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  • Mohammad Bashayreh, Ph.D.

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    associate professor of commercial law

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    College of Law

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    Department of Law

Dr. Mohammad Bashayreh holds a D.Phil degree in law from the University of Oxford, awarded in 2003. He has taught and practiced law for more than twenty years.



D. Phil, University of Oxford

LLM, University of Cambridge 

BA in Law, Yarmouk University, Jordan.


  • The Need for a Legal Standard of Care in the AI Environment, M H Bashayreh, A Tabbara, F N Sibai, Sriwijaya Law Review (2023) 7 (1), 73-86


  • The Authority of Judges under Shariah: Perspectives on Recent Legal Reforms in Saudi Arabia, Manchester Journal of Transnational Islamic Law and Practice, (2022) 18 (2), pp. 42–67


  • PMU Conference on Conflict Prevention and Resolution: Seeing the Glass Half Full. Bashayreh, M., Ashraf, M.W., International Journal of Development and Conflict (2022) 12(2), pp. 1–2


  • The Autonomy of Arbitrators: A Legal Analysis of the Validity of Arbitrator-Imposed Virtual Hearings in Response to the COVID-19 Crisis, International Arbitration Law Review, 1/2021.


  • Artificial intelligence and legal liability: Towards an international approach of proprtional liability based on risk sharing, Information & Communications Technology Law, 2021 (30)2.


  • The autonomy of the obligation arising from a negotiable instrument towards the immediate holder (in Arabic), the Kuwait International College of Law Journal, (2021) 9 (2).


  • Non-Codified Shariah as a State Law Governing Islamic Banking and Finance in Jordan, Arab Law Quarterly 33 (2019) 1 – 26.


  • Shielding the Cultural Identity and the Family: Towards an Arab-Islamic Definition of the Universality of Human Rights, Journal of the Kuwait International Law College, issue 3 (supplement), 2018, pp. 507-546.


  • The Scope of the Legality of Arbitration Agreements in Disputes Arising from Consumer Contracts in Jordanian Law, accepted for publication in the Jordanian Journal of Law and Political Sciences (2018).


  • Sukuk (Islamic Finance: towards a legal characterisation of the relations arising from them (Arabic), due to be published in the Jordanian Journal of Law and Political Sciences (accepted in 2017).


  • Points of Reference for Designing and Delivering Academic Programmes in Law, (editor and co-author), Tuning Academy, Duesto University, Bilbao, Spain (2017).


  • Legal aspects of the ‘floating charge’ under the Jordanian law number 1/2012 (Arabic), due to be published in Dirasat (Law and Sharia) University of Jordan (accepted in 2016).


  • The Arbitration Mechanism of the Centre of Commercial Arbitration of the States of the Gulf Cooperation Council; a book published in Arabic and English in 2015.


  • 'The treatment of unregistered commercial joint venture in Jordanian law' Arab Law Quarterly in volume 23 (2009).


  • 'Arbitrating individual labour disputes in Jordan: Has the policy of promoting arbitration been misplaced?' Arab Law Quarterly in volume 23 (2009).


  • 'Lex mercatoria and arbitration agreements: Perspectives from Greek and Jordanian Law' published in the Revue Hellenique De Droit International v.61.3 (2008).


  • 'The position of Jordanian law as to foreign jurisdictional clauses: a critical study in comparison to the Hague Convention 2005', principal co-author, Abhath Al-Yarmouk Journal, Yarmouk University, v. 27.3 (2008). (Arabic)


  • ‘The delocalized arbitration award: its concept and enforcement’ published in Kuwait Law Journal (in Arabic) 2007 (31)3. (Arabic)


  • The concept and scope of application of the de facto company: a comparative study', co-author, published in the Algerian Journal of Political, Legal, and Economic Studies, University of Algeria (in Arabic) (2007). (Arabic)


  • 'Contemporary legal issues relating to the formation of contract by online orders' co-author, published in the Journal of Law and Shari’ah, University of the United Arab Emirates (2006).




ORCiD: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2748-2110 

Scopus ID: https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=26643716200 

Google Scholar https://scholar.google.com/citations?hl=ar&user=pacPM7QAAAAJ




Commercial law and arbitration; Islamic finance.



Jordan Bar Association.