Mohammad Golam Sarwar (FCO UK Government Chevening Scholar) currently serving as a Lecturer, Department of Law, University of Dhaka. He is not only teaching, but also trying to lead the students from the front. He is the In-Charge, Law Desk, The Daily Star (The largest English Daily in Bangladesh). Currently, He is working as a National Consultant for UN Women (Bangladesh). He also works as a Trainer for the BRAC Advocacy for Social Change Program. In addition, he works as a Research coordinator, (Center for Justice and Development) at International Research Initiative Bangladesh (IRIBD). He has also worked in various human rights organizations including National Human Rights Commission, Bangladesh. He worked as a Co-coordinator of Street Law Program run by Empowerment through Law of the Common People (ELCOP). He completed LLB (Hons.) and LLM from University of Dhaka. He also pursued a second Masters in International Development Law and Human Rights at University of Warwick, UK. His research interest includes International Human rights Law, Law and Development, International Criminal Law, Global Justice, Environmental Justice, Islamic Law. He has excellent power of presentation and delivery of speech. The audience gets a very clear insight from his presentation. By utilizing his grand creativity, he smoothly brings new and dimensional aspects and ideas on any topic.