Md. Yamin Rahman Isckra
Assistant Professor

Md. Yamin Rahman is currently a faculty of Law Discipline at Khulna University. He was formerly a faculty of Dept. of Law and Human Rights at Varendra University, Rajshahi. In addition to his interest in Law, particularly in Intellectual Property Laws and Cyber Laws, he also has an interest in Music, Creative Writing especially in Translation, Philosophy, Social and Political Science. He is the translator of several articles in different fields i.e. Aesthetics, Subaltern Studies, Western Classical Music. Rahman has some publications which are cited in the Publication List. He can be reached at the cellphone and email provided on the site.

LL.B and LL.M from University of Rajshahi

Intellectual Property, Cyber Laws, Jurisprudence and Legal Theories, Legal Philosophy, Justice System, Post-Colonial Criminal Justice System, International Law, Subaltern Studies

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Former Lecturer(Provisional) of Law and Human Rights at Varendra University, Rajshahi. 

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  • Hannan MA and Rahman Y, “Towards a Regional Protection of Human Rights in the Perspective of Asia” (2018) III Bangladesh Institute of Legal Development Law Journal 47
  • Md Waliul Hasanat and Md Yamin Rahman, ‘Virtual Classrooms in Bangladesh: Assessing Child Vulnerability in the Light of International Law’ (2020) VIII Jahangirnagar University Journal of Law 113.
  • Md Waliul Hasanat and Md Yamin Rahman, ‘Microcredit Governance in Bangladesh: A Legal Assessment' (2020) 10 Islamic University Journal of Law 195.

Business Law

This course is designed to introduce relevant provisions of laws regarding the operation of the business in Bangladesh. The objectives of this course are:

  • to introduce the students with principal laws relating to the business; and
  • to make students knowledgeable about the rights and responsibilities to establish and run a business.

Law of Criminal Procedure

This course is designed to introduce the students to the provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure 1898. The main objectives of this course are:

  • to introduce the students with different stages of a criminal case;
  • to familiarise them with the procedures followed in criminal cases; and
  • to make them knowledgeable about the proper authority to institute a criminal case as well as to manage trial proceedings in relevant courts.

Trial Advocacy, Conveyancing and Drafting, and Professional Ethics

This course is designed to explore the art of advocacy and professional ethics in legal professions

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Cyber and Telecommunication Law

This course provides an introduction to the basic concepts of media and information technology laws.

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  • Business Law
  • Law of Criminal Procedure
  • Trial Advocacy, Conveyancing and Drafting, and Professional Ethics
  • Cyber and Telecommunication Law