Reda Oulamine is lawyer strongly committed to legal reform in Morocco, and is a senior attorney and founder of Oulamine Law Group which specializes in business, corporate law, and legal reform consulting. In 2009, he created Droit et Justice, an NGO that promotes the rule of law and human rights in Morocco by advocating on behalf of vulnerable social groups and working pro bono for impoverished citizens with limited access to justice.
Reda served as an election observer in Tunisia, as part of an effort by the Carter Center to demonstrate the support of the international community for democratic transition in that country. Previously, he worked as an attorney in New York for Paul Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison, LLP. Reda has also served as a legal advisor to USAID on the reform and modernization of the Moroccan judiciary, where he helped assess and draft amendments to Moroccan corporate, bankruptcy, and intellectual property laws.