A. Kayum AhmedA. Kayum Ahmed (1)

A. Kayum Ahmed is a Doctoral Fellow at Teachers College, Columbia University and an Adjunct Faculty member at Columbia Law School. Before relocating to New York, Ahmed served as the Chief Executive Officer of the South African Human Rights Commission from 2010 to 2015.

Aditya Manubarwala and Rushabh VidyarthiAditya Manubarwala and Rushabh Vidyarthi (1)

Aditya Manubarwala is a Trainee Solicitor based in Mumbai. In the past, he has been an Attaché to the Office of the Speaker of the Lower House of the Indian Parliament. He is also one of the youngest Indian to have deposed before a committee of Parliament in Indian Legislative History. He has also been a Trainee Law Clerk to Justice F.M.I Kalifulla of the Supreme Court of India.

Rushabh Vidyarthi is a law student from the University of Mumbai and is a paralegal in the Bombay High Court under renowned criminal lawyer Mr. Aabad Ponda. He is very passionate about the intersection of Constitutional law and Criminal law.

Emraan AzadEmraan Azad (4)

Emraan Azad is a mooter and researcher. He competed in the Oxford-Price Media Law Moot Competition and published papers on gender, indigenous people, intelligence surveillance, media policy, and environmental issues. He holds a Diploma in Economic, Social and Development Rights from Kathmandu School of Law. Besides doing an LLM at Dhaka University, Emraan works on a Community Law Reform research project and contributes to the law pages of Daily Star and Dhaka Tribune. He can be reached at emraan@dhakalawreview.org.

Eshaya Binte HassanEshaya Binte Hassan (1)

Eshaya Binte Hassan is a freshman at the Department of Law, University of Dhaka. She is enthusiastic about a wide range of extracurricular activities starting from poetry recitation to playing for her college cricket team. Eshaya has also won national karate based competition. In her spare time, Eshaya likes to read books or just marvel at the beauty of nature all around; bird-watching being one of her favorite activities. She can be reached at hassan.eshaya@gmail.com

Farah SondaFarah Sonda (2)

Farah Sonda is a law student and a passionate writer. She loves to watch anime and writes series reviews online regularly. The academic achievements of Farah are equally raving. She received a gold medal from the education minister while in high school and the prestigious Shamailla Rahman Scholarship while in university. Farah has completed LLB and LLM from University of Dhaka.

Fariha AbedinFariha Abedin (1)

Fariha Abedin has completed her LLB and LLM from University of Dhaka standing among the top five percent of her class. She was awarded a gold medal for excellent performance in Constitutional Law and received Shamaila Rahman Memorial Scholarship for academic excellence. She is keenly interested to work on environmental and human rights issues.

Jahid Al MamunJahid Al Mamun (1)

Md. Jahid-Al- Mamun is a final year law student at the University of Dhaka. He serves as a staff member at Dhaka Law Review as well as a researcher at the Dhaka University Moot Court Society. He participated in the 7th Dr. Paras Diwan Memorial International Energy Law Moot Court Competition, 2017 and his team reached the quarterfinal stage among 28 teams. Jahid takes a keen interest in International Law, Human Rights Law, Environmental Law and Constitutional Law and can be reached at ad.mamun.du@gmail.com.

Johir UddinJohir Uddin (1)

মোঃ জহির উদদীন সোহাগ সম্প্রতি ঢাকা বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় থেকে আন্তর্জাতিক ও তুলনামূলক আইনে মাস্টার্স পরীক্ষা শেষ করেছেন। ক্রিটিকাল ও ক্রিয়েটিভ দুই আঙিনায় তিনি পদচারণা করতে চান। সাংবিধানিক আইন, তুলনামূলক আইন ও আন্তর্জাতিক আইন তাঁর পছন্দের বিষয়।

K. M. Ashbarul Bari and Nusrat JahanK. M. Ashbarul Bari and Nusrat Jahan (1)

K. M. Ashbarul Bari and Nusrat Jahan are active mooters and researchers associated with the prominent Dhaka University Moot Court Society (DUMCS) as the members of General Committee. They competed in Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition in 2014 and 2013 respectively. Both of them completed their first law degree from the University of Dhaka, and are currently pursuing an LLM from the same institution. Being the founding members of the Working Committee of Student Legal Aid Forum (SLAF), Mr. Bari and Ms. Jahan now work for Bangladesh Law Students Association (BDLSA) as an Organizing Secretary and a Human Resource Management Secretary respectively. They can be separately reached at: ashbarulbari@gmail.com and nusratlawdu@gmail.com.

Kawsar MahmoodKawsar Mahmood (1)

Kawsar Mahmood works in Legal and Compliance Department of Grameenphone Limited. Earlier in student life, he served Chittagong University Debating Society as its president and Director of Center for Leadership Assistance and Promotion (CLAP) Foundation. He has won notable debate championships home and abroad and also earned the best Advocate Award in BLAST-UK AID Inter-Varsity Mooting Championship-2014. Apart from LLB, he holds a diploma in Economic, Social and Development Rights (ESDR) from Kathmandu School of Law, Nepal.

Khaled SaifullahKhaled Saifullah (1)

Khaled Saifullah studies human rights at University of Oxford.

Komal BaralKomal Baral (1)

Komal Baral is a first-year student pursuing her Bachelors in Law (B.A. LL.B.) degree from Nepal Law Campus, Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu.
She has a keen interest to research on the discipline of criminal law, and is determined to endeavor for the standardization in legal profession and justice system. For the purpose of legal reform, she aims to work and avail her legal dexterity as a human resource to the judicial activism in Nepal and also in international level. Ms. Komal wishes to be engrossed in litigation, teaching, writing, publication and contributing to enhance the regime of genuine competitiveness in education and professional sectors of law.

Kunjan ShahKunjan Shah (1)

Kunjan Shah is a mooter and researcher. He participated in various international moot court competitions and coached moot court teams in both national and international level. Besides studying B.A.LL.B from Tribhuvan University, Nepal, he has been working as a Trainee Associate in Abhinawa Law Chambers, a leading law firm in Nepal. Kunjan has started internship at Revenue Tribunal, Nepal after completing internship at Civil Aviation Association of Nepal in ICAO Affairs and Legal Section. He is currently working as a researcher for a book soon to be published on Air Carriers Liability in Nepal.

Md. Azhar Uddin BhuiyanMd. Azhar Uddin Bhuiyan (1)

Md. Azhar Uddin Bhuiyan is a second year law student at University of Dhaka. Besides working as a staff member in Dhaka Law Review, Mr. Azhar is working at the Dhaka University Chapter of Network for International Law Students as its Secretary-General. He has a keen interest in the fields of Constitutional Law, Law of Contract and Jurisprudence and dreams of writing authoritative books in these branches of law in future. He can be reached at azhar.rifat@yahoo.com.

Md. MoniruzzamanMd. Moniruzzaman (1)

Md. Moniruzzaman is a law graduate from the University of Rajshahi and currently pursuing his LLM from the same institution. He is a mooter and researcher. In 2014, Mr. Monir participated in the 10th Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition, organized by the ICRC and the Faculty of Law, University of Dhaka. He was awarded with the best mooter trophy in Barrister Sayed Ishtiaq Ahmed Memorial Moot Court Competition. Representing Rajshahi University Moot Court Society (RUMCS), he along with his team won the championship in Justice Naimuddin Ahmed Memorial Moot Court Competition. Mr. Monir is one of the alumni of the 15th Human Rights Summer School, organized by ELCOP in 2014. He can be reached at: monir_moon@outlook.com.

Mia Mohammad IshtiaqueMia Mohammad Ishtiaque (1)

Mia Mohammad Ishtiaque is an Advocate practicing at Amir & Amir Law Associates. He holds LLB and LLM degrees from the Department of Law, University of Dhaka. Mr. Ishtiaque has worked on cases as significant as the 16th Amendment Case, the Quader Molla War Crimes Trial and the 10th General Election Case and so on. His main practicing areas are Civil Litigation, Writs and Company matters.

Muhammad Omar FaruqueMuhammad Omar Faruque (1)

Muhammad Omar Faruque is an LLM candidate at University of Dhaka. He serves as Editor-in-Chief of Dhaka Law Review. After winning record number of inter-university Debating Championships representing his university, he has been teaching advanced debating skills and adjudicating in different universities. He was Champion of 11th National Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition and was one of the semifinalists of South-Asian round. His team won best research prizes from regional and Asia-pacific rounds of International Humanitarian Law moot. Mr. Faruque conducted research on human rights issues under the supervision of South Asian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (SAILS). He can be reached at omar@dhakalawreview.org.

Naureen RahimNaureen Rahim (2)

Naureen Rahim is a student researcher, mooter and debater. She earned her first Law degree from Eastern University and served as the President of Eastern University Moot Court Society (EUMCS). Besides attending several international conferences and training on multidimensional areas; Naureen has been volunteering at the Democracy Watch and the Liberation War Museum. As a Street Lawyer at the ELCOP, she has been training up the school going children on various human rights issues. Currently Naureen is studying at the Centre for Genocide Studies, University of Dhaka.

Naveed Mustahid RahmanNaveed Mustahid Rahman (1)

Naveed Mustahid Rahman is an LLM student at the University of Dhaka and has worked in a number of research projects. He is currently serving as the managing editor of Dhaka Law Review and can be reached at naveed@dhakalawreview.org

Nousheen ZoarderNousheen Zoarder (1)

Nousheen Zoarder is a second year law student at University of Dhaka who speaks 4 languages. She is an avid reader of fiction and mythology. Besides editing for the law review, she works with Bangladesh Youth Environmental Initiative (BYEI) where she manages relations with external stakeholders, supervises interns, and coordinates programs and events. Ms. Zoarder can be reached at nousheen@dhakalawreview.org.

Preeti SikderPreeti Sikder (2)

Preeti Sikder is a lecturer of law at University of Asia Pacific (UAP). She received the Prof KAA Quamruddin Memorial Fellowship at the 14th Human Rights Summer School organized by ELCOP in 2013, and has published a research paper on climate justice in the same year. Besides serving as a Managing Editor at the Law Review, Ms. Sikder volunteered for a Human Rights Law Clinic. She can be reached at preeti@uap-bd.edu.

Ridwanul HoqueRidwanul Hoque (3)

An author and constitutional law expert, Dr. Ridwanul Hoque is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Dhaka, and currently is Endeavour Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne Law School. Dr. Hoque has published in British, American, Singaporean, Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi law journals. In the 2013-14 academic session, Dr. Hoque held a visiting appointment as a Fulbright Scholar at Cornell Law School, Cornell University, USA. He is the author of the book "Judicial Activism in Bangladesh: A Golden Mean Approach" (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011).

Rokeya ChowdhuryRokeya Chowdhury (1)

Rokeya Chowdhury is a human rights activist and Lecturer at Faculty of Law, University of Dhaka. At present she is carrying her Doctoral Research as an O’Brien Fellow at Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism, McGill University. She is the author of “Manual for Human Rights Defenders" published by National Human Rights Commission, Bangladesh. Rokeya’s research interest includes human rights, interdisciplinary legal studies and comparative law.

ShahnewajShahnewaj (1)

Shahnewaj is an Advocate and Research Officer on Law at Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA). He regularly contributes in different newspapers on different legal issues. He can be reached at newazuaplaw@gmail.com

Shyikh MahdiShyikh Mahdi (2)

Shyikh Mahdi is a blogger, social activist and coordinator of Bangladesh Law Students' Association. He became the best mooter at 8th National Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition in 2012. At present, he is a student of LLM at the University of Dhaka, and holds the responsibility of Organizing Secretary at Dhaka University Moot Court Society. Previously, he worked with Save the Children, USAID, International Crimes Tribunal (ICT-BD) and International Cricket Council (ACSU of ICC).

Tahseen LubabaTahseen Lubaba (1)

Tahseen Lubaba is a first year Law student at the University of Dhaka. She is a US Exchange Alumna and an active member of YES Alumni Bangladesh, with which she has undertaken various social welfare projects. Ms Lubaba has been working as an intern in the Dhaka Law Review. She likes books, nature and a few hours of extra sleep on weekends. Lubaba can be reached at tahseen_lubaba@live.com

Taqbir HudaTaqbir Huda (1)

Taqbir Huda is currently working as a trainee-advocate at Chancery Chambers in Bangladesh and a legal volunteer at the Bangladesh Society for the Enforcement of Human Rights (BSEHR - Mandobadhikar). He graduated top of his class in law from School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London. Mr. Huda also worked with Bangladesh National Woman Lawyers’ Association (BNWLA) on few research reports commissioned by Community Legal Services (CLS). Huda has interest on reading, watching political documentaries and photography. His dream is to promote women’s rights, minority rights and interfaith solidarity in Bangladesh. He can be reached at taqbirhuda@gmail.com.

Tashmia SaberaTashmia Sabera (2)

Tashmia Sabera is an editor who occasionally directs stage drama. Her team won the Best Memorial Award in the 9th National Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition. Tashmia completed her LLB from University of Dhaka and is currently pursuing an LLM from the same university. She was a participant of the 15th Human Rights Summer School organized by ELCOP. She can be reached at tashmia@dhakalawreview.org.