Eihab holds a Bachelor of Law degree from Tanta University (2002), as well as a Diploma in Arbitration in Civil and Commercial Disputes (2007). He had also completed postgraduate studies in Islamic Sharia and Private Law at Tanta University (2010) and a Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration from the International Arbitration Tribunal (2022).
Eihab is an international arbitrator accredited by both the International Arbitration Commission and the Egyptian Bar Association. Furthermore, Eihab is also a certified trainer from the Cambridge College of Training in London.
Eihab has authored several works in the legal field, including a research paper on Citizenship between Islamic Sharia and Positive Legislation, which was published in the Journal of the Spirit of Law of the Faculty of Law at Tanta University in 2010. He has also written a book on Pretrial Detention in Jurisprudence and Practice, which was published by Dar Al-Uloom Al-Arabiya for Publishing and Media in Egypt in 2014. In addition, Eihab has co-authored a book on Al-Mughni’s Explanation of Qatari Family Law, which was published by Gulf Printing and Publishing Company and Abdulaziz Al Sorour Law Firm in Qatar in 2021. Eihab has also presented a refereed research paper on Contemporary Applications of Electronic Litigation at the Fourth International Conference on Contemporary Islamic Studies and Emerging Issues in Malaysia in 2021 and authored a Judicial Research Book published by Noor Publishing
House in Britain in 2022.