Zine Ghediri was appointed to the Veterans Review and Appeal Board in 2020. He has worked as a legal consultant for TRIAL International in Switzerland, a non-governmental organization that fights the impunity of international crimes and supports victims.
Most recently, he worked as a corporate law advisor for Thomson Reuters and as an administrative decision maker for the Commission des normes, de l'équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST).
In 2022, he was appointed by the Minister of Public Safety as a part-time independent Chairperson of the Federal Penitentiary Disciplinary Tribunals in the Quebec region. His diverse professional experiences at the international and national levels have provided him with a solid background in interpreting and applying laws and decision-making.
Mr. Ghediri holds a Master's degree in International Law from the University of Nice in France, a Bachelor's degree in Law from the Private University of Applied Sciences in Jordan, and a Certificate in Law from the University of Montreal.
Zine Ghediri was appointed as a member of the Tribunal for a five-year term.