Mohamed Lahbib Rhalib, a lawyer at the Paris Bar and a professor of private law at Hassan II University, is an expert in business law. He holds a Ph.D. in private law and criminal sciences from the International Faculty of Comparative Law of French-Speaking Countries.
He is also a graduate in management sciences from Hassan II University, finance from the Bordeaux Academy, and management and human resources from Pascal Paoli University. Before dedicating himself to law, Mr. Rhalib worked for 13 years as a banking executive, including 6 years as a branch manager.
Currently, he works as a higher education professor at FSJES in Casablanca, Hassan II University of Casablanca. In addition to his teaching activities, Mr. Rhalib has published several articles in renowned legal journals. He has written on topics such as the effectiveness of consumer protection, judicial reorganization of troubled companies, bank governance, adaptation of company law to the business world, combating money laundering and financing of terrorism, as well as the new conciliation procedure. He has also conducted case studies on companies such as SONASID, Managem, SAMIR, and AXA Crédit Maroc, and has written several books on subjects including limited liability companies, troubled companies, company law, and business law for managers.
Furthermore, he has contributed to book chapters on specific topics such as techniques for recovering bank claims and the transmission of family businesses. Mr. Rhalib's extensive professional experience and strong academic expertise make him a recognized legal professional in the field of business law. He combines his in-depth knowledge with his passion for teaching and legal research to educate the next generation of legal professionals and make significant contributions to the field.
Mr. Rhalib is trilingual and speaks Arabic, French, and English fluently. This linguistic proficiency allows him to effectively communicate with clients and colleagues from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds.