Academic profile

 

 

2015-2018: LLB (Hons), University of East Anglia
2018-2019: LLM Construction Law, University of Strathclyde
2019-2020: MSc Project and Enterprise Management, University College London

 

Teaching

 

LLM Module Leader, International Construction Law and Dispute Resolution – University of East Anglia

MSc Module Teaching Assistant, Procurement of Construction, Engineering and Professional Services – University College London

 

 

 


 

Research interests

 

Mohamad is a multi-disciplinary researcher in law and project management. His research interests focus on construction law, property law, Islamic finance, and construction supply chain management. Mohamad’s research at the University of Cambridge focuses on the Islamic and common law mortgages of England and Wales.

 

 


 

Publications

 

Representative Publications

El Daouk, M. (2023). ‘Time of the Essence in Building Contracts’, Journal of Legal Affairs and Dispute Resolution in Engineering and Construction, 13(2), doi: https://doi.org/10.1061/JLADAH.LADR-949 . 

El Daouk, M. (2022). ‘Supply chains and adversity’, Cambridge University Land Society Magazine 2022, (December), pp. 96–97. 

El Daouk, M. (2022). ‘Introducing ḥalāl to construction supply chains in the UK’s construction sector’, Journal of Islamic Marketing, ahead-of-print, doi: https://doi.org/10.1108/JIMA-01-2022-0016 . 

El Daouk, M. (2021). ‘English case law on Islamic finance: Interpretation and application of Shariah principles’, Journal of Islamic Finance, 10(2), pp. 53–66. 

El Daouk, M. (2021). ‘Virtual and in-person hearings beyond COVID-19’, Cambridge University Land Society Magazine 2021, (December) p. 126. 

El Daouk, M. (2020). The Contribution of Islamic Supply Chain Management Principles to the Front-End of Large-Scale Construction Projects, M.Sc. Dissertation. University College London (United Kingdom). 

 

 

 

 

Category/Classification

 

Residential mortgages, Islamic real estate finance, construction law, supply-chain management


 

Research Centres