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Md Sazzad Hossain

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Degree : PGD in Strategic Management

University/Institute:  Awards for

Training and Higher Education


Degree : LLM in International Human Rights  and Development

University/Institute:  London Southbank University, UK 

Degree : Bachelor of Laws (LLB)

University/Institute:  University of London, UK 

Designation: Lecturer

Institute: University of Asia Pacific

Period: April 2018- Present


Designation: Teaching Assistant

Institute: University of Asia Pacific

Period: April 2016- March 2017

Course Code:    Course Title

Law 111: Government and Politics                               

Law 207: Business and Maritime

Law 208: Law on Transfer of Property and Registration

Law 305: Intellectual Property Law

Law 308: Food, Health and Other Consumer Laws

International Law, Human Rights, Humanitarian Law, and Comparative Law


  • Hossain, M. S. (2017). Extra-judicial killings and human rights law: Bangladesh perspective. International Journal of Law and ManagementEmerald Publications 59(6), 1116-1125.

  • Hossain, M.S., and Hossaini, R. I. (2017), Legal Aid: A Pragmatic or Penalized process. CLS Publications YPSA, pp 50-62Hossain, M.S., and Hossaini, R. I. (2017), Judiciary’s Hands are Tied by Fundamental Principles of State Policy for Protecting Human Rights: An Analysis of Bangladesh Constitution, IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSRJHSS), Vol:22, Iss:02. PP: 100-104.
  • Hossain, M.S. & Hossaini, R. I., (2017) Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Principles of State Policy: An Analysis of the Bangladesh Constitution, Law Journal Bangladesh, Vol: 7, No: 7;

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  • Hossain, M. S. (2018), An analysis of the Supply Chain principle for the UK’s Overseas Companies: the practice of Tort law under International Corporate Law, International Journal of Law and Management Emerald Publications.60 (6). Page:470-477
  • Hossain, M. S.  (2018), Social Media and Terrorism: Threats and Challenges to the Modern Era, Vol 22, Issue 2, pp. 136 – 155 South Asian Survey, Sage Publication.