Dr. Mohamad Adam El-Sheikh, a proud American Nationalized Citizen, has extensive experience and educational background in both the Eastern and Western worlds. Dr. El-Sheikh graduated with honors from the faculty of Shariah and Law, Omdurman Islamic University, Sudan, in 1969. He was appointed by the Department of Justice to serve as a judge for the Shariah Courts in Sudan. In 1978, he was approved for scholarship and dispatched to the United States for higher education. He obtained a Masters Degree in Comparative Jurisprudence ( MCJ ) from Howard University in Washington DC in 1980, his LLM (Master of Laws) from National Law Center at George Washington University in Washington DC in 1982, and his Ph.D. in Comparative Jurisprudence from Temple University, Philadelphia Pa. in 1986.
Dr. El-Sheikh travels from coast to coast to mediate, adjudicate and arbitrate cases relating to community discords, family disputes, and occupational arguments either by invitation from the concerned parties, Muslim community or by the US Courts.