The Expert is a UK trained Barrister and a consultant of immigration laws in Bangladesh and UK. The Expert has particular expertise on Bangladeshi politics, human rights, and rights of religious minorities, Islamic law, trafficking, and the British-Bangladeshi community. The Expert has also conducted research, advisory and consultancy work in Bangladesh on right to life of Rohinghya, freedom of speech and other political rights, anti-corruption, violence against women, minority rights, etc.
The Expert has produced expert reports for UK and US courts and tribunals among others:
Freedom of speech, Extra judicial killings, Enforced disappearances, Police Harassment, Ghost and False cases, Persecution of human rights defenders, Persecution of religious minorities and violent extremism, Persecution related to family disputes (including violence against women), Citizenship laws, dual citizenship, etc, Family law, child custody, guardianship, Bangladeshi immigration laws and practices. Persecution of Rohingya, Persecution of Biharis and Persecution of bloggers and journalists, Document verification.
Rohingya’s right to life under International Law, 2015;
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR);
Lawful uses of Arm and Force under international law;
Procedure of the International Criminal Court (ICC);
A Critical evaluation of International Human Rights Law within the regions (Europe, America, Africa, Asia and the Arab Charter)
Blogs and short articles:
Barrister Nurul Azim, “A pragmatic approach must be needed to resolve the ongoing Rohingya crisis permanently”, the daily Cox’s bazar, on 17th September, 2017.