Conditions for appointment as a judge at the Court of Cassation in accordance with the law.
Law No. 46 of 1972 promulgating the Judicial Authority Law and its amendments set conditions for anyone appointing a judge at the Court of Cassation.
Article 43 states:
A person who is appointed as a judge at the Court of Cassation is required to meet one of the following conditions:
(A) He must have worked for at least three years as a judge in one of the Courts of Appeal, or as a public attorney at the Public Prosecution, or its equivalent in judicial bodies.
(B) He has worked for six years as a professor in law faculties or teaching law in the universities of the Arab Republic of Egypt, as a professor, and twenty-one years have passed since his graduation, during which he has not stopped working in the legal profession.
(C) To be one of the lawyers who worked before the Court of Cassation for eight consecutive years.