Muhammad joined the Penn Law S.J.D. program as a Dean’s Scholar in 2017. Prior to that, Muhammad graduated with distinction from the Penn Law LL.M. program, which he joined in 2016 as a Fulbright Scholar. Before coming to Penn Law Muhammad worked as an Attorney at the Economic Crime Department at the State Attorney’s Office in Israel, which is a criminal prosecution division specializing in white collar crime and public corruption. He earned a double degree in Law and Psychology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. During his studies, Muhammad worked in Non-Governmental Organizations, such as the Public Committee Against Torture in Israel and the Movement for Quality Government in Israel. Muhammad serves also a research assistant at the Center for Ethics and the Rule of Law (CERL) at Penn Law.
- Criminal Law
- Criminal Justice
- Comparative Law
Fulbright Scholarship (2016-2017)
Dean’s Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania Law School (2017-2020)