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Meshal Faraj

Vice Dean for Academic Affairs- Faculty of Business Administration, University of Tabuk

Work History


Vice Dean for Academic Affairs

University of Tabuk- Faculty of Business Administration

Director of Distance Education

University of Tabuk- Faculty of  Business Administration

Member of Recruitment Committee  

University of Tabuk 

Vice Dean for Quality & Academic Accreditation

University of Tabuk

Assistant Professor of Corporate Law

University of Tabuk

Deputy Director of Legal Affairs

University of Tabuk

Lecturer in Commercial Law

University of Tabuk




Widener University, Delaware Law School

S.J.D. (Ph.D.) in Corporate Law

Thesis:"Toward New Corporate Governance Standards in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Lessons from Delaware". The publication of the thesis was financially supported by Graduate Student Support Program of SABIC chair for Islamic Financial Markets Studies at Imam University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia



University of Connecticut, Law School

U.S. Legal Studies

Honors: LL.M with Honors



King AbdulAziz University, Faculty of Economics and Administration- Law Department

Ranked 2nd


  • Guide for Undergraduate/Graduate Studies in the United States of America (2nd. Edition) (co-author)(Arabic)
  • Revival of the State as a Shareholder: A Study of Partial Privatization and its Impacts on Corporate Governance in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (submitted for publication in the United States of America).

Research Areas

  • Corporate Governance
  • Companies Act
  • International Investment Law
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Privatization
  • Capital Market Regulations

Conferences & Workshops

  1. Culture of Human Rights in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Human Rights Commission Tabuk Office, Tabuk (2015).  
  2. Corporate Governance... Challenges Facing Publicly Traded Companies, Riyadh Chamber of Commerce & Industry, (2014) (Speaker) 
  3. Eugene P. and Delia S. Murphy Conference on Corporate Law: Emerging Issues in Corporate Governance, Fordham University School of Law, New York, New York. (May,2012)
  4. Fiduciary Duties at the a intersection of Federal Bankruptcy and State Corporate Law,Widener University School of Law, Wilmington, Delaware. (April, 2012)
  5. Irreconcilable Differences? Director, Manager, and Shareholder Conflicts in Takeover Transactions,The Delaware Journal of Corporate Law 11th Symposium, Wilmington, Delaware. (April, 2011)
  6. The Academic Leadership Development Workshop, the Ministry of Higher Education, Washington D.C.,The United States of America.
  7. Antitrust in Emerging and Developing Markets featuring China, India, Mexico, Brazil, South Africa, NYU Law School and Concurrences Competition Law Journal Conference, New York, New York. ( Oct, 2014).  

Extracuricular Activities

  • 2015-pres: Guest Writer

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Arabic & English