Dr. Mahmoud Dodeen studied law at Qatar University and obtained master degree in civil law from Birzeit University. Since 2005 he served as senior legal researcher at the Institute of Law/Birzeit University. Dodeen finalized his PhD in financial economics law and governance at Vrije Universiteit Brussel (University of Brussels) on the efficiency of the listing and disclosure Rules of the Palestine Stock Exchange from a critical and comparative approach. In his PhD a comparison has been made to the relevant EU directives and the federal laws of the USA. Professor Dodeen concentrates on financial, civil and commercial matters, with a focus on securities, mortgage finance and leasing regulations. Currently he is working as associate professor of law at Birzeit University. Dr. Dodeen published several scientific contributions on his areas of focus particularly legislative review and rule of law in Palestine. Dr. Dodeen also worked as instructor at Qatar University during the period Aug. 2018 to June 2021.
Using law as an instrument of domination and violating the right of assembly: The story behind the Palestinian NGO’s quest for independence, Middle East Law and Governance, Vol 13 (2021).
the Challenge of the Enforcement of the Rule of Law and Governance in Palestine: The Tribal Justice System and the Rule of Power, Journal of Social Sciences Research, 5(10), 2019, pp. 1480-1486.
Compensability of Moral Damage in Islamic Contract Law: A Comparative Analysis of the Palestinian, Jordanian and Qatari Civil Codes, Arab Law Quarterly, 34(3), 2019.
Climate Justice in The Palestinian Legal System: Analysis and Proposals for Reform, Asian Social Science, Canada, 13(11), 2017.
Analysis of the Legal and Regulatory Framework of Food Security in Palestine, Middle East Journal of Scientific Research, 25(7), 2017, pp. 1380-1389.
Formation of Contract under the Islamic Majallah and UNIDROIT Principles of 2010, Arab Law Quarterly (Brill) Volume 30, Issue 3, 2016, pages 262 – 277.