Farhaan Uddin Ahmed is a Lecturer in Public International Law at the School of Law at BRAC University. Farhaan’s research and professional work relates to a plethora of issues of public international law such as inter alia sources of international law, international humanitarian law, international criminal law, third world approaches to international law, history of international law, and international economic law.
Farhaan has formerly worked as a Legal Professional at the Office of Public Counsel for Victims of the International Criminal Court, The Hague.
As part of the OPCV team acting as Legal Representative of Victims (LRV), Farhaan has worked on various issues of public international law, international criminal law and international humanitarian law, and aided in the preparation of submissions in proceedings relating to multiple cases, namely: Alfred Yekatom and Patrice-Edouard Ngaïssona; Blé Goudé; Bosco Ntaganda; Dominic Ongwen; Situation in Palestine; and Situation on Registered Vessels of Comoros, the Hellenic Republic and Cambodia.
Farhaan has an LLM from the University of Cambridge (2016), where he was a Commonwealth and Cambridge Trust Scholar. He has also received specialised training in a various subjects of public international law.