Department of Law
Mr. Md. Abu Saleh  Assistant Professor
Name :
Mr. Md. Abu Saleh
Employee ID
710001528
Designation
Assistant Professor  
Department
Department of Law
Faculty
Faculty of Humanities & Social Science
Personal Webpage
http://faculty.daffodilvarsity.edu.bd/profile/law/saleh.html
E-mail
abu.law@diu.edu.bd
Phone
Cell-Phone
01713861018
  • Master of Laws (M, 2013-2015) in International Law, Faculty of Legal Studies, South Asian University, New Delhi, India
  • Master of Laws (M, 2011-2012), Department of Law, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Bachelor of Laws (B, 2007-2011), Department of Law, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Post-Graduation Diploma Course in Intellectual Property Law (2014–15), Indian Society of International Law (ISIL), New Delhi, India
  • Worked as a Research Intern at the Secretariat of Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization (AALCO), New Delhi, India (June-July, 2014)
  • Completed 13th Summer Course on International Law (26 May– 6 June, 2014), Indian Society of International Law (ISIL), New Delhi, India
  • Worked as a Rapporteur in 4th Biennial Conference of the Asian Society of International Law (14-16 November, 2013)
  • Participated in “World Congress on International Law” (Indian Society of International Law, 9th-11th January 2015, New Delhi, India)
  • Participated in “Fourth Biennial Conference of Asian Society of International Law” (Asian Society of International law, 14th-16th November 2013, New Delhi, India)
  • Visiting faculty of Law, Chandigarh University, Punjab, India 

Public International law

World Trade Law and International Investment Law

Book Chapter 

1. “Bangladesh” in Guiguo Wang, Alan Yuk-Lun Lee and Priscilla Mei-Fun Leung (ed), Essentials of the Laws of the Belt and Road Countries: Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka (Zhejiang University Press, China, 2017) 1-122 [Coauthor] 

 

Journal Articles 

1. “The WTO Legality of Trade-Labour Sanction under the US GSP Program” Manchester Journal of International Economic Law, Vol. 16 (2019) [Forthcoming]

2. “Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs) Threatening Environmental Regulation of Host States: The Case Study of Bangladesh” Dhaka University Law Journal, Vol. 29, (2018)

3. “WTO Appellate Body and the Protection of the Environment: Balancing Trade and Non-trade Goals within WTO Regime” JKKNIU Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 1, No. 1, December (2016)

4. 'Pharmaceutical Patent and Right to Health: Seeking Balance Between IPRs and Human Rights' Madras Law Journal (MLJ), Lexis Nexis, Vol. 288, Part 4, (2015)

5. “The WTO Jurisprudence and the Protection of the Environment: A New Paradigm of Progress and Reconciliation” NALSAR Environmental Law and Practice Review (ELPR), Vol. 4, (2015) 

 

Newspaper Articles 

1. “Pharmaceutical Industry and BITs of Bangladesh” The Daily Star, Law and Our Rights (28 August, 2018)

2. “Anti-Dumping Duties on Jute” The Daily Star, Law and Our rights (31 July, 2018)

3. “GSP Trade Dispute: Time to Use WTO multilateral Forum to Avoid the Compulsion of Bilateral Negotiation” The Daily Star, Law and Our rights (31 March, 2015

Presented/Accepted Conference Proceedings  

1. “BITs Threatening TRIPS Public Health Flexibilities for LDCs: The Case of South Asia” (Joint North American Conference on International Economic Law Incorporating The 2018 ASIL IECLIG Biennial, 21-23 September, 2018,  McGill University Faculty Of Law , Canada)  

2. “Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs) Threatening Environmental Regulation of Host States: The Case Study Of Bangladesh” (1st Senior Advocate Oazir Farooq Memorial Law Conference, Faculty of Law, University of Dhaka, 16-17 September, 2018)

3. “The WTO legality of Trade-Labour Sanctions under Generalized System of Preferences: Ongoing US-Bangladesh Case Study” (Young Scholar Workshop on South Asia and International Law, 1st and 2nd February 2017, South Asian University, New Delhi, India)

4. “WTO Appellate Body and the Protection of the Environment: Balancing Trade and Non-trade Goals within WTO Regime” (International Conference on Environmental Problems in South Asia, 30 January – 2 February 2015, New Delhi, India)

5. “The Compatibility of International Crimes (Tribunals) Act 1973 with Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court” (4th National Student Conference on International Humanitarian Law, 20 February 2015, Organized by Nirma University (Gujrat) in Collaboration with ICRC)

6. “Using BITs to Litigate Doha Flexibilities on Pharmaceutical Patent Accorded for Member States: A Case Study of Bangladesh” (Annual International Conference on Law and Policy, 13-15 July 2015, Cambridge, United Kingdom) [accepted for presentation] 

 

  • M Dissertation of approximate 35000 words submitted to South Asian University on “Trade Sanctions in Preferential Trade Arrangements and The Promotion of Non-Trade Concerns: Questioning The Legitimacy with WTO Law” under the supervision of Dr. V.G. Hegde, Associate Professor, Faculty of Legal Studies, South Asian University, New Delhi, India
  • Legal Research Paper on The Labour Standards of GSP Program and Bangladesh: An Illusion and Trade Impediment” submitted to Asian-African Legal Consultative Organizations (AALCO), New Delhi, India (2014)
  • Best Legal Research Paper award of ‘National Student Conference on International Humanitarian Law 2015’ organized by Nirma University, Ahmedabad (Gujrat) in association with International Committee on Red Cross (ICRC) for the submitted and presented paper titled “The Compatibility of International Crimes (Tribunals) Act 1973 with Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court”
  • SAARC- India Silver Jubilee Scholarship in the Academic year 2013-2015
  • Dhaka Board Government Scholarship for top performance in HSC examination 2007
  • Bangladesh Madrashah Board Government Scholarship for top performance in Dhakil/SSC examination 2005
  • Bangladesh Law Association
  • Dhaka Bar Association