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Fatemah Albader

Kuwait City, Kuwait

About Fatemah

Dr. Fatemah Albader is an Assistant Professor of International Law at Kuwait International Law School.

She holds a Juris Doctor, with Honors, from Emory University School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science dual degree in Public Relations and Political Science from the University of Florida.

She is currently pursuing her LLM at UC-Berkeley School of Law.

Dr. Fatemah Albader is admitted to the bar of Washington, D.C., where she is a licensed attorney who is permitted to practice law in the District of Columbia and the federal courts of the United States.

Dr. Fatemah Albader is an active member of the American Bar Association, where she currently serves as Associate Editor of the Middle East Review, the publication of the Middle East Committee of the Section of International Law.

Previously, Dr. Fatemah Albader has worked with the United Nations Development Programme in Kuwait. Her area of research is international law, in particular matters relating to international human rights and humanitarian law.

Dr. Fatemah Albader is particularly focused on issues pertaining to women’s rights. In October 2019, she was invited by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs to present on women’s rights in the Gulf region, in the Hague, Netherlands.

She is featured in the Washington Lawyer, the publication of the D.C. Bar, in the March-April 2020 edition.

Areas of Practice

  • Human Rights
  • Humanitarian Law
  • International Law