Morocco: Mohammed Amine BENABDALLAH, new President of the Constitutional Court

Member of the Academy of the Kingdom of Morocco, professor of constitutional and administrative law at Mohammed V University and at the Mohammed VI Multidisciplinary University. Author of works, “The prerogatives of the State in the appeal for excess of power”, Rabat, 1982, “The administrative police in the Moroccan legal system, Rabat, 1987”. In collaboration, “Administrative law news, 2010”, “Moroccan administrative law, 2017”, “Public service in Morocco”, 2018, “Moroccan administrative litigation” 2021. More than 190 articles and jurisprudence comments published in Morocco and abroad. abroad, collected in two publications: “Contribution to the doctrine of Moroccan constitutional law” and “Contribution to the doctrine of Moroccan administrative law”, in three volumes. Published on the blog:
State doctorate in public law from the University of Paris II (Panthéon Assas), Postgraduate Diploma in administrative sciences and Bachelor's degree in political science from the Mohammed V University of Rabat-Agdal.
Appointed by His Majesty the King as Legal Advisor to the National Order of Topographic Surveying Engineers since 2001.
Chief of Staff to the Minister of Employment, Crafts and Social Affairs (1992-1993), Advisor to the Advisory Council for Social Dialogue (1994-2000), Project Manager to the Prime Minister, Legal Advisor to the Secretary General of the Government (2003-2008).
Member of the Constitutional Council between 2008 and 2017 and member of the Superior Council of the Judicial Power (April 6, 2017 to November 30, 2023).
Decorated with the Order of Sports Merit on March 6, 1993 and, as a law researcher, received the vermeil medal from the Academy of Arts-Sciences-Letters in 2012 in Paris.
On November 30, 2023, His Majesty the King appointed him President of the Constitutional Court.