Book Chapters

  1. ‘An Anatomy of Self-Damage and Quest of Rules and Policies for Promoting Sustainable Investment to the Global South’ in Sumaiya Khair, Shawkat Alam, and Muhammad Ekramul Haque (eds), Implementation of Sustainable Development in the Global South: Strategies, Innovations, and Challenges (Hart Publishing, 2024) (forthcoming) (invited contribution)
  2. ‘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)
  3. ‘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,
  4. ‘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)  
  5. 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)
  6. ‘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
  7. ‘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)