Dr. Sharif Bhuiyan

Profession

Partner, Dr. Kamal Hossian and Associates

Biography

Sharif Bhuiyan, LLM, PhD, University of Cambridge, is an Advocate of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh and a Partner at the law firm, Dr Kamal Hossain & Associates. He was Honorary Director of the South Asian Institute of Advanced Legal and Human Rights Studies (2007-14), Co-Rapporteur of the Committee on International Trade Law, International Law Association (2009-14) and visiting fellow at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge (2006). He is the author of National Law in WTO Law: Effectiveness and Good Governance in the World Trading System (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007, paperback, 2011) and co-editor (with Philippe Sands and Nico Schrijver) of International Law and Developing Countries: Essays in Honour of Kamal Hossain (Leiden/Boston: Brill Nijhoff, 2014).

He practises in a wide range of areas including administrative law, arbitration, aviation, banking, commercial and corporate, construction, energy, mergers and acquisitions, project finance, shipping, technology and telecommunications.

Publications
  • Sharif Bhuiyan, National Law in WTO Law: Effectiveness and Good Governance in the World Trading System (New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007) (Paperback edition, 2011) - http://www.cambridge.org/gb/9780521875318
  • Sharif Bhuiyan, Philippe Sands and Nico Schrijver (eds.), International Law and Developing Countries: Essays in Honour of Kamal Hossain (Leiden and Boston: Brill Nijhoff, 2014) - http://www.brill.com/products/book/international-law-and-developing-countries

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Education

10/2000-3/2002; Ph.D. (International Law / International Trade Law)
1998-99 LL.M. (Commercial Law)
1997-98 LL.M., University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
1992-1992-96 LL.B. Honours, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Qualification

Ph.D. (International Law / International Trade Law)
LL.M. (Commercial Law)
LL.B. Honours