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Mohammad Ataul Karim

Senior Lecturer
Department of Law

LL.M.(Master of Laws), University of Dhaka
LL.B.(Bachelor of Laws), University of Dhaka

Professional Positions:
Advocate, Judges’ Court Dhaka.
Advocate, Supreme Court of Bagladesh.
Former Senior Lecturer & Program Coordinator, Green University of Bangladesh, (From 10th May, 2012 to 1st September, 2015).

Research Positions:

Reviewer, Journal of Malaysian and Comparative Law, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya.

Former Assistant Editor, Green University Review of Social Sciences (A peer reviewed Journal) ISSN 2313-237X (Print) ISSN 2409 7403 (Online).

Research Project Completed: Alternative Dispute Resolution Process in Family Matters under the Legal Framework of Bangladesh: Challenges and Ways Out, Funded by Green University Centre for Research, Development and Transformations.

 

Intellectual Property Law
Jurisprudence and Legal Theories

Law, religion and Issues related to Personal Law
Constitutional issues of Bangladesh and Comparative Constitutional Laws .

Journal Publication

International

·      1. Kairm, MA and Karim, MEK, (April, 2017), Protection of ‘Handicraft’ as geographical indications under municipal Law, TRIPS and BTAs vis-à-vis CETA: ‘Bangladeshi Jamdani’ as Case Study’, Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property Law, Vol. 7, Issue. 1, Online ISSN 20459815, Print ISSN: 2045980, Edward Elgar Publishing, London, UK. https://www.elgaronline.com/abstract/journals/qmjip/7-1/qmjip.2017.01.03.xml

·       2. Karim, MA,(September, 2016), ‘An excellent guide to TRIPS-compliant patent regime and public health concerns in the developing world’, , Journal of Intellectual Property and Practice, Vol. 11, No. 10, Oxford University Press. (Book review of Intellectual Property and Public Health in the Developing World by Monirul Azam, published from Open Book Publishers (2016), Cambridge, UK). https://academic.oup.com/jiplp/article-abstract/11/10/795/2412211

·       3. ‘Karim, MA, (February, 2016), Indian Claims over Geographical Indications of Bangladesh: sustainability under IP regime, Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property Law, Vol. 6, Issue. 1, Online ISSN 20459815, Print ISSN: 2045980, Edward Elgar Publishing, London, UK. https://www.elgaronline.com/abstract/journals/qmjip/6-1/qmjip.2016.01.04.xml

 

 

 

 

 

National

·        1. Karim, MA and Khalid, SA, (2016), ADR Mechanisms in Polygamy and Divorce under Statutory Laws of Bangladesh: A Critical Analysis’,  Jahangir Nagar University Journal of Law, Vol.4, Savar, Bangladesh.

·    2. Karim, MA, and Razib, G, (2014), ‘Human rights and Development: An Intersecting Point for Peace’, Journal of State University of Bangladesh, December, ISSN 1998 3778, published by State University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

·         3. Karim, MA, (2013) (Co-author), Realising ESC Rights Through Budgetary Allocation: A Viable Alternative for Bangladesh, Bangladesh Journal of Law, Volume 13, Number 1-2, June-December 2013,ISSN 1609-3593, A Biannual Publication of Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs. http://www.biliabd.org/article%20law/Vol-13/Md.%20Jobair%20Alam%20and%20Md%20Ataul%20Karim.pdf 

·          4. Karim, MA, (2013), ‘Negative voting system in Parliamentary Election of Bangladesh: A legal and Political Analysis’, Green University Review, Volume 4, Number 1-2, December 2013, ISSN 2218-5283, published by Green University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2624903  

 

Conference & Seminars

            1. Karim, MA, Supreme Court’s Recent Directives on Legal Education in Bangladesh: A Critical Appraisal’, (16th May, 2017), at International Conference on Legal Education, organized by Department of Law, East West University, Dhaka.

        2. Karim, MA, Emerging Issues of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and Constitutional Provisions of Bangladesh, (June, 2012), jointly presented at Colloquium on 40th Anniversary of adopting Bangladesh Constitution, organized by Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA).

Other

1. Mohammad Ataul Karim, Demand for Medicine Patenting, Law & Our Rights, Daily Star, http://www.thedailystar.net/law-our-rights/demand-medicine-patenting-1259251

2. Mohammad Ataul Karim, Way to Compensatory Justice, Law & Our Rights, Daily Star, http://www.thedailystar.net/law-our-rights/way-compensatory-justice-system-1207786

+ Academic Background

LL.M.(Master of Laws), University of Dhaka
LL.B.(Bachelor of Laws), University of Dhaka

+ Professional Experience

Professional Positions:
Advocate, Judges’ Court Dhaka.
Advocate, Supreme Court of Bagladesh.
Former Senior Lecturer & Program Coordinator, Green University of Bangladesh, (From 10th May, 2012 to 1st September, 2015).

Research Positions:

Reviewer, Journal of Malaysian and Comparative Law, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya.

Former Assistant Editor, Green University Review of Social Sciences (A peer reviewed Journal) ISSN 2313-237X (Print) ISSN 2409 7403 (Online).

Research Project Completed: Alternative Dispute Resolution Process in Family Matters under the Legal Framework of Bangladesh: Challenges and Ways Out, Funded by Green University Centre for Research, Development and Transformations.

 

+ Research Interest

Intellectual Property Law
Jurisprudence and Legal Theories

Law, religion and Issues related to Personal Law
Constitutional issues of Bangladesh and Comparative Constitutional Laws .

+ Selected Publications

Journal Publication

International

·      1. Kairm, MA and Karim, MEK, (April, 2017), Protection of ‘Handicraft’ as geographical indications under municipal Law, TRIPS and BTAs vis-à-vis CETA: ‘Bangladeshi Jamdani’ as Case Study’, Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property Law, Vol. 7, Issue. 1, Online ISSN 20459815, Print ISSN: 2045980, Edward Elgar Publishing, London, UK. https://www.elgaronline.com/abstract/journals/qmjip/7-1/qmjip.2017.01.03.xml

·       2. Karim, MA,(September, 2016), ‘An excellent guide to TRIPS-compliant patent regime and public health concerns in the developing world’, , Journal of Intellectual Property and Practice, Vol. 11, No. 10, Oxford University Press. (Book review of Intellectual Property and Public Health in the Developing World by Monirul Azam, published from Open Book Publishers (2016), Cambridge, UK). https://academic.oup.com/jiplp/article-abstract/11/10/795/2412211

·       3. ‘Karim, MA, (February, 2016), Indian Claims over Geographical Indications of Bangladesh: sustainability under IP regime, Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property Law, Vol. 6, Issue. 1, Online ISSN 20459815, Print ISSN: 2045980, Edward Elgar Publishing, London, UK. https://www.elgaronline.com/abstract/journals/qmjip/6-1/qmjip.2016.01.04.xml

 

 

 

 

 

National

·        1. Karim, MA and Khalid, SA, (2016), ADR Mechanisms in Polygamy and Divorce under Statutory Laws of Bangladesh: A Critical Analysis’,  Jahangir Nagar University Journal of Law, Vol.4, Savar, Bangladesh.

·    2. Karim, MA, and Razib, G, (2014), ‘Human rights and Development: An Intersecting Point for Peace’, Journal of State University of Bangladesh, December, ISSN 1998 3778, published by State University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

·         3. Karim, MA, (2013) (Co-author), Realising ESC Rights Through Budgetary Allocation: A Viable Alternative for Bangladesh, Bangladesh Journal of Law, Volume 13, Number 1-2, June-December 2013,ISSN 1609-3593, A Biannual Publication of Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs. http://www.biliabd.org/article%20law/Vol-13/Md.%20Jobair%20Alam%20and%20Md%20Ataul%20Karim.pdf 

·          4. Karim, MA, (2013), ‘Negative voting system in Parliamentary Election of Bangladesh: A legal and Political Analysis’, Green University Review, Volume 4, Number 1-2, December 2013, ISSN 2218-5283, published by Green University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2624903  

 

Conference & Seminars

            1. Karim, MA, Supreme Court’s Recent Directives on Legal Education in Bangladesh: A Critical Appraisal’, (16th May, 2017), at International Conference on Legal Education, organized by Department of Law, East West University, Dhaka.

        2. Karim, MA, Emerging Issues of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and Constitutional Provisions of Bangladesh, (June, 2012), jointly presented at Colloquium on 40th Anniversary of adopting Bangladesh Constitution, organized by Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA).

Other

1. Mohammad Ataul Karim, Demand for Medicine Patenting, Law & Our Rights, Daily Star, http://www.thedailystar.net/law-our-rights/demand-medicine-patenting-1259251

2. Mohammad Ataul Karim, Way to Compensatory Justice, Law & Our Rights, Daily Star, http://www.thedailystar.net/law-our-rights/way-compensatory-justice-system-1207786