Book Chapters

  • ‘Judicial Lawmaking in Bangladesh: Looking Back and Into the Future’ in M. Rafiqul Islam and Muhammad Ekramul Haque (eds), The Constitutional Law of Bangladesh: Progression and Transformation at Its 50th Anniversary (Springer Nature Singapore, 2023) 387-400, (invited contribution)
  • ‘The Humane yet Ambivalent Attitude Towards Persecuted People: A Potential Threat to Stability?’ in Ayyoob Sharfi, Dahlia Simangan, and Shinji Kaneko (eds) Integrated Approaches to Peace and Sustainability (Springer Nature Singapore, 2023) 103-113,
  • ‘Reasonableness as Proportionality: More Intrusive Scrutiny in Civil-Political Matters than Socio-Economic Ones?’ in Po Jen Yap (ed) Proportionality in Asia (Cambridge University Press, 2020) 217-241 (invited contribution)  
  • Dissecting Quasi-Legislative Judicial Directives of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh’ in Po Jen Yap, Constitutional Remedies in Asia (Routledge, 2019) 138-154 (invited contribution)
  • ‘Promoting Intra-Regional Trade in South Asia through Trade Facilitation Measures under the Auspices of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation’ in Jiaxiang Hu & Matthias Vanhullebusch (eds), Regional Cooperation and Free Trade Agreements in Asia (Leiden/Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2014) (invited contribution) 270-300
  • ‘Barriers to Trade in Goods and Services’ in Indira Karr, Shawkat Alam, and Md. Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan (eds), International Trade Law and the WTO (Sydney: Federation Press, 2013) 147-165 (with Shawkat Alam)