, Fisheries and Women workers in Egypt by drafting memorandums and publications on rights of the workers between 2009 and 2011.

Between 2008 and 2010, he worked in a law firm in Egypt, where he advised and handled criminal litigations related to fraud and forgery and labour law suits concerning the rights of workers.
His experience includes:

Concessions, PPPs and Public Tenders

  • Advising an  international financial institution on an in-depth study of the application of Egyptian Public Tender Law in Egypt. Our work included interviewing governmental bodies and units, in addition to issuing extensive legal reports.
  • Advising several clients on procedures of Egyptian Tender Law.


  • Advising BUPA on the legal requirements of insurance and re-insurance in Egypt.


  • Advising several clients on employment issues and drafting of non-competition clauses in employment contracts.

General Corporate and Commercial

  • Advising a major corporation on financial leasing.
  • Advising a major corporation on commercial store regulations under the Egyptian Commercial Law.
  • Ahmed participated in establishing All-Dreams United, a non-profit Organization for political awareness, and was a member in the leading committee of the American-Egyptian Strategic Alliance, the first coalition of the Egyptian Americans during his time in the USA.
  • He worked as a research assistant in the McGeorge School of Law and was a member of the McGeorge Law Students for Micro-Finance Association.
  • He also volunteered in Nebny, a non-profit organization for Egypt reform.