The board of directors of EUIRANC consists of the following persons.
Leila (Liliane) Saber, President
Leila Saber is a French-Iranian lawyer qualified in France and based in Paris. She is founder and partner of an international law firm with offices in Paris, Nice, Lyon and New York. Leila specialises in business and labour law as well as litigation and is experienced in Iran-related matters. She is the President of the Franco-Iranian Lawyers’ Association (SAFIR) and an active member of several Iranian cultural associations promoting Iranian music, literature and art.
Ava A. Moussavi, Vice President
Ava A. Moussavi is a German-Iranian lawyer qualified in England with a background in legal technology. She is specialised in Corporate law and has worked in multiple jurisdictions, namely England, Germany and Iran. She has advised corporations for six years at a large international law firm in the City of London, and in 2016 she worked on the opening of the first international law firm office in Iran. She is now a legal technology expert advising corporations and law firms in Europe, with a focus on the DACH region.
Dr. Andreas Otto, Legal Counsel
Andreas Otto is a German qualified lawyer and civil notary based in Berlin. He is a partner in a large international law firm and the focus of his work is on international transactions. His firm has advised numerous European clients in respect of Middle East related matters. Andreas is member of the German-Iranian Lawyers’ Association and board member of the Berlin Chamber of Notaries. His historical and cultural interest as well as trips to Iran led him to actively engage in European-Iranian matters.
Ali Rezaei Haddad, Head of Humanitarian Projects
Ali Rezaei Haddad is a London based neurosurgeon and entrepreneur. He trained at the University of Oxford and graduated with first class honours at Imperial College London. He holds honorary research positions at the University of Oxford and St George’s Medical School. Ali co-founded the internationally acclaimed GoodSAM app used by the United Kingdom National Health Service. He also directed and curated the Imagining the Future of Medicine at the Royal Albert Hall in partnership with TEDMED, attended by a live audience of 5,000 people. Inspired by the lack of user friendly and affordable neuronavigation solutions worldwide, he founded NeuroNav to democratise access to neurosurgery navigation solutions.
(In accordance with § 26 BGB (German Civil Code).)