Manjida Ahamed is a Lecturer in Law at the School of Law, Middlesex University, London. She joined Middlesex University in 2021 on a full-time basis and previously taught at Middlesex University as an Hourly Paid Lecturer. Prior to taking up this position, she was Lecturer in Law at the Department of Law, Daffodil International University, Bangladesh (2012-2021). She was also a Junior Research Fellow at the Centre for Genocide Studies, University of Dhaka (2015-2016). Her research interests focus mainly on international criminal law, customary international law and international human rights law. She is a visiting Lecturer at the Catholic University of Lille, France.
Manjida teaches Criminal Law and Legal Processes, Law for Criminology, English Legal System, Literature for Social Sciences and the Law at undergraduate level.
PhD in International Criminal Law (Middlesex University, United Kingdom - 2021); LLM International Crime and Justice (University of Turin, Italy and United Nation Interregional Crime and Justice Research Insititute - 2015); LLM (University of Dhaka, Bangladesh - 2012); LLB (Hons) (University of Dhaka, Bangladesh - 2011).
Bengali (mother tongue) and English.