Professor Georges Affaki was appointed in 2002 Professor of Law at the University of Paris II. Classes include International Financial Law and Secured Transactions, with special courses on international arbitration, international insolvency and negotiation skills.
Previous classes include International Commercial Law, University of Paris I (1999-2000), and International Construction Law, University of Toulouse I (1996-1999).
Visiting lecturer on international banking law at Queen Mary University of London, and at the University of Geneva.
Visiting lecturer on Islamic finance at University Paris-Dauphine.
Guest lecturer on the international codification of commercial law at Brasenose College University of Oxford (2009-2010).
Member of the Advisory Board of the Queen Mary-UNIDROIT Institute of Transnational Commercial Law (ITCL).
Professor Georges Affaki holds a Doctorate of Laws (LL.D.) and the Habilitation to Direct Research (HDR), summa cum laude, University of Paris II. The Starr Foundation scholar (1991-1994), Calouste Gulbenkian scholar (1991-1994).
D.E.A. (postgraduate degree) in commercial law, cum laude, University of Paris II. The Starr Foundation scholar (1989-1990).
Bachelor of Laws, summa cum laude, University of Aleppo (1982-1986).
Banque et Droit.
Banking and Financial Law Review.
Journal of International Trade and Arbitration Law.
Revue Droit & Affaires.