Mohammad Belayet Hossain (Galib)
Mohammad Belayet Hossain is currently working as Assistant Professor in School of Law, CIU. Mr Hossain is a Ph.D. (candidate) at Universiti Utara Malaysia and his thesis is on FDI laws of Bangladesh and Malaysia. He completed LLM in Commercial and Corporate Law from University of London, UK; LLB (Hons.) from University of Northumbria, UK and Diploma in Law from University of London, UK. Before joining CIU he was working as Legal Advisor at Roots 99 Limited and New Horizons CLC of Bangladesh in Dhaka. He also worked as a Lecturer at City University, Bangladesh and St. Georges College, UK. His work experience includes working as a Project Manager for Diwan Amiri (Govt of Qatar), Qatar and was in charge of a research team based in UK. He was employed for more than eight years as a Leading Library Assistant (LLA) at the British Library, UK while pursuing Law degrees. He worked as a Research Assistant at Leonard & Co. Solicitors, UK. Mr Hossain is a notable author with a number of publications nationally and internationally. He has also published articles in various national and international journals. Mr Hossain is a reviewer in Beijing Law Review. Mr Hossain is a member in the Bangladesh Bar Council, the British Library (UK), the National Archive (UK), Cambridge University Library (UK), Library of the British Parliament (UK), Natural History Museum Library (UK).
International Investment Law, International Economic Law, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITS).
|1||M. B. Hossain, Asmah L. Yeon and Admed A. Aziz, “Environmental Protection and the Bilateral Investment Treaties of Malaysia and Netherlands: AComparison,” Journal of European Energy and Environmental Law Review 5, vol. 28 (2019);||2||M. B. Hossain, Asmah L. Yeon and Ahmad A. Aziz, “Sovereignty, National Interest and Security and Bilateral Investment Treaties of Bangladesh and Netherlands: A Comparison,” African Journal of Legal Studies, 2019 (accepted for publication).|
|1||M. B. Hossain, “Regulatory Issues on Raising Capital through Debentures by Public Companies in UK,” Sriwijaya Law Review, 2019.|
|2||M. B. Hossain, “Regulation of Foreign Investment under Bilateral and Regional Investment Treaties,” Lex Warrior Law Journal 10, issue 1 (2019): 1-25;|
|3||M. B. Hossain, “International Efforts to Regulate Foreign Investment and Multinational Enterprises (MNEs),” Lex Warrior Law Journal 9, issue 9 (2018): 401-414;|
|4||M. B. Hossain, “Fleshing out the Provisions for Protecting Foreign Investment,” Yustisia Jurnal Hukum 7, no 3 (2018): 406-427;|
|5||M. B. Hossain, “Extending the Frontiers of Expropriation in Host State,” Lex Warrior Law Journal 9, issue 6 (2018): 270-280;|
|6||(M. B. Hossain and S. Talukder, “Murder: A Critical Analysis of the Common Law Definition,” Beijing Law Review 9, no 4 (2018): 460-480;|
|7||M. B. Hossain and S. Talukder, “International Economic Law and Policy: A Comprehensive and Critical Analysis of the Historical Development,” Beijing Law Review 9, no 4 (2018): 524-546;|
|8||M. B. Hossain, “Search for a Balancing Act to Regulate Trade and Investment under the Free Trade Agreements (FTAs),” International Journal of Law and Management Studies 3, issue 2 (2018);|
|9||M. B. Hossain, “The Notion of Corporate Responsibility of the Multinational Enterprises (MNEs),” Lex Warrior Law Journal 8, issue 5 (2018): 228-235.|
|1||A. M. Hussain, and M. B. Hossain, “Commercial Dispute Settlement in Bangladesh: Practice, Challenges and Way Forward,” Bangladesh Research Foundation Journal 7, no 2 (2018): 47-58;|
|2||M. B. Hossain, “Evolution of the Law of Foreign Investment on Expropriation of Foreign Property,” International Journal of Entrepreneurship & Development Studies 5, no. 1 (2017): 53-66;|
|3||M. B. Hossain, “Temporary Agency Worker: Typical Triangular Employment Relationship,” International Journal of Entrepreneurship & Development Studies 3, no. 3 (2015): 307-332.|