Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman is a Professor at the Department of Law,
University of Dhaka. He received his PhD in criminal law from the School
of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. His research interests
include criminal law, legal theories, human rights, and law and society. He is
currently an elected member of the Executive Council of the Asian Society
of International Law. He is the author of Criminal Sentencing in Bangladesh:
From Colonial Legacies to Modernity (2017), and co-author of Protection of
Minorities: Regimes, Norms and Issues in South Asia (2012).
Borhan Uddin Khan, Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman and Morshed Mannan "National Report for Bangladesh."
Executory Contracts in Insolvency Law: A Global Guide.
Jason Chuah and Eugenio Vaccari (eds.)
Edward Elgar Publishing,
Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman "Autonomy for Indigenous People of CHT: Aftermath of the 1997 Peace Accord."
Solving Ethnic Conflict through Self-Governance: A Short Guide to Autonomy in Europe and South Asia.
Thomas Benedikter (ed.)
Borhan Uddin Khan and Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman: Local Government Level Restorative Adjudication: An Alternative Model of Justice for Children in Bangladesh,
Commonwealth Journal of Local Governance,
Borhan Uddin Khan and Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman: Combating Terrorism under Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Regime,
Mediterranean Journal of Human Rights,
Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman and Sk. Samidul Islam : Obligation of Bangladesh under Article 4 of the UN Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, 1984: A Performance Audit,
Bangladesh Journal of Law,
Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman: Right to Life as a Fundamental Right in the Constitutional Framework of India, Bangladesh and Pakistan: An Appraisal,
Dhaka University Studies, Part – F, Journal of the Faculty of Law,
Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman and Mostafa Mahmud Naser : Merits and Demerits of Jury Trial in the Administration of Criminal Justice: A Jurisprudential Survey of Issues,
Chittagong University Journal of Law,