Department of Law
       
Research & Publication (Department of Law)
Book (28)
1 No Author Development of Administrative Law in Bangladesh: Outcomes and Prospects. Dhaka: Bangladesh Law Research Centre, First Edition, 1997 ; Second Edition, 2011 ; Third Edition, 2015 .
2 Muhammad Ekramul Haque (Editor of the state volume on Bangladesh) in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA] Seokwoo Lee, ed.. Brill, 2021 .
3 Mizanur Rahman Anti-generic Learning and rebellious Lawyering: Reflections on Legal Education in Bangladesh. Dhaka: Bijoy Prakash, 2020 .
4 Shahnaz Huda and Rumana Islam Social and Legal Implications of Withdrawing the CEDAW Reservations on the Bangladesh Legal System and Social Norms. UNDP, 2019 .
5 Sumaiya Khair Justice at the Doorsteps. Mediation on Migration Fraudulence, Refugee and Migratory Movements Research Unit (RMMRU). Bangladesh: RMMRU, Dhaka., 2018 .
6 Jamila A Chowdhury and None (Self authored) Mediation to enhance gender justice in Bangladesh: Navigating wisdom in Asia and the Pacific. Dhaka: London College of Legal Studies (LCLS), 2018 .
7 Rumana Islam The Fair and Equitable Treatment (FET) Standard in International Investment Arbitration: Developing Countries in Context. Springer, 2018 .
8 Mohammad Towhidul Islam Land Law: Text, Cases and Materials. Dhaka: CHRLR, 2018 .
9 Sumaiya Khair and co-authored Governance and Integrity. The National Integrity System in Bangladesh. University Press Limited (UPL), 2017 .
10 Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman Criminal Sentencing in Bangladesh: From Colonial Legacies to Modernity. Leiden: Brill Nijhoff, 2017 .
11 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian Review of Local Government Laws of Bangladesh Towards Prospect of a Local Government Uniform Framework Legislation. Dhaka: Local Government Division, Government of Bangladesh, supported by Union Parishad Governance Project (UPGP) and Upazila Parishad Governance Project (UZGP)., 2015 .
12 Dr Muhammad Ekramul Haque Muslim Family Law: Sharia and Modern World. Dhaka: London College of Legal Studies, 2015 .
13 Jamila A Chowdhury and None (Self authored) ADR Theories and Practices: A Glimpse on Access to Justice and ADR in Bangladesh, 1st Edition. Dhaka, Bangladesh: London College of Legal Studies (LCLS), 2013 .
14 Mohammad Towhidul Islam TRIPS Agreement of the WTO: Implications and Challenges for Bangladesh. New Castle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishers, 2013 .
15 Jamila A Chowdhury and None (Self authored) Gender Power and Mediation: Evaluative Mediation to Challenge the Power of Social Discourses. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012 .
16 Borhan Uddin Khan and Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman Protection of Minorities: Regimes, Norms and Issues in South Asia. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012 .
17 Sumaiya Khair and co-auhored Child Labour Revisited. Gender, Culture, Economics and Human Rights. University press Limited (UPL), 2011 .
18 Dr Muhammad Ekramul Haque Islamic Law of Inheritance. Dhaka: London College of Legal Studies, 2009 .
19 Sumaiya Khair Child Migration for Work, Development Research Centre on Migration, Globalisation and Poverty. Refugee and Migratory Movements Research Unit (RMMRU), Dhaka, 2008 .
20 Sumaiya Khair Legal Empowerment for the Poor and the Disadvantaged: Strategies, Achievements and Challenges. Experiences from Bangladesh. Colourline, Dhaka, 2008 .
21 Borhan Uddin Khan and Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman Protection of Children in Conflict with the Law in Bangladesh. Dhaka: Save the Children UK, 2008 .
22 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian Missing Links: Corporate Social Responsibility and Basic Education in Bangladesh. Dhaka: ‘Campaign on Responsive Business’ Unit, Advancing Public Interest Trust (APIT), supported by the Commonwealth Education Fund – Bangladesh., 2006 .
23 Jamila A Chowdhury and Dr. M. Shokry Eldakak (Former Justice and Chairman of the High Court of Appeal, Alexandria, Egypt) Women’s Access to Justice in Bangladesh through ADR in Family Disputes: Present Limitations and Remedial Measures with Some Lessons from Egypt. Mansoura, Egypt: Modern Bookshop, 2005 .
24 Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman Nari-O-Shishu Nirjatan Daman Ain. Dhaka: New Warsi Book Corporation, 2005 .
25 Dr Muhammad Ekramul Haque Law of Contract. Dhaka: Law Lyceum, 2003 .
26 Sumaiya Khair and co-authored Women in the Labour Market. Impact and Implications of Labour Law. Ministry of Women and Children Affairs, Government of Bangladesh, PLAGE Project (supported by CIDA), 2002 .
27 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian Protection of Human Rights at the International Level: Effectiveness of the Human Rights Committee and the 1503 Procedure. Dhaka: Office of Research & Publication, American International University-Bangladesh., 2002 .
28 Quazi MH Supan, Dr. Borhan Uddin Khan An Encyclopaedic Compendium of the Laws of Bangladesh (in 4 volumes). Dhaka: Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust (BLAST); ISBN 984 32 0261 3, 2002 .
Book Section (42)
1 Sumaiya Khair "REFUGEE POLICY CONTEXT ANALYSIS: THE CASE OF BANGLADESH." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. Muhammad Ekramul Haque (ed), ‘Bangladesh’, in Seokwoo Lee, (ed) Brill, 2021 .
2 Muhammad Ekramul Haque "Protection of Human Rights and the National Human Rights Commission." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. 'Bangladesh', Haque, Muhammad Ekramul, ed., in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA], Seokwoo Lee, ed. BRILL NIJHOFF, 2021 .
3 Muhammad Ekramul Haque "Delimitation of the maritime Boundary in the Bay of Bengal (Bangladesh/Myanmar): Issues, Decisions and Principles." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. 'Bangladesh', Haque, Muhammad Ekramul, ed., in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA], Seokwoo Lee, ed. BRILL NIJHOFF, 2021 .
4 Muhammad Ekramul Haque "Contribution of Bangladesh to International Law." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. 'Bangladesh', Haque, Muhammad Ekramul, ed., in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA], Seokwoo Lee, ed. BRILL NIJHOFF, 2021 .
5 Muhammad Ekramul Haque "Constitutional provisions regarding Human Rights." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. 'Bangladesh', Haque, Muhammad Ekramul, ed., in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA], Seokwoo Lee, ed. BRILL NIJHOFF, 2021 .
6 Muhammad Ekramul Haque "Enforcement of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Implementation of International law in Bangladesh." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. 'Bangladesh', Haque, Muhammad Ekramul, ed., in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA], Seokwoo Lee, ed. BRILL NIJHOFF, 2021 .
7 Muhammad Ekramul Haque "Domestic Implementation of International Human Rights Law in Bangladesh." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. 'Bangladesh', Haque, Muhammad Ekramul, ed., in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA], Seokwoo Lee, ed. BRILL NIJHOFF, 2021 .
8 Muhammad Ekramul Haque "Constitutional Provisions regarding Law of the Sea." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. 'Bangladesh', Haque, Muhammad Ekramul, ed., in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA], Seokwoo Lee, ed. BRILL NIJHOFF, 2021 .
9 Muhammad Ekramul Haque "Constitutional Implications of the Land Boundary Agreement between Bangladesh and India." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. 'Bangladesh', Haque, Muhammad Ekramul, ed., in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA], Seokwoo Lee, ed. BRILL NIJHOFF, 2021 .
10 Muhammad Ekramul Haque "Treaty Making in Bangladesh: Power and procedure." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. 'Bangladesh', Haque, Muhammad Ekramul, ed., in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA], Seokwoo Lee, ed. BRILL NIJHOFF, 2021 .
11 Muhammad Ekramul Haque "Use of International Law in Interpreting Constitutional Rights in Bangladesh." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. 'Bangladesh', Haque, Muhammad Ekramul, ed., in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA], Seokwoo Lee, ed. BRILL NIJHOFF, 2021 .
12 Muhammad Ekramul Haque "Application of International Law in the Supreme court of Bangladesh." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. 'Bangladesh', Haque, Muhammad Ekramul, ed., in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA], Seokwoo Lee, ed. BRILL NIJHOFF, 2021 .
13 Muhammad Ekramul Haque "Status of International law in the Legal System of Bangladesh: Dualism vs. Monsim." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. 'Bangladesh', Haque, Muhammad Ekramul, ed., in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA], Seokwoo Lee, ed. BRILL NIJHOFF, 2021 .
14 Muhammad Ekramul Haque "Land Boundary Agreement Between Bangladesh and India." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. 'Bangladesh', Haque, Muhammad Ekramul, ed., in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA], Seokwoo Lee, ed. BRILL NIJHOFF, 2021 .
15 Muhammad Ekramul Haque "The Proclamation of Independence, 1971: Unilateral Declaration of Independence of Bangladesh." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. 'Bangladesh', Haque, Muhammad Ekramul, ed., in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA] BRILL NIJHOFF, 2021 .
16 Muhammad Ekramul Haque "Constitutional status of International Law in Bangladesh." Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA]. Muhammad Ekramul, ed., in Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia [EPILA], Seokwoo Lee, ed. BRILL NIJHOFF, 2021 .
17 Borhan Uddin Khan and Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman "Glimpses of International Law Discourse." Bangladesh and International Law. Mohammad Shahabuddin (ed.) London: Routledge Publishing, 2021 15-25 .
18 Mohammad Golam Sarwar "Bangladesh and International Law." Bangladesh and International Law. ed. Mohammad Shahabuddin Routledge, 2021 .
19 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian "The Development of Geneva Conventions." Revisiting the Geneva Conventions:1949-2019. Md Bhuiyan and Borhan Khan (eds.) Leiden: Brill Nijhoff, 2020, 2020 .
20 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian "Protection of Education in Armed Conflict Situations: Asia-Pacific in Focus." Asia-Pacific Perspectives on International Humanitarian Law. Suzannah Linton et. al. (eds.) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020 .
21 Rumana Islam "‘Mapping the Investor State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) Regime of Bangladesh: Past, Present and Future’." Handbook of International Investment Law and Policy. Chaisse J., Choukroune L., Jusoh S. (eds) Springer, 2020 .
22 Sharowat Shamin and Ridwanul Hoque "Bangladesh." The I·CONnect-Clough Center 2019 Global Review of Constitutional Law. Albert, Richard and Landau, David and Faraguna, Pietro and Drugda, Šimon Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy (ISBN: 978-0-692-15916-3), 2020 28-32 .
23 Shirin Sultana "Failure of Corporate Governance in Banking Sectors of Bangladesh." Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy and Governance. Ali Farazmand et el (Ed.) Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 2019 .
24 Arpeeta Shams Mizan "Is Domestic Violence only Battery?." Street Law and Public Legal Education: A Collection of Best Practices from around the world in honour of Ed O’ Brien. David McQuid-Mason JUTA, 2019 .
25 Borhan Uddin Khan, Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman and Morshed Mannan "National Report for Bangladesh." Executory Contracts in Insolvency Law: A Global Guide. Jason Chuah and Eugenio Vaccari (eds.) Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2019 499-518 .
26 Sharowat Shamin and Ridwanul Hoque "Bangladesh." I·CONnect-Clough Center 2018 Global Review of Constitutional Law. Richard Albert; David Landau; Pietro Faraguna; Šimon Drugda Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy, 2019 18-22 .
27 Sumaiya Khair "Corruption in humanitarian assistance: challenges and opportunities’." Disaster Law. Emerging Thresholds. Amita Singh ed Routledge, London & New York, 2018 .
28 Shirin Sultana "Access to Justice, Human Rights and E-Courts in Bangladesh." ELCOP Yearbook of Human Rights. Mizanur Rahman et el (Ed.) Dhaka, Bangladesh: ELCOP, 2018 .
29 Sharowat Shamin and Ridwanul Hoque "Bangladesh: The State of Liberal Democracy." The I·CONnect-Clough Center 2017 Global Review of Constitutional Law. Richard Albert; David Landau; Pietro Faraguna; Šimon Drugda Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy, FSU College of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 888, U of Texas Law, Public Law Research Paper, 2018 28-32 .
30 Shirin Sultana "Protection of the Female Migrant Domestic Workers of Bangladesh: Appraisal of the Law and Practice." ELCOP Yearbook of Human Rights. Mizanur Rahman et el (Ed.) Dhaka, Bangladesh: ELCOP, 2017 .
31 Sharowat Shamin and Ridwanul Hoque "Bangladesh: Developments in Bangladeshi Constitutional Law." The I·CONnect-Clough Center 2016 Global Review of Constitutional Law. Richard Albert; David Landau; Pietro Faraguna; Šimon Drugda Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy, 2017 17-21 .
32 MOHAMMAD GOLAM SARWAR "Identifying the challenges of International refugee law framework in guaranteeing protection of refugees." ELCOP Yearbook of Human Rights. Dr. Mizanur Rahman and Dr. Md. Rahmat Ullah 2016 .
33 Mohammad Golam Sarwar "Economic Rights of the Tantees (Weaver Communities)." In the Shadow of Death: The Tantees in Bangladesh. Ed., Dr. Md. Rahmat Ullah 2012 .
34 Sumaiya Khair "‘Globalisation and children’s rights: The case of child labour’." Globalisation and the Quest for Social and Environmental Justice. The relevance of international law in an evolving world order. Alam, Shawkat, Klein, Natalie and Overland, Juliette (eds.) Routledge, London & New York, 2011 158-188 .
35 Borhan Uddin Khan and Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman "Human and Minority Rights in Bangladesh." Minority Rights in South Asia. Rainer Hofmann and Ugo Caruso (eds.) Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2011 87-108 .
36 Moha. Waheduzzaman "Judicial Enforcement of Socio-Economic Rights in Bangladeh: Theoretical Aspects from Comparative Perspective." Human Rights and Environment. Executive Editor: Dr. Mizanur Rahman Dhaka: Empowerment through Law of the Common People (ELCOP) and Palal Prokashoni, 2011 57-80 .
37 Sumaiya Khair "‘Migration and Minority Formation: The Interplay of Economics, Politics and Conflict’." Counter-Gaze: Media, Migrants and Minorities. Bhaumik, Subir (ed.) Frontpage, London, 2010 101-120 .
38 Sumaiya Khair "From consciousness to empowerment: role and significance of legal literacy’." Uncharted Territories. Thoughts on 2020. ActionAid Bangladesh, Dhaka, 2009 15-34 .
39 Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman "Autonomy for Indigenous People of CHT: Aftermath of the 1997 Peace Accord." Solving Ethnic Conflict through Self-Governance: A Short Guide to Autonomy in Europe and South Asia. Thomas Benedikter (ed.) Bozen/Bolzano: EURAC Research, 2009 100-103 .
40 Sumaiya Khair "Challenges to democratization: perspectives of structural malgovernance in Bangladesh." Towards Freedom in South Asia. Democratization, Peace and Regional Cooperation. Panandiker, V.A. Pai and Tripathi, Rahul (eds.) Konark Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2008 47-64 .
41 Sumaiya Khair "Philanthropy and Law in Bangladesh: Recent Developments." Philanthropy and Law in South Asia. Recent Developments in Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. PALISA Group, Asia Pacific Philanthropy Consortium (APPC), Philippines, 2007 7-23 .
42 Sumaiya Khair and Co-authored "Philanthropy and Law in Bangladesh’." Philanthropy and Law in South Asia. Sidel, Mark and Zaman, Iftekhar (eds.) Asia Pacific Philanthropy Consortium (APPC), Philippines, 2004 49-114 .
Journal Article (135)
1 Dr. Raushan Ara : • ‘Integration of Universalism and Cultural Relativism: A Successful Way of Protecting Human Rights’- published in the Journal of the Faculty of Law, , the Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.Vol. 17, No. 1 , June 2006 .
2 Dr. Raushan Ara : ‘UNCITRAL Model Law and Arbitration Law in Bangladesh: An Analytical Study of Major Disparities’, the Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.Vol. 19, No. 2 , December 2008 .
3 Dr. Raushan Ara : ‘Non-Registration of Compulsory Registrable Documents: An Overview of its Legality and effect’, the Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.Vol. 19, No. 2 , December 2008 .
4 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : Justiciability of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights under International Human Rights Law, Dhaka University Law Journal, Special Issue for the commemoration of 100 years of the Faculty of Law, University of Dhaka , no.Special Issue 2021 (Forthcoming) University of Dhaka , 2021 .
5 Mizanur Rahman : CLR, ‘rebellious lawyering’, and justice education: A few lessons from Bangladesh, Jindal Global Law Review , 2021 .
6 Arpeeta Shams Mizan : Invisible to the Law: COVID-19 and the legal consciousness of persons with disabilities in Bangladesh, Journal of Disability and the Global South , vol.8 , no.1 , pp.1892-1909 , 2021 .
7 A B M Asrafuzzaman : ‘Strengthening the National Human Rights Commission of Bangladesh through a Legislative Amendment to Fulfill its Commitments under Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.31 , 2020 .
8 Jamila A Chowdhury and Nushera Tazrin Darin : Judicial Possibilities of ADR through ‘Plea Bargaining’ of Compoundable Offences: Potentials and Perils under the Current Socio-Legal Context of Bangladesh, University of Asia Pacific Journal of Law and Policy , vol.4&5 , no.1 , pp.1-18 , 2020 .
9 Jamila A Chowdhury and None (Self authored) : A Gentle Breeze on the Wheels of Fair Justice for Women in Bangladesh: An Empirical Evaluation of Family Courts’ Mediation Underpinning Rawls’ Theory of Justice, Dhaka University Studies (Part F) , vol.31 , 2020 .
10 Shirin Sultana : Role of Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) in Ant-Money Laundering Quest: Comparison between FIUs of Bangladesh and India, Journal of Money Laundering Control (Emerald Publishing, UK) , vol.23 , no.4 , pp.931-947 , 2020 .
11 Arpeeta Shams Mizan, Sayeed Hossain Sarwar and Muhammad Rezaur Rahman : Challenges of Taking Human Rights Fact Finding Lessons Out of Classrooms: Lessons from Bangladesh, Journal of Indian Law and Society , vol.10 , 2020 .
12 Rumana Islam : Features of the Investor State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) Provisions under Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs) of Bangladesh: An Overview, Dhaka University Law Journal (Part F) , pp.85-103 , 2020 .
13 Moha. Waheduzzaman : Measuring Constitutional "Laws" and "Conventions" in Same Parlance: Critiquing the Idrisur Rahman, Jahangirnagar University Journal of Law , vol.VIII , pp.47-77 , 2020 .
14 Moha. waheduzzaman : Judicial Recognition of Constitutional Conventions: The Eements Revisited, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.31 , pp.121-142 , 2020 .
15 Dr Muhammad Ekramul Haque : Current International Legal Issues: Bangladesh, Asian Yearbook of International Law , vol.vol. 23, 2017 Brill , 2020 .
16 Jamila A Chowdhury and Ifat Mubina Eusuf : Women’s Empowerment in the Justice Delivery System of Bangladesh: Social milieus and women’s sluggish progression in Bar and Bench, Kanagawa Law Review , vol.51 , no.3 , pp.57-94 , 2019 .
17 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : International Crimes Tribunal of Bangladesh: A Unique Step towards the Development of International Criminal Justice System, Dhaka University Law Journal, Dhaka University Studies, Part – F , vol.30 , no.1 , pp.1-26 , 2019 .
18 Rumana Islam : “Does Fair and Equitable Treatment (FET) Standard in International Investment Treaties Create a Customary Rule of International Law “, Dhaka University Law Journal (Part F) (2019) , pp.27-45 , 2019 .
19 Mohammad Golam Sarwar : 'Determining the standard of proof required to remove an arbitrator on the ground of bias', Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.30 , 2019 .
20 Sharowat Shamin : Sustainability of the 2°C Temperature Target, Dhaka University Law Journal, Dhaka University Studies Part F , vol.30 , pp.129-144 , 2019 .
21 Sumaiya Khair : ‘State Practice of Asian Countries in International Law. Bangladesh’, Asian Yearbook of International Law , vol.24 Brill , 2018 .
22 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : Economic, Social and Cultural Rights versus Civil and Political Rights: Closing the Gap between the Two and the Present International Human Rights Regime, Dhaka University Law Journal, The Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.29 University of Dhaka , pp.41-54 , 2018 .
23 Jamila A Chowdhury and none (self authored) : Accrediting divergent professionals in ADR: How a shift from pedagogy to andragogy can make a difference?, Dhaka University Studies (Part F) , vol.27 , no.2 , pp.15-32 , 2018 .
24 Jamila A Chowdhury and Aminul Islam : Divergence in NPL Recovery of Public Banks vs. Private Banks in Bangladesh: Could ADR be an effective Tool to Improve the Parity?, Dhaka University Studies (Part F) , vol.29 , pp.87-104 , 2018 .
25 Mohammad Towhidul Islam and Shirin Sultana : Nature of Land and Pre-emption Suits: Demystifying Ambiguities, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.29 , pp.71-85 , 2018 .
26 Arpeeta Shams Mizan and Syed Ishtiaque Ahmed : Silencing the Minority through Domination in Social Media Platform: Impact on the Pluralistic Bangladeshi Society, Human Rights in Digital Age (ELCOP Journal of Human Rights) , 2018 .
27 Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman : The Future of Critical Legal Studies, Jahangirnagar University Journal of Law , vol.6 , pp.67-81 , 2018 .
28 Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman : Methodologies in Academic Legal Research: Lessons from Critical Legal Studies, University of Asia Pacific Journal of Law and Policy , vol.3 , no.1 , pp.13-30 , 2018 .
29 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : The Legal Regime of Plant Varieties and Farmers’ Rights Protection in Bangladesh: Options and Challenges’, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.29 , pp.21-40 , 2018 .
30 Mohammad Towhidul Islam and Shirin Sultana : Nature of Land and Pre-emption Suits: Demystifying Ambiguities, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.29 , pp.71-86 , 2018 .
31 Sumaiya Khair : ‘Legal Empowerment for Improved Access to Justice: Dominant Discourses’, Dhaka University Law Journal (The Dhaka University Studies Part-F) , vol.28 , pp.1-20 , 2017 .
32 Sumaiya Khair : ‘State Practice of Asian Countries in International Law. Bangladesh’, Asian Yearbook of International Law , vol.23 , 2017 .
33 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : Multifaceted Dimensions of Human Rights, Dhaka University Law Journal, The Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.28 University of Dhaka , pp.21-34 , 2017 .
34 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : Justiciability of Economic, Social and Cultural (ESC) Rights in South Africa, Dhaka University Law Journal, The Dhaka University Studies Part-F University of Dhaka , 2017 .
35 Jamila A Chowdhury and None (self authored) : Gender Parity through Evaluative Mediation: Controlling Disparity under the Post-structural Notion of Power, Dhaka University Studies (Part F) , vol.25 , no.1 , pp.31-52 , 2017 .
36 Jamila A Chowdhury and None (self authored) : Three Waves of Access to Justice in Bangladesh: Call for a System Approach to Success, Dhaka University Studies (Part F) , vol.26 , no.1 , pp.73-96 , 2017 .
37 Shirin Sultana and Shahorin Sultana : Protecting the Best Interests of the Child: The Child Marriage Restraint Act, 2017 of Bangladesh in Consideration, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.28 , pp.131-151 , 2017 .
38 Arpeeta Shams Mizan : 4. Continuing the Colonial Legacy in the Legislative Drafting in Bangladesh: Impact on the Legal Consciousness and the Rule of Law and Human Rights, International Journal of Legislative Drafting and Law Reform , vol.5 , no.1 , 2017 .
39 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : Prevention of Violence against Women in the Socio-legal Context of Bangladesh: Challenges and Way Forward, Jahangirnagar University Journal of Law , vol.V , 2017 .
40 Rumana Islam : “Autonomy of the Arbitration Clause and Invalid Contracts: All is fair in Arbitration?”, Jahangirnagar University Journal of Law , vol.V , pp.141-154. , 2017 .
41 Moha. waheduzzaman : The Domain of the Doctrine of Political Question in Constitutional Litigation: Bangladesh Constitution in Context, Bngladesh Journal of Law , vol.17 , no.1 & 2 , pp.01-50 , 2017 .
42 Mohammad Towhidul Islam and Ferdaus Rahman : Mandating Corporate Directorship for Women in Bangladesh: Options and Challenges, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.26 , no.1 , pp.47-72 , 2017 .
43 Mohammad Towhidul Islam and Ahsan Habib : Intellectual Property Perspectives of Women’s Traditional Knowledge in Bangladesh, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.27 , no.1 , pp.27-40 , 2017 .
44 Sharowat Shamin, Katherine Lofts, Sharaban T. Zaman and Robert Kibugi : Brief on Sustainable Development Goal 13 on Taking Action on Climate Change and Its Impacts: Contributions of International Law, Policy and Governance, McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law , vol.13 , no.1 , pp.183-192 , 2017 .
45 MOHAMMAD GOLAM SARWAR : The Tension between culture and women’s human rights: Towards mutual reinforcement, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.27 , no.2 , pp.47 , 2017 .
46 MOHAMMAD GOLAM SARWAR : Dealing with Loss and Damage arising from Climate Change: From Warshaw International Mechanism to Paris Agreement, Dhaka University Law Journal Vol , vol.28 , pp.119 , 2017 .
47 Sumaiya Khair : State Practice of Asian Countries in International Law. Bangladesh’, Asian Yearbook of International Law , vol.22 Brill , pp.329-345 , 2016 .
48 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : Formation of the Constitution and the legal system in Bangladesh: From 1971 to 1972: A critical legal analysis, Dhaka University Law Journal, The Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.27 , no.1 University of Dhaka , pp.41-56 , 2016 .
49 Jamila A Chowdhury and None (Self authored) : ADR in Criminal Cases and Decriminalization of Violence: A Gender Perspective, Indian Journal of Law and Justice, Indian Journal of Law and Justice , vol.7 , no.2 , pp.1-19 , 2016 .
50 Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman : Revisiting the Indeterminacy Thesis of Critical Legal Studies, Bangladesh Journal of Law , vol.16 , no.2 , pp.1-16 , 2016 .
51 Rumana Islam : Fair and Equitable Treatment (FET) Standard in Arbitral Practice: Sustainable Development in Context, Bangladesh Journal of Law , vol.16 , no.1 , pp.21-68 , 2016 .
52 Rumana Islam : “Banker’s Reference and the Bank’s Duty of Confidentiality under Common Law Reappraised”, Jahangirnagar University Journal of Law , vol.IV , pp.81-94. , 2016 .
53 Mohammad Towhidul Islam and Ahsan Habib : Introducing Geographical Indications in Bangladesh’, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.24 , no.1 , pp.51-82 , 2016 .
54 Mohammad Towhidul Islam and Ahsan Habib : TICFA and Intellectual Property Rights: Implications and Challenges for Subsistence Needs in Bangladesh, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.24 , no.2 , pp.49-66 , 2016 .
55 Arobia Khanam and A B M Asrafuzzaman : Critical Analysis of Forced Intervening Marriage on the Muslim Divorced women in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Journal of Dalit and Minority , vol.II , no.November , pp.62-83 , 2016 .
56 Sumaiya Khair : ‘State Practice of Asian Countries in International Law. Bangladesh’, Asian Yearbook of International Law , vol.21 Brill , 2015 .
57 Jamila A Chowdhury and None (Self authored) : ADR in Legal Curriculum: A Daunting Progress towards a Pressing Need in Bangladesh, Korea University Law Review , vol.18 , no.1 , pp.3-13 , 2015 .
58 Jamila A Chowdhury and None (Self authored) : Cultural Repercussion on Mediation: Exploring a Culturally Resonant Mediation Approach Germane to Asia, Journal of Malaysian and Comparative Law , vol.42 , no.1 , pp.43-65 , 2015 .
59 Jamila A Chowhdury and None (Self authored) : Paradox of Neutrality in Mediation: An analysis under High Power-Distance vs.Low Power Distance Cultural Dichotomy, Bangladesh Journal of Law , vol.15 , no.1 & 2 , pp.1-20 , 2015 .
60 Shirin Sultana : Assessing the effectiveness of Cyber Security Measures in Bangladesh: A comparative Analysis of Cyber Security Measures of Bangladesh and Ind, Counsel Law Journal , vol.3 , no.2 , pp.76-103 , 2015 .
61 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : Challenges of 21st Century Warfare: New Weapon Technologies and International Humanitarian Law, Southeast University Journal of Law , vol.1 , no.1 , pp.7-18 , 2015 .
62 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : Struggles for Autonomy of the Indigenous Peoples in CHT: A Search for a Viable Solution, Jahangirnagar University Journal of Law , vol.III , pp.93-113 , 2015 .
63 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : Development of the Western Concept of Press Freedom in South Asia under the British Raj and Aftermath: A Comparative Contextualisation with Special Reference to Bangladesh, Verfassung und Recht in Ubersee (Law and Politics in Africa, Asia and Latin America) , vol.48 , no.2 , pp.124-143 , 2015 .
64 Moha. Waheduzzaman : Inclusion and Enforcement of ESC Rights under State Constitutions: An Appraisal, Jahangirnagar University Journal of Law , vol.III , pp.55-91 , 2015 .
65 MOHAMMAD GOLAM SARWAR : Conciliation and other Alternative Procedures of Dispute Settlements related to Personal Matters in the Legal System of Bangladesh: A critical Appraisal, Society and Change, Journal of Social Sciences , vol.Vol. VIII , pp.51-66 , 2015 .
66 Sumaiya Khair : ‘UNCAC and Civil Society Activism Against Corruption In Bangladesh’, Asian Yearbook of International Law , vol.20 , pp.115-162 , 2014 .
67 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : Gender Bias 'Preferential Gift' is Illegal: New Interpretation, Dhaka University Law Journal, The Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.25 , no.1 University of Dhaka , pp.25-30 , 2014 .
68 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : Legislative Responses to Child Labour in Bangladesh: Achievements, Challenges and Way Forward, Bangladesh University Journal , vol.2 , no.1 , pp.38-49 , 2014 .
69 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : Uniform Family Law in Bangladesh: A Utopian Approach?, Jahangirnagar University Journal of Law , vol.II , pp.47-63 , 2014 .
70 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : Protection of Intellectual Property Rights in View of International Treaties: Bangladesh Perspective, AIUB Journal of Business and Economics , vol.11 , no.1 , pp.53-76 , 2014 .
71 Rumana Islam : Interplay between Fair and Equitable Treatment (FET) Standard and other Investment Protection Standards, Bangladesh Journal of Law , vol.14 , no.1&2 , pp.117-142 , 2014 .
72 Mohammad Golam Sarwar and Anisur Rahman : Humanistic Interpretation of Islamic Law to eliminate Discrimination’, 15th Human Rights Summer School Journal , 2014 .
73 Moha. Waheduzzaman : Economic, Social and Cultural Rights under the Constitution: Critical Evaluation of Judicial Jurisprudence in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Journal of Law , vol.14 , no.1 & 2 , pp.01-42 , 2014 .
74 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : Eradication of Poverty through Development in View of International Human Rights Law: Bangladesh Perspective, Jahangirnagar University Journal of Law , vol.I , pp.97-118 , 2013 .
75 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : Legislation on Local Government Institutions in Bangladesh: An Appraisal, Dhaka University Law Journal, Dhaka University Studies, Part – F , vol.24 , no.1 , pp.83-100 , 2013 .
76 Rumana Islam : “Proportionality as a tool for balancing competing interests in investment disputes: Fair and Equitable Treatment (FET) Standard in Context,", Jahangirnagar University Journal of Law , vol.I , pp.119-139 , 2013 .
77 A B M Asrafuzzaman : Compensation in Writ Proceedings: A study of Constitutional jurisprudence in Bangladesh, The Journal of Faculty of Law, Jagannath University , vol.1 , no.1 , pp.53-62 , 2013 .
78 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : Does Part II of the Constitution of Bangladesh contain only economic and social rights, Dhaka University Law Journal, The Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.23 , no.1 University of Dhaka , pp.45-50 , 2012 .
79 Muhammad Ekramul Haque and Khurshid Alam : The Role of the Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in developing normative contents of the economic and social rights contained in the ICESCR, Dhaka University Law Journal, The Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.23 , no.1 University of Dhaka , pp.1-18 , 2012 .
80 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : In search of origin of recognition of economic and social rights as constitutional principles: from Ireland to Bangladesh, Dhaka University Law Journal, The Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.23 , no.2 University of Dhaka , pp.79-84 , 2012 .
81 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : Husband’s unilateral and excessive power of divorce under Islamic family law and its reforms in the modern world, Chittagong University Journal of Law , 2012 .
82 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : An overview of modern statutes on polygamy under Muslim law, Dhaka University Law Journal, The Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.23 , no.2 University of Dhaka , pp.43-56 , 2012 .
83 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : Discretion in Translating Law into Action: A Jurisprudential Analysis, Journal of the Faculty of Law, Dhaka University Studies, Part – F , vol.23 , no.2 , pp.85-102 , 2012 .
84 Rumana Islam : "Role of Good Faith in Interpreting Fair and Equitable Treatment (FET) Standard in Arbitral Practice", Bangladesh Journal of Law , vol.12 , no.1&2 , pp.107-134 , 2012 .
85 Moha. Waheduzzaman : Expropriation or Nationalization of Alien Property and the Standards of Compensation Required by International Law, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.23 , no.01 , pp.83-96 , 2012 .
86 Mohammad Towhidul Islam and Ferdaus Rahman : Shareholders’ Right to Distribution: A Misnomer, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.23 , no.1 , pp.19-44 , 2012 .
87 Mohammad Towhidul Islam and Ferdaus Rahman : Corporate Governance in the Stock Market of Bangladesh: Justification for a Viable Legal Framework, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.23 , no.2 , pp.57-78 , 2012 .
88 A B M Asrafuzzaman and Md. Reajul Hasan Shohag : Judicial Enforcement of Socio Economic Rights in Bangladesh: Learning Lessons From India, South Africa and Bangladesh, The Northern University Journal of Law , vol.III , pp.87-115 , 2012 .
89 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : Constitutional framework of Protection of Human Rights in Bangladesh, Dhaka University Law Journal, The Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.22 , no.1 University of Dhaka , pp.55-78 , 2011 .
90 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : An analysis of the laws regarding payment of dower in the marriages under Muslim personal law, Chittagong University Journal of Law University of Chittagong , 2011 .
91 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : Utility of Marriage Stipulations to remove gender inequalities and to protect the rights of women, Dhaka University Law Journal, The Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.22 , no.2 University of Dhaka , pp.37-52 , 2011 .
92 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : TRIPS Agreement and Public Health: Implications and Challenges for Bangladesh, International Trade Law and Regulation (Sweet & Maxwell: London) , vol.17 , no.1 , pp.10–39 , 2011 .
93 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : TRIPS Agreement and Agriculture: Implications and Challenges for Bangladesh, Manchester Journal of International Economic Law , vol.8 , no.2 , pp.38-84 , 2011 .
94 A.B.M. Asrafuzzaman : A Comparative Study of Share Buy Back And Allied Issues, The Northern University Journal of Law , vol.II , no.2011 , pp.97-117 , 2011 .
95 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : TRIPS Agreement and Economic Development: Implications and Challenges for Least-Developed Countries like Bangladesh, Nordic Journal of Commercial Law , vol.2 , pp.1–48 , 2010 .
96 Sumaiya Khair : Evaluating Legal Empowerment: Problems of Analysis and Measurement, Hague Journal on the Rule of Law Cambridge University Press , pp.33-37 , 2009 .
97 Borhan Uddin Khan and Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman : Local Government Level Restorative Adjudication: An Alternative Model of Justice for Children in Bangladesh, Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance , vol.2009 , no.4 , pp.26-45 , 2009 .
98 Borhan Uddin Khan and Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman : Freedom of Religion in South Asia: Implications for Minorities, European Yearbook of Minority Issues , vol.8 , pp.367-386 , 2009 .
99 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : The Scope of Doctrine of Self-Defence in International Law after Nacaragua, Dhaka University Law Journal,, Dhaka University Studies, Part – F , vol.20 , no.1-2 , pp.83-94 , 2009 .
100 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : Protection of Kin-minorities in International Law: Can South Asia Learn from Europe?, Dhaka University Law Journal,, Dhaka University Studies, Part – F , vol.20 , no.1-2 , pp.1-14 , 2009 .
101 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : Implications of the TRIPS Agreement for Bangladesh: Prospects and Concerns, Macquarie Journal of Business Law , vol.6 , pp.1-19 , 2009 .
102 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : Problems and Politics of IPRs Protection from WIPO to WTO: The Case Study of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka Journal of International Law , vol.21 , no.2 , pp.1-59 , 2009 .
103 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : TRIPS Protection of IPRs as Private Rights: Implications on the Right to Health, Mediterranean Journal of Human Rights (University of Malta and University of Ena, Italy) , vol.13 , no.1 , pp.55–79 , 2009 .
104 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : Protection of Public Interests through a Human Rights Framework in the TRIPS Agreement: Realities and Challenges, Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice (Oxford) , vol.8 , no.4 , pp.573-582 , 2009 .
105 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian and Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman : Post-Cold War UN Peacekeeping: A Review of Legal Aspects, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.19 , no.2 , pp.35-64 , 2008 .
106 Borhan Uddin Khan and Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman : Combating Terrorism under Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Regime, Mediterranean Journal of Human Rights , vol.12 , pp.379-397 , 2008 .
107 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : Post-Cold War UN Peace Keeping: A Review of Legal Aspects, Dhaka University Law Journal, Dhaka University Studies, Part – F , vol.19 , no.2 , pp.35-64 , 2008 .
108 Rumana Islam : Unlawful Dividends and Scope of Unjust Enrichment: Issues and Controversies in English Law, Stamford Journal of Law , vol.1 , no.1 , pp.41-71 , 2008 .
109 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : The requirement of notification under section 7 of the Muslim Family Laws Ordinance 1961 and its impact on the validity of talaq: a quest for the present law in Bangladesh, Rajshahi University Journal of Law University of Rajshahi , 2007 .
110 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : The inheritance of orphaned grandchildren under Islamic law of succession: An analysis of section 4 of the Muslim Family Laws Ordinance, 1961, Rajshahi University Journal of Law University of Rajshahi , 2007 .
111 Mohammad Towhidul Islam and Khurshid Alam : The Legal Regime of Management and Settlement of Khas Land in Bangladesh, Rajshahi University Law Journal , vol.4 , pp.117- 138 , 2007 .
112 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : The Modus Operandi of International Trade Law Rules: A Critical Overview, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.18 , no.1 , pp.43-78 , 2007 .
113 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : TRIPS Agreement and Bangladesh: Implications and Challenges, Dhaka University Law Journal , vol.18 , no.2 , pp.57-80 , 2007 .
114 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : Protecting Fundamental Rights through restricted legislative competence: Application of the doctrine of eclipse and severability, Dhaka University Law Journal, The Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.17 , no.1 University of Dhaka , pp.49-62 , 2006 .
115 Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman and Sk. Samidul Islam : Obligation of Bangladesh under Article 4 of the UN Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, 1984: A Performance Audit, Bangladesh Journal of Law , vol.10 , no.1-2 , pp.119-148 , 2006 .
116 Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman : Right to Life as a Fundamental Right in the Constitutional Framework of India, Bangladesh and Pakistan: An Appraisal, Dhaka University Studies, Part – F, Journal of the Faculty of Law , vol.17 , no.1 , pp.143-178 , 2006 .
117 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : Incentivising CSR Initiatives for Improving Quality Basic Education: Needed Legal Reforms, Journal of the Faculty of Law, Dhaka University Studies, Part – F , vol.17 , no.1 , pp.63-86 , 2006 .
118 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : Trademark Licensing: Bangladesh Perspective, Dhaka University Studies Part-F (Journal of the Faculty of Law) , vol.17 , no.1 , pp.87-112 , 2006 .
119 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : Death Penalty under Different National Legal Systems and Assessing Its Compatibility with International Human Rights, Dhaka University Studies Part-F (Journal of the Faculty of Law) , vol.17 , no.2 , pp.147-192 , 2006 .
120 Sumaiya Khair : Juvenile Justice Administration and Correctional Services in Bangladesh: A Critical Review, Journal of the Faculty of Law, The Dhaka University Studies, Part F , vol.16 , no.2 University of Dhaka , pp.1-28 , 2005 .
121 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : Concept of the Basic Structure of the Constitution: An Analysis in the context of the Constitutional law of Bangladesh, Dhaka University Law Journal, The Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.16 , no.2 University of Dhaka , pp.123-154 , 2005 .
122 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : Legal and Constitutional Status of the Fundamental Principles of State Policy as Embodied in the Constitution of Bangladesh, Dhaka University Law Journal, The Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.16 , no.1 University of Dhaka , pp.45-80 , 2005 .
123 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : Separation of Magistracy: A Basic Need for the Independent Judicial System in Bangladesh, Journal of the Faculty of Law, Dhaka University Studies, Part – F , vol.16 , no.1 , pp.81-100 , 2005 .
124 Rumana Islam : ‘Misfeasance in Public Office and Liability of the Bank Regulator: Revisiting Three Rivers District Council’, Chittagong University Law Journal , vol.X , pp.37-54 , 2005 .
125 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : Non-Muslims’ Rights in Islam and Its Compatibility with International Human Rights, Dhaka University Studies Part-F (Journal of the Faculty of Law) , vol.16 , no.1 , pp.123-149 , 2005 .
126 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : Development of Land Laws and Land Administration in Bangladesh: Ancient Period to Modern Times, Dhaka University Studies Part-F (Journal of the Faculty of Law) , vol.16 , no.2 , pp.203-246 , 2005 .
127 Sumaiya Khair : Alternative Dispute Resolution: How It Works in Bangladesh, , Journal of the Faculty of Law, Dhaka University Studies, Part F , vol.15 , no.1 University of Dhaka , 2004 .
128 Sumaiya Khair : Enslavement across the Borders: The Case of Trafficking in Women and Children in Bangladesh, BIISS Journal , vol.25 , no.3 BIISS , pp.255-278 , 2004 .
129 Muhammad Ekramul Haque : The Preamble of the Constitution of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh: An Analysis from Legal Perspective, Dhaka University Law Journal, The Dhaka University Studies Part-F , vol.15 , no.2 University of Dhaka , pp.107-122 , 2004 .
130 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : Protection of Human Rights at the International Level: Effectiveness of the Human Rights Committee as a Treaty-based Body, Journal of the Faculty of Law, Dhaka University Studies, Part – F , vol.15 , no.1 , pp.183-214 , 2004 .
131 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : Protection of Refugees against Refoulement, Dhaka University Studies Part-F (Journal of the Faculty of Law) , vol.15 , no.1 , pp.215 - 238 , 2004 .
132 Mohammad Towhidul Islam : Equality between Men and Women in Islam Especially in Respect of Inheritance and Its Compatibility with International Human Rights, Dhaka University Studies Part-F (Journal of the Faculty of Law) , vol.15 , no.2 , pp.163-207 , 2004 .
133 Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman and Mostafa Mahmud Naser : Merits and Demerits of Jury Trial in the Administration of Criminal Justice: A Jurisprudential Survey of Issues, Chittagong University Journal of Law , vol.7 , pp.65-95 , 2002 .
134 Sumaiya Khair : ‘Bringing International Human Rights Law Home: Trends and Practices of Bangladeshi Courts’, Asian Yearbook of International Law , vol.17 Brill , pp.47-84 , 2001 .
135 Mohammad Nazmuzzaman Bhuian : African (Banjul) Charter: A Unique Step to Protect Human Rights in Africa, , vol.5 , no.2 , pp.35-64 , 2001 .
Conference Proceedings (2)
1 Mohammad Towhidul Islam and Masrur Bin Ansari "Cross-border GI Protection: Challenges and Ramifications for Bangladesh." [2017 Asian Edition] WIPO-WTO Colloquium Papers , pp. 21-31. Geneva: WIPO-WTO, 2017 .
2 Mohammad Towhidul Islam "Linking Intellectual Property Rights with Plant Genetic Resources: Myths and Realities for Food Security in Least Developed Countries such as Bangladesh." WIPO-WTO Colloquium Papers , pp. 11-30. Geneva: WIPO-WTO, 2012 .