Research Articles:

‘Inter-State Tacit Agreements: The Emerging Law of Unwritten Treaties’ (2021) (Under Review)

Where are the LDC and Small Developing State Complainants in the WTO DSB?’ (2020) 52(2) The George Washington International Law Review (with Prof. Md. Rizwanul Islam)

Right to be Forgotten: A Critique of the Post-Costeja Gonzalez Paradigm’ (2015) 21(6) Computer and Telecommunications Law Review 175

Chapters:

Framework of Engagement with International Law’ in Mohammad Shahabuddin (ed), Bangladesh and International Law (Routledge 2021)

Posts, Opinion Pieces, and Online Contributions:

Resolving the Issue of Sea-stranded Rohingyas‘ The Daily Star (Dhaka, 13 March 2021)

Special and Differential Treatment of LDC Parties in RCEP’s Dispute Settlement Mechanism: Mere Words or Effective Safeguards?’ AfronomicsLaw (17 February 2021)

Bangladesh should Host ICC’s Proceedings in Cox’s Bazar’ The Daily Star (Dhaka, 25 September 2020)

The Importance of Land Rights to Rohingya Repatriation: The Pinheiro Principles and Justice for the Displaced‘ Policy Forum (Canberra, 25 September 2020)

Folk Fest Registration Controversy Exemplifies the Need for Data Protection Law‘ The Daily Star (Dhaka, 19 November 2019)

Shamima Begum may be a Bangladeshi Citizen After All’ EJIL: Talk! (14 March 2019)

Sexual Misconduct at the Workplace and a Culture of Impunity’ The Daily Star (Dhaka, 5 November 2018)

How Bangladesh should Approach the Rohingya Issue’ The Daily Star (Dhaka, 24 September 2018)

Myanmar Remains Disingenuous when it comes to Rohingya Repatriation’ The Diplomat (Washington, DC, 28 August 2018)

Bangladesh’s Observations on Rohingya Deportation’ The Daily Star (Dhaka, 30 May 2018)

Myanmar should pay Reparations to Rohingyas’ The Daily Star (Dhaka, 13 May 2018)

In Search of Justice: Ethnic Cleansing of Rohingyas and the International Criminal Court’ The Daily Star (Dhaka, 3 March 2018)

Rohingyas’ Dignified Return to their Homeland’ The Kathmandu Post (Kathmandu, 23 November 2017)

Rohingyas’ Dignified Return to their Homeland is more than just Agreement to Repatriate’ The Straits Times (Singapore, 21 November 2017)

Rohingyas’ Dignified Return to their Homeland’ The Daily Star (Dhaka, 21 November 2017)

Case for a UN Interim Administration in Rakhine’ The Daily Star (Dhaka, 25 October 2017)

Protecting Data in Digital Bangladesh’ The Daily Star (Dhaka, 7 May 2017)

The Fate of the Stateless’ Dhaka Tribune (Dhaka, 26 April 2017)

Diplomatic Protection for the Stateless Rohingya’ Policy Forum (Canberra, 22 March 2017)

Diplomatic Protection for the Stateless Rohingya’ New Mandala (Canberra, 22 March 2017)

Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act: An Assault on State Immunity’ The Daily Star (Dhaka, 7 February 2017) (with Dr. Md. Rizwanul Islam)

Blocking Pornographic Websites Counterintuitive and Futile’ The Daily Star (Dhaka, 7 January 2017)

The Man I Knew’ Dhaka Tribune (Dhaka, 21 October 2014)

Notes:

Answering Problem Questions in Law (The ILAC Method) (2021)

Patents, LDCs, and the COVID-19 Vaccine (2021)

International Criminal Law – Information Note on Victims’ Participation International Criminal Court Proceedings (2021)

Constitutional Law of Bangladesh – Notes on the Interpretation of the Constitution (2015)

Constitutional Law of Bangladesh – Notes on the Independence of the Judiciary (2015)

Constitutional Law of Bangladesh – Notes on Fundamental Right (2015)

Constitutional Law of Bangladesh – Notes on Writs (2015)

Statements:

Statement of Facts leading up to the Protests against the BRAC University Administration in August 2017

Education:

LLM, University of Cambridge (2016)

LLB (Honours), BRAC University (2014)

Specialised Training:

5th Online Course on International Refugee Law [2020] – International Institute of Humanitarian Law (IIHL), Sanremo, Italy

Training Programme on Disarmament and Non-Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMDs) [2020] – Asser Institute and Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), The Hague, Netherlands

17th Course on Internal Displacement [2019] – International Institute of Humanitarian Law (IIHL), Sanremo, Italy

Summer Course, Public International Law Session + Directed Studies [2019] – The Hague Academy of International Law, The Hague, Netherlands

Diploma, Law of the Sea [2018] – Yeosu Academy of the Law of the Sea, Yeosu, South Korea