Jubaida Sakin


Editor, LawHelpBD

Jubaida Sakin is currently serving as a Lecturer in Law at the European University of Bangladesh. Also, she is involved with Act For Displaced as ‘Lead – Legal Research’. Previously, she had been associated with Teach for Bangladesh as a fellow and also worked as a researcher under the ‘Modern Slavery Research Project for Flex (Herbert Smith Freehills)’. Moreover, she was associated with A.S & Associates and Liberation War Museum as a researcher. She held the post of Vice President (Traineeship and International Exchange) at the Network for International Law Students (NILS). She has completed her LL.B. and LL.M. from Eastern University and MEd. from BRAC University. She achieved the Championship at the national round of Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition twice in a row and was also awarded as the ‘Best New Team’ at the international round in Washington DC, USA. She was also selected to be part of the 111th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) (Washington DC, USA) on the basis of sample writing. She’s also an award-winning debater. Furthermore, she has been associated with legal research since 2015 and has many publications



Eastern University (Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Program: Masters of Law

Enrolled (January 2017 – December 2017)

CGPA: 3.85/4.00

Honors & Awards: Best counsel, Information Technology Negotiation Competition.

Eastern University (Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Program: Bachelor of Law

(January 2013 – December 2016)

CGPA:  3.97/4.0

Honors & Awards: Award of Merit for obtaining the highest CGPA among all students of batch 30 of LL.B. (hons.) by Eastern University Lawyers Association (EULA); Samsuddoha Khandoker Scholarship for obtaining the third-highest CGPA among all students in the academic year of 2015; Vice Chancellor’s Honor Award 2015, Dean’s Honor Award for earning CGPA of 4.00 out 4.00 in 2014.

Ideal School and College, Motijheel, Dhaka (Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Higher Secondary Certificate (Humanities)

2010 – 2012

GPA:  5.0/5.0


Liberation War Museum (Dhaka, Bangladesh)

Dhamrai During 1971: Pattern of Atrocities and Legal Aspects (yet to publish)

January 2016 – July 2017

Position: Researcher

Responsibility: Field visit, data collection, data input, legal research, chapter writing.


Rohingya Crisis: Myanmar is subject to preventive diplomacy and prosecution

The Daily Observer, October 5, 2017


Network for International Law Students (NILS)(Bangladesh Chapter)

March 2017 – Onwards

Vice President (Traineeship and International Exchange)

Eastern University Moot Court Society (EUMCS)

August 2015 – Onwards


Honor & Achievements:

  • Best New Team 2017, Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, 2017 (International Round), Washington DC
  • Champion, Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, 2017 (Bangladesh National Round)
  • Participant, 10th National Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition, 2014


American Society of International Law (ASIL) (Washington DC, USA)

April 12-15, 2017

111th Annual Meeting: What International Law Values

  • One of 10 student participants from 89 countries selected via CV and Sample writing,
  • focused on the values and implementation of International Law

Bangladesh Youth Leadership Center (Dhaka, Bangladesh)

May 11-13, 2017

Art & Practice of Leadership (APL)

  • developed leadership skill, critical thinking, analytical, problem solving, group work skill and communication skills

Network for International Law Students (New-Delhi, India)

November 26- December 4, 2016

Winter School on International Dispute Settlement

NILS is an international, non-political, non-profit organization.

  • Focused on the procedure and effectiveness of international dispute settlements.

Christian Commission for Development in Bangladesh (CCDB) (Savar, Bangladesh)

April 15-17, 2016

Climate Change law and policy

  • Focused on the present climate change impact and the legal policy towards the matter,
  • Champion team in legal debate.

Liberation War Museum (Manikgonj, Bangladesh)

December 17- 24, 2015

2nd Winter School: Genocide, Justice and Young Generation

  • Focused on the genocide during 1971 and the role of young generation to spread the true story of liberation war.


  • 1st runner up, Speech on Pledge for Parity, March 8, 2016.
  • Quarter Finalist, JUDO Jatio Nari Bitorko, 2015.
  • Best Speaker Tournament; Inter Faculty Debate Competition, spring 2014.
  • Runner-up, Inter Faculty Debate Competition, spring 2014.
  • Member, BYLC Graduate Network, (May 17 – onwards).
  • General Secretary, Eastern University Debating Club (EUDC), (2014-2015).

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