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Tahsin Khan

Asst. Professor, Department of Law (Study Leave, England)

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Tahsin Khan is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Law, Notre Dame University Bangladesh. Previously he taught at the Department of Law & Justice, Southeast University. He has also taught at the School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast as a Tutor on a contractual basis. Mr. Khan is a PhD candidate at Queen’s University Belfast (UK) which is a Russell Group Member Institution. He holds an LLM in International Criminal Law from Bangor University, UK with distinction. He has a number of publications to his credit in the field of international law, and has also presented research papers at international conferences on international law. He also works as a Research Assistant (RA) to Dr Pratyush Nath Upreti of Queen’s University Belfast. Considered a veteran in mooting, he has participated in several national and international moot court competitions, including the prestigious ICC Moot Court Competition at The Hague.

Education

  • SSC
    • Group/Subject: Science
    • Board: Dhaka
    • Year: 2002
    • Institution: Dhanmondi Govt. Boys’ High School
    • Result: 4.38 out of 5
  • HSC
    • Group/Subject: Science
    • Board: Dhaka
    • Year: 2004
    • Institution: Notre Dame College
    • Result: 4.30 out of 5
  • Bachelor
    • Group/Subject: Law
    • Institution: Southeast University
    • Year: 2009
    • Result: 3.91 out of 4
  • Master
    • Group/Subject: Law (International Criminal Law)
    • Institution: Bangor University (UK)
    • Result: Distinction
  • Ph.D.
    • Group/Subject: Law
    • Institution: Queen’s University Belfast (UK)
    • Year: 2022-2025
    • Ph.D. Thesis Topic/Research Area: International Criminal Law
    • Result: Not awarded yet

Publications/Journals/Research/Conferences

Selected Publications
  • Tahsin Khan, ‘Marine Resources and the Blue Economy’ in Mohammad Shahabuddin (ed), Bangladesh and International Law (Routledge 2021) 131.
    • M A Taher, S Z Jamaluddin and T Khan, ‘Protection of Children on the Internet within the Legal Landscape of Bangladesh: An Appraisal’ in M Vanhullebusch, S Foster and B Stanford (eds), The Asian Yearbook of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (Vol. 8, Brill Nijhoff 2024) (Accepted).
    • Tahsin Khan, ‘Islamic Laws of War and Modern Laws of War: A Question of Compatibility?’ (2019) XIII (3) Society & Change 35.
    • Tahsin Khan, ‘An Analysis of the Role and Rights of Victims in International Criminal Trials’ (2016) 2 (1) Southeast University Journal of Law 41.
    • Tahsin Khan, ‘Climate Change Refugees: The Case for Legal Recognition’ (2017) 1 (1) SED Journal of Environmental Studies 15.
    • Amdadul Haque, Tahsin Khan and Shanjida Israt Jahan Efat, ‘Mechanisms, Problems and Prospects of Human Rights Implementation: Bangladesh Perspective’ (2014) II (2) Jagannath University Journal of Law.
    • Arif Ahmed and Tahsin Khan, Glimpses of International Humanitarian Law (Shams Publications 2019).

    Research Interests

    International Criminal Law, International Humanitarian Law, International Human Rights Law, Transitional Justice, Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL).

    Research Project

    Research Project Run by Faculty Member

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    Books

    Books (Main Author)
    • Author(s): Arif Ahmed and Tahsin Khan
    • Book Title: Glimpses of International Humanitarian Law
    • Publisher: Shams Publications
    • Country: Bangladesh
    • Year of Publication: 2019
    • ISBN: [978-984-34-2383-2]
    Books (Chapter)
    • Author: M A Taher, S Z Jamaluddin and T Khan
    • Book Title: The Asian Yearbook of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law
    • Publisher: Brill Nijhoff
    • Country: Netherlands
    • Year of Publication: 2024 (To be published)
    • ISBN: To be published in 2024
    • Author: Tahsin Khan
    • Book Title: Bangladesh and International Law
    • Publisher: Routledge
    • Country: United Kingdom
    • Year of Publication: 2021
    • ISBN: [978-0-367-61858-2]

    Teaching Responsibilities

    • Constitutional law of Bangladesh
    • Law on the Rules of Interpretation
    • Law on Alternative Dispute Resolution
    • International Human Rights
    • International Humanitarian Law
    • International Criminal Law

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    Professional Experience

    Academic
    • Designation: Assistant Professor
    • Department: Law
    • Institute: Notre Dame University Bangladesh
    • Responsibilities: To teach classes, to evaluate answer scripts, to advise students, to conduct academic research and carry out any task assigned by the authority.
    • From Date: 2018
    • To Date: Present
    • Active: Yes
    • Designation: Lecturer
    • Department: Law
    • Institute: Southeast University
    • Responsibilities: To teach classes, to evaluate answer scripts, to advise students, to conduct academic research and carry out any task assigned by the authority.
    • From Date: 2011
    • To Date: 2018
    • Active: No
    • Designation: Research Assistant (RA)
    • Department: School of Law
    • Institute: Queen’s University Belfast
    • Responsibilities: To assist Dr Pratyush Nath Upreti in his academic research relating to Third World Approaches to International Law (TWAIL).
    • Active: Yes
    Non-Academic
    • Designation: Advocate, Dhaka Judge Court
    • From Date: 2012
    • To Date: Present
    • Active: Yes

    Training

    Participated in the Asia Justice and Rights (AJAR) Summer Course 2019 “Foundation for Peace: An Introduction to Human Rights and Transitional Justice in Asian Contexts’ from 12-17 August 2019 at Bali, Indonesia.

    Awards and Honors

    • Recipient of the Vice Chancellor’s Gold medal for outstanding result in LLB (Hons.)
    • Recipient of the ‘Best Researcher’ award in the 1st AB Bank Commercial Law Moot Court Competition (2008)

    Professional Memberships

    • Member (Since 2012): Dhaka Bar Association, Bangladesh

    Collaborations

    Adjudicator: 5th Bangladesh National Round of Phillip C Jessup International Moot Court Competition (2021).

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