Assistant Researcher, 2009-present, The Center of Research Studies and Legal Informatics, The Lebanese University.
Instructor (Human Rights), 2008-present, Beirut Arab University.
Trainer (Human Rights and Human Rights Education), 2002-present, International and National Institutions.
Attorney at Law, 2001-present, Mansour Law Firm, collaborating with Aref Mneimneh Law Firm (since 2008).
Board Member, The Human Rights Center at the Beirut Arab University, 2010-present.
Associate Partner, The Public Interest Advocacy Center (PINACLE), 2007-present.
Board Member, The Permanent Peace Movement, 2006-present.
Member, The Beirut Bar Association, 2001 - present. Appinted in several committees among which the Women's Committee (2006-2007) and the Human Rights Committee (2011).
Mansour, M., & Daoud, C. (2010). Rapport sur l'indépendance et l'impartialité du système judiciaire au Liban [National report on the independence and impartiality of the Lebanese judiciary system]. Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Network.
Mansour, M. (2009). Arab Charter on Human Rights, Background, Concept and Compatibility with International Standards. Unpublished manuscript, University of Nottingham.
Mansour, M. , & Ghaoui, R. (2007).Dirasa kanuniya hawl al-ashkhas thawi al-ihtiyajat al-khassa wa hakihim fi al-amal wa al-damij wa iktirah itar kanuni wa siyasat hadifa [Legal study on the employment and inclusion rights of people with special needs. Legal framework and new policies]. Al-Zawrak Association.
Mansour, M., Sfeir, R., & Aoun, E. (2007).Dirasa kanuniya hawl tasdik lubnan ala al-protocol al-ikhtiyari al-mulhak bi itifakiyat hukuk al-tuful al-mutaaliq bi ishtiraq al-atfal fi al-nizaat al-musalaha [Legal study on Lebanon's ratification of the optional protocol to the convention on the rights of the child on the involvement of children in armed conflict]. Permanent Peace Movement.
Mansour, M. & Ghaoui, R. (2006). Dirasa kanuniya hawl sin al-masuliya al-jazaiya wifkan lil kanun al-lubnani wa kawanin baad al-buldan al-arabiya [Legal comparative study on juvenile’s law in Lebanon and the Arab countries]. Permanent Peace Movement.
Trainer and lecturer on human rights and human rights education in collaboration with local and international organizations and institutions such as the United Nations, Amnesty International, Council of Europe, and the American Bar Association in several countries (Strasbourg, Alexandria, Budapest, Lisbon, Tunisia, Amman), 2002-present.
Speaker, Conference on the “Role of an Independent Judiciary in view of the Changes in the MENA Region, organized by the American Bar Association and the Arab Council for Judicial and Legal Studies, Tunisia, January 2012.
Co-presented the study on Women's Right between Law and Jurisprudence in Lebanon, Amman, 2011. (The study is a collaborative work between Beirut Arab University, Notre Dame University, The Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World at the Lebanese American University, and The Public Interest Advocacy Center (PINACLE) funded by Raoul Wallengerb Institute).
Lecturer, summer school on freedoms and human rights in the MENA region, organized by the Human Rights Center at the Beirut Arab University in cooperation with Raoul Wallenberg Institute, the University of Jordan, Birzeit University, Sousse University, and the University of Algiers, Debbiyeh, Lebanon, September 2011.
Speaker, regional workshop on death penalty in the Arab countries, organized by the Arab Center for the Independence of the Judiciary and Legal Profession in collaboration with Kuwait Bar Association, Kuwait, May 2011.
Certificate of appreciation from the U.S. Embassy in Lebanon for her active role in advocating for women, human rights and peace, 2009.