Agency, Distribution, Franchising,
Hajji & Associate
Phone: + 212 522 487474
Phone alternative: + 357 228 98699
IDI country expert for Morocco
Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrator, London, UK. Member of the Committee of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Cyprus Branch). Member of ArbitralWomen, London, UK. Member of the European Council for Alternative Dispute Resolution, Paris, France. Vice President of the Patti and Everett. B. Birch Foundation, New-York, USA. Director of International Legal Affairs, Patti and Everett. B. Birch Foundation.
Year of birth
2017 –Advanced Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration, The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Oxford University/Jesus College, Oxford U.K. 2007 - PhD in Law, Faculty of Law, University of Montpellier I, Montpellier, France. 1997 - Masters in Business Contract Law (Diplôme d’études approfondies en droit des contrats), Faculty of Law, University of Montpellier I, , Montpellier, France. 1996 – Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Law (Licence appliquée en droit de l’entreprise), cum laude - Faculty of Law, University Hassan II, Casablanca, Morocco.
Attorney admitted to the Paris Bar in 2012. European Attorney admitted to the Cyprus Bar in 2012.
Current professional position
Principal, NBK Law Office, Nicosia, Cyprus Of-Counsel, Hajji&Associés, Casablanca, Morocco
Arbitration cases involving distribution agreements, drafting of distribution agreements, drafting of legal opinions regarding the legal framework of distribution agreements in Morocco.
French, Arabic, English
Amin Hajji and Nadia El Baroudi-Kostrikis, Country Report on Arbitration for Morocco, World Arbitration Reporter, International Encyclopedia of Arbitration Law and Practice, 2nd Edition, JurisNet LLC, 2015. Nadia El Baroudi-Kostrikis, “The application of Article 81 of the EC Treaty to Technology Transfer Agreements (Block Exemption N°772/2004) – Propriété Industrielle, les Revues JurisClasseurs, 2008, Revue n°26, p. 21 to 32. Nadia El Baroudi-Kostrikis, “The application of Article 81 of the EC Treaty to Technology Transfer Agreements (Block Exemption N°772/2004) – PhD Thesis, Faculty of Law, University of Montpellier, France, 2007, 283 pages.