George Sebaali | Research Director

George Sebaali | Research Director | Lebanon Law Review

George Sebaali is the Lebanon Law Review’s research director, leading the Review’s Research Center that provides think tank services to our partners and collaborators. He supervises all researches, reports, statistics and investigations conducted by the Lebanon Law Review team, works on the constant improvement of the quality of such researches and oversees the relationships with partners and contributors on a project basis. He directly oversees all primary research conducted by the Review and reports on activities to the Editor in Chief.

George is a law graduate at the Lebanese University currently pursuing his master’s degree (M1). He has long been a member of the Lebanon Law Review and has served as head content creator to the platform’s mini-series “Jadal” a socio-political talk show produced by our Media Department. He was part of YOU-C a campaign aiming at increasing the political awareness amongst the youth and was also involved in several public speaking and research competitions including the Model United Nations in which he has won multiple awards including two Secretary General Awards.

Law and order exist for the purpose of establishing justice and when they fail in this purpose, they become the dangerously structured dams that block the flow of social progress.

Martin Luther King Jr.

An enthusiast about the rule of law, George aspires to increase his community’s legal literacy. George believes in justice, and that it can be achieved no matter the circumstances. George is invested in the Lebanon Law Review’s success, a success achievable only through empowering the legal youth and providing them with the necessary skills and opportunities for success.

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