Abdulmajed Alrajhi, an S.J.D. Candidate at American University Washington College of Law, is completing his dissertation titled, "Islamic Arbitration - Reforming Current Practices for Global Acceptance: Issues Concerning Role of Arbitrators, Appointment of Female Arbitrators, and Enforceability of Arbitral Awards." His academic interests and professional background include: International Business Law, International Commercial Arbitration, Islamic Law, Civil Law, and Common Law. Prior to joining the Washington College of Law S.J.D program, Mr. Alrajhi earned his LL.M. degree specializing in International Commercial Arbitration and International Business Law at American University Washington College of Law and received his Higher Diploma in Legal Studies from the Institute of Public Administration and wrote a graduation research entitled "Joint stock company termination and its liquidation procedure under Kingdom of Saudi Arabia regulations" and an LL.B. in Islamic Law "Shari'a" from Al-Imam Muhammad Ibn Saud Islamic University. In addition to his academic career, Mr. Alrajhi has worked as a judicial intern for the Commercial Department of the Board of Grievances of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and as legal advisor in the legal affairs department of Al-Rajhi Building Materials Establishment. During his time as a LL.M. student at Washington College of Law, he founded the Arab Association of American University Washington College of Law.