PhD at the Western Sydney University, Australia (Continuing) Thesis Title:The Environmental Impacts of Rohingya Refugee in Bangladesh: Legal and Policy Responses
LL.M. (Master of Laws in Human Rights), University of Hong Kong
LL.M.(Master of Laws) University of Chittagong
LL.B. Honours, (Bachelor of Laws) University of Chittagong
Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) 1995.Haji Mohammad Moshin College, Chittagong
Secondary School Certificate (SSC) 1993.Dhalgata Ideal High School, Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh
Assistant Professor, Department of Law, Premier University, Since 15 October 2009
Assistant Professor, Department of Law, BGC Trust University Bangladesh, Chittagong from 10 August 2008 to 14 October 2009
Lecturer, Department of Law, University of BGC Trust Bangladesh, Chittagong from 23 January 2006 to 9 August 2008
Legal Practice, Chittagong District Court; October 2002– 2005
1. Intellectual Property Law in Bangladesh: Search for the Global Face, Published by Five Jewel Publication, Dhaka, Bangladesh, June 2013
2. An Introduction to Company Law, Published by Five Jewel Publication, Dhaka, Bangladesh, September, 2012
Articles and Book Chapter:
1.Mohammad, N. (2021)‘ Environmental Disasters Induced Climate Refugee in Bangladesh: A Way –Out’ In. Walter Leal Pilho, Johannes M. Luetz And DesalegnYayenAyal,(eds) Handbook of Climate Management, Springer
2.Mohammad, N. (2020) ‘ Rohingya Refugee Presence Makes the Environment Fragile in Cox’s Bazar District, Policy Brief Series 121, Centre for International Law Research and Policy, TorkelOpsahl Academic E Publisher.
3.Mohammad, N.Mohiuddin, S. (2020) ‘ Human Rights’ In. Professor David Crowther and ShahlaSeifi (eds) The Palgrave Handbook of Corporate Social Responsibility, Palgrave Macmillan
4.Mohammad, N. (2019) ‘ The Right to Education of Persons with Disabilities in Bangladesh: A Critical Review ‘ FIMT Law Journal, vol. 2 issue 1 &2
5.Mohammad, N. (2019) “ Minister of Health v. Treatment Action Campaign (2002) 5 SA 721 (C.C)” FIMT Journal Law Journal Vol: 1 Issue: 1& 2
6.Mohammad, N. (2017) “The Problem of Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh: A Critical Analysis” Kathmandu School of Law Review Vol-5 Issue-2 Nepal, Kathmandu.
7.Mohammad, N. (2017) “Participation As a Human Rights: A Right-based Approach to Development” Stakeholders: Governance and Responsibility.
8.Mohammad, N. (2016) “Responses to Climate Change in Bangladesh: An Appraisal” European Journal of Law and Reform, Vol-2 Issue 18. Netherlands
9.Mohammad, N. (2015) “Climate Change and Displacement in Bangladesh: Issues and Challenges” Handbook of Climate Change Adaptation edited by Walter Leal Filho, Published in Springer, Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015
10.Mohammad, N. (2013) “Intellectual Property and Human Rights: A Conceptual Analysis in the Light of Developing Countries” Kathmandu School of Law Review Vol-2 Issue-1, Nepal, Kathmandu.
11.Mohammad, N. (2012) “Protection of International Refugee under the Constitution of Bangladesh: A Brief Overview” Refugee Watch, A South Asian Journal on Forced Migration, Issue- 39, PP: 147-163 Kolkata India.
12.Mohammad, N. (2011) “Internet Peculiarity and Territorial Traditionalism Coverage on Cyberspace: A Study of Techno-Legal Synchronization in the USA”. An Edited Book “Cyber Law, Cyber Crime, Internet and E-commence” PP: 444-458
13.Mohammad, N. (2011) “International Refugee Law Standards: Rohingya Refugee Problems in Bangladesh” ISIL Yearbook of International Humanitarian and Refugee Law, Vol-11 p. 401-418
14.Mohammad, N. (2010) “Environment and Sustainable Development in Bangladesh: A Legal Study in the Context of International Trends”, International Journal of Law and Management, Emerald, Vol-53, Issues- 2, PP: 89-107
15.Rahman, M. M, Aktaruzzaman, M, Mohammad N, and Rahaman, M, O. (2009) “Cyber Space Claiming New Dynamism in the Jurisprudential Philosophy: A Substantive Analysis of Conceptual and Institutional Innovation”. International Journal of Law and Management Vol-51 Issues- 5, PP: 274-290
16. Mohammad, N. and Uddin, N. (2009) “Aftermaths of TRIPs Agreements: A Comprehensive Study in the Light of Developing Countries”. BGC Trust University Journal Vol-1, Issues-1 PP: 113-135
17.Mohammad, N. and Nabi, R. (2008) “Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards Concerning Commercial Disputes in Bangladesh: A Brief Overview” published in “Humanomics” Emerald, The International Journal of Systems and Ethics Vol-24, Issues- 4, PP: 274-284
18.Rahaman, M, O, Mohammad, N and Rahman M, M. (2008) “Towards Understanding Personal Jurisdiction in Cyberspace: An Overview of American Try-out for Internet Cases”. International Journal of Law and Management” Emerald, Vol-30, Issues- 3, PP: 105-120,
19.Nour Mohammad (2004) “Cyber Law and Territory Claiming New Dynamism in Jurisprudence” Published in the Daily Star, in Law and our Rights issue 26 December 2004.
Member of Advisory Board; Journal of Law and Public Policy (ISSN2394-9295 in India
Member, Board of editors Law Vision, Issue 6 December 2000, which was published from Law Department, Chittagong University.
Technical Committee of International Conference on Advances in Environment Research (ICAER) 2019.
Journal of Regional Environmental Change, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Potsdam, Germany.
Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, reviewed article in the edited book ‘Bangladesh and International Law’ 2020.
Reviewer of Academia.edu
Award & Prizes
1. Post graduate research scholarship for PhD tenable at WSU Australia, from September 2019- September 2023.
2. Winter course of International law, organized by Haque Academy of international law will be held in January 2019.
3. United Nations Fellowship for Regional Course of International Law held in 2017 Thailand.
4. IGLP Scholars workshop on Emerging Leaders on the rule of law and Policy held in 2018 Thailand.
5. Wing Family Scholarship tenable at the University of Hong Kong, 1 September 2014 to 31 May 2015.
6. WIPO-WTO for Teacher Colloquium Scholarship 15 to 26 June 2015, Geneva Switzerland.
7. Global Minority Rights Summer School Scholarship 19 to 26 July, 2015 Budapest, Hungary.
8. Bangladesh University Board Scholarship 1996 to 1999.
Area of Interests
International Refugee Law, Human Rights Law, and Environmental Law