Adity Rahman Shah
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Adity Rahman Shah

Senior Lecturer
Department of Law

  • Master of Laws (LLM)
  • East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh , Senior Lecturer:  September 05, 2018 – Till to date
  • East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Lecturer:  September 01, 2016 – September 4, 2018
  • State University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh 

Part-time Lecturer: January 01, 2016- April 30, 2016

  • Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK, A Legal Aid and Human Rights Organisation), Dhaka, Bangladesh  

Intern in Mediation ,Litigation and Rapid Response Unit (Resolving     disputes through mediation or litigation in ten legal aid clinics in Dhaka)

I am Text Block

Journal Publication

International

A.R. Shah, “Preventing Abuse and Neglect of Parents in Bangladesh: From Religious Dogmas to Legislative Initiatives”  as a book chapter in “Elder Abuse and Neglect: In Selected Asian Countries”, University of Malaya Press, Page 89-109.

National
  1. Shah, Adity Rahman, “A Comparative Study of Common Law Jurisdictions on Exclusion Clause and its Ramifications on Consumer Rights: Bangladeshi Law in Context”, Bangladesh Journal of Law (2017), Vol. I  & II (June-December), Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA), Page 169-200.

Conference & Seminars

  1. Shah, Adity Rahman , “The Concept of Sovereignty and the Never-ending Cycle of Colonization: Does South Asia Need New International Law to Protect its Citizens from the State-sponsored Aggression?”(30 December) presented in the Asian Law and Society Conference, 2018 (ALSA) organized by Faculty of Law, Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia, The Australian Network for Japanese Law (ANJeL) and the Asia Pacific Legal Institute of Australia (APLIA) (Sponsored by Cambridge University Press), Australia.
  2. Shah, Adity Rahman , “Does the Application of the Indigenous Concept of Criminality Help to Achieve a Right-Based Criminal Justice System? : A Critical Study of the Customary Penal Laws of the Garo and Santal Communities of Bangladesh“,(20 November) presented at the World Indigenous Law Conference 2018 organized by the Faculty of Law, University of Windsor and Sunchild Law, Canada.
  3.  Shah, Adity Rahman, The Impact of Cell-phone Towers on the Climate Change: A Legal and Policy Analysis of Bangladesh, India and Pakistan(15th February, 2018) presented at the 2nd International Conference on Climate Change organized by the University of Colombo and the Colorado State University of USA at Colombo.
  4.  Shah, Adity Rahman, “Preventing  Abuse and Neglect of Parents in Bangladesh: From Religious dogmas to legislative initiatives(at 14th September,2017) presented at ASEAN Regional Conference on Elder Abuse & Neglect , 2017 organized by Sub-GC 5, Prevent Elder Abuse & Neglect Initiative (Peace) Law and Faculty of Law, University of Malaya , Malaysia.

5.  Seminar titled , “Say No to Sexual Harassment” jointly organized by the Bangladesh National Women Lawyers’ Association (BNWLA) , UN Women Bangladesh and East West University, Faculty of Law , Bangladesh  .

Other

1.Shah, Adity Rahman,”Challenges for the existing filial laws”, Law and Our Rights, Daily Star, http://www.thedailystar.net/law-our-rights/law-analysis/challenges-the-existing-1457455

2. Shah, Adity Rahman ,”Rights of the Indigenous Woman Under the Legal Framework of BD: Paucity and Perplexity”, Law and Justice, Daily Observer,  http://www.observerbd.com/details.php?id=88932

3. Participated in the “Climate Change and Sustainability Forum 2018: Bridging the Gaps in Research, Policy and Industry” organized by the University of Colombo and the Colorado State University of USA at Colombo, Sri Lanka , 17th February, 2018.

4. Participated in the Workshop on Research and Legal Writing conducted by the Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA) on 10th and 12th May, 2018.

5. Worked as academic translator in the “Strengthening the Rule of Law Programme” implemented by the  National Center for State Courts (NCSC) under a Grant Agreement funded by the Counterterrorism  Bureau of the U.S. Department of State.

+ Academic Background
  • Master of Laws (LLM)
+ Professional Experience
  • East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh , Senior Lecturer:  September 05, 2018 – Till to date
  • East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Lecturer:  September 01, 2016 – September 4, 2018
  • State University of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh 

Part-time Lecturer: January 01, 2016- April 30, 2016

  • Ain o Salish Kendra (ASK, A Legal Aid and Human Rights Organisation), Dhaka, Bangladesh  

Intern in Mediation ,Litigation and Rapid Response Unit (Resolving     disputes through mediation or litigation in ten legal aid clinics in Dhaka)

+ Research Interest

I am Text Block

+ Selected Publications

Journal Publication

International

A.R. Shah, “Preventing Abuse and Neglect of Parents in Bangladesh: From Religious Dogmas to Legislative Initiatives”  as a book chapter in “Elder Abuse and Neglect: In Selected Asian Countries”, University of Malaya Press, Page 89-109.

National
  1. Shah, Adity Rahman, “A Comparative Study of Common Law Jurisdictions on Exclusion Clause and its Ramifications on Consumer Rights: Bangladeshi Law in Context”, Bangladesh Journal of Law (2017), Vol. I  & II (June-December), Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA), Page 169-200.

Conference & Seminars

  1. Shah, Adity Rahman , “The Concept of Sovereignty and the Never-ending Cycle of Colonization: Does South Asia Need New International Law to Protect its Citizens from the State-sponsored Aggression?”(30 December) presented in the Asian Law and Society Conference, 2018 (ALSA) organized by Faculty of Law, Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia, The Australian Network for Japanese Law (ANJeL) and the Asia Pacific Legal Institute of Australia (APLIA) (Sponsored by Cambridge University Press), Australia.
  2. Shah, Adity Rahman , “Does the Application of the Indigenous Concept of Criminality Help to Achieve a Right-Based Criminal Justice System? : A Critical Study of the Customary Penal Laws of the Garo and Santal Communities of Bangladesh“,(20 November) presented at the World Indigenous Law Conference 2018 organized by the Faculty of Law, University of Windsor and Sunchild Law, Canada.
  3.  Shah, Adity Rahman, The Impact of Cell-phone Towers on the Climate Change: A Legal and Policy Analysis of Bangladesh, India and Pakistan(15th February, 2018) presented at the 2nd International Conference on Climate Change organized by the University of Colombo and the Colorado State University of USA at Colombo.
  4.  Shah, Adity Rahman, “Preventing  Abuse and Neglect of Parents in Bangladesh: From Religious dogmas to legislative initiatives(at 14th September,2017) presented at ASEAN Regional Conference on Elder Abuse & Neglect , 2017 organized by Sub-GC 5, Prevent Elder Abuse & Neglect Initiative (Peace) Law and Faculty of Law, University of Malaya , Malaysia.

5.  Seminar titled , “Say No to Sexual Harassment” jointly organized by the Bangladesh National Women Lawyers’ Association (BNWLA) , UN Women Bangladesh and East West University, Faculty of Law , Bangladesh  .

Other

1.Shah, Adity Rahman,”Challenges for the existing filial laws”, Law and Our Rights, Daily Star, http://www.thedailystar.net/law-our-rights/law-analysis/challenges-the-existing-1457455

2. Shah, Adity Rahman ,”Rights of the Indigenous Woman Under the Legal Framework of BD: Paucity and Perplexity”, Law and Justice, Daily Observer,  http://www.observerbd.com/details.php?id=88932

3. Participated in the “Climate Change and Sustainability Forum 2018: Bridging the Gaps in Research, Policy and Industry” organized by the University of Colombo and the Colorado State University of USA at Colombo, Sri Lanka , 17th February, 2018.

4. Participated in the Workshop on Research and Legal Writing conducted by the Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA) on 10th and 12th May, 2018.

5. Worked as academic translator in the “Strengthening the Rule of Law Programme” implemented by the  National Center for State Courts (NCSC) under a Grant Agreement funded by the Counterterrorism  Bureau of the U.S. Department of State.