Hamdy comes from Harvard Law School, where he recently completed his Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD) and a teaching fellowship. While an SJD student, Mohammad won both the John Gallup Laylin Prize for the best paper in the field of public international law and the Addison Brown Prize for the best paper in private international law. He previously earned his LLM at Harvard and degrees in law and economics from the Universities of Cairo and Alexandria. The Yongxiong Fellowship was newly created through an innovative new academic partnership between Tulane Law School, Xiangtan University’s School of Credit Risk Management and the Hunan Yongxiong Asset Management Group Co., Ltd. In addition to other teaching and research responsibilities, Hamdy will serve as a faculty resource to Xiangtan students enrolled in Tulane’s LLM program beginning this academic year.