Born in Beirut, Lebanon, on January 9, 1938; admitted to the Beirut Bar, 1962, Lebanon; and admitted to the Paris Bar, 1979, France.
Legal education: Université de Lyon, France (Docteur en Droit (PHD in Law), 1970); Université Saint-Joseph, Beirut, Lebanon BA in Law, 1962; BA in Political Sciences, 1963).
Former Professor of Law (P.H.D.) at Lebanese University.
Legal Advisor to the World Bank on issues related to investments in Lebanon.
Member of the committee of revision of Lebanese laws, which is linked to the Lebanese Ministry of Justice.
Former President, Lebanese National Association of Political Sciences, Beirut.
Publications: Author of the Executive Power in Lebanon’ and ‘Legal Guide to Investments in Lebanon’.
Nady TYAN, is the Senior Partner of the law firm Tyan & Zgheib. Has substantive expertise in corporate, financial and commercial matters. He is specialised in advising leading local and multi-national companies, financial institutions and governments on their most challenging transactions and assignments. In addition, he has a broad experience in arbitration both as counsel to one of the parties and as arbitrators in the ICC.