Assistant Professor, Law
Premier University, Chittagong
Department of Law, Premier University
Assistant Professor,Department of Law, Premier University, Chittagong,Since September 2012-Present.
Lecturer,Department of Law, Premier University, Chittagong,From April 2008 to September 2012.
Foreign Visiting Researcher,University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan,From December 2007 to April, 2008
Assistant Examinations Services Officer,British Council, Chattogram, Bangladesh,From July 2006-March 2007.
PhD FellowUniversity of Chittagong, BangladeshThesis title:Analysing the Role of Law to Address the Challenges of Women Empowerment: A Study in Perspective of Gender-based Violence in Bangladesh
MPhil (Awarded),University of Chittagong, BangladeshThesis title:Liability Regime in Environmental Law: National and International Perspectives
LL.M. (Master of Laws)University of Chittagong
LL.B. Honours, (Bachelor of Laws)University of Chittagong
Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) 1997Govt. Haji Mohammad Moshin College, Chittagong
Secondary School Certificate (SSC) 1995.Bangladesh Women’s Association Girls’ High School
1. Meher Nigar (2022). Towards an
International Criminal Law Regime. The Chittagong University Journal of Law,
Vol. XXIII, 2018. (Accepted) (In press).
2. Nigar, M. (2018). Revisiting the International
Civil Liability Regime for Transboundary Pollution by Nuclear, Oil and
Hazardous waste. Sri Lanka Journal of International Law, 26, 53-77.
3. Nigar, M. (2017). Environmental liability
and global commons: a critical study. The International Journal of Law and
Management, 60 (2), 435-451.
4. Meher Nigar (2016). Right to
Information(RTI) in Bangladesh: Looking Within and Beyond. Indian Journal of
Law and Justice, 7, 124-139.
M. (2016). Liability Regime under Environmental Laws of Bangladesh: A Critical
Review. Premier Critical Perspectives, 2(1), 135-152.
6. Nigar, M. (2015). Fatwa violence against
women in Bangladesh: A socio-legal approach. The Chittagong University Journal
of Law, XX, 103-118.
7. Nigar, M. and Urmi, H.N. (2009). Doctrine
of Legitimate Expectation in Administrative Law: A Bangladesh Perspective. The
Chittagong University Journal of Law, XIV, 50-70.
Women rights, Women empowerment, Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, Environmental Law.