Reda Oulamine holds a Master’s degree in Business Law that he got in 1996 followed by a postgraduate degree in International Business Law obtained in France at the Aix-en-Provence law school. In 1997, he got a Master’s degree in Comparative Law (LL.M.) from the San Diego University, California, as part of the Fulbright program. After his internship at the United Nations, at the Secretariat of the Office of Legal Affairs in New York, he joined several law firms as legal counsel, including “Mazars Masnaoui & Guerard” in Morocco and in “Bryan Cave LLP” and “Thompson Coburn”, “Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison LLP ” in New York. In 2004, he became associate in the “Naciri & Associés / Gide Loyrette Nouel” firm. In addition, he offered advice to the “Financial Markets International (FMI) / USAID” project on the reform and modernization of the Moroccan judicial system.
During the same year, he founded his own international law firm “Oulamine Law Group” in Morocco specialized in business law. In 2009, Reda Oulamine co-founded the “Law and Justice” Association. As president of the “Law and Justice” association, Reda Oulamine played a leading role in improving the judicial system and the promotion of the rule of law through advocacy for vulnerable social groups, and working pro bono on behalf of low-income citizens with limited access to justice. In 2011, he participated in a mission of 50 international observers within the framework of the constituent elections in Tunisia on behalf of the Carter Center for Democracy. In May 2012, Reda Oulamine was appointed Fellow of the World Yale University (Yale World Fellow) for 2012. Oulamine was among the 16 World Fellows selected from a list of about 2,500 candidates.