Center of Excellence in Higher Education
The First Private University in Bangladesh

Ms. Anika Rafah

Full Time Faculty
Senior Lecturer

LL.M in Intellectual Property Laws, National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR), India

Phone: +880-2-55668200 Ext-

Curriculum Vitae


Anika Rafah joined as a lecturer at the department of law, North South University in Spring semester 2016. Prior to this she has academic experience at the Northern University Bangladesh and also worked as a research assistant at Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA). She has done her LL. M (2 years masters programme) from NALSAR University of Law, India with a specialization on Intellectual Property Laws.

Anika wants to make academic contribution on intellectual property laws.

1. Anika Rafah, ‘Conserving Fair Use in Academia: A Legal Perspective', Amity Law Review, volume 17, issue 17, 2021, Pg- 1-26.

2. Anika Rafah, ‘A Legal Analysis on the Copyright Law in the Digital World’, National Journal for Legal Research and Innovative Ideas (NJLRII), volume-1, issue-4, 2021, Pg-237-249.

3. Anika Rafah (Co-Author), ‘Issues on Suicide of Women in Bangladesh,’ Northern University Law Journal, volume-5, 2014, Pg-70-84.

NALSAR University of Law, India
LL.M (2 years masters programme) in Intellectual Property Laws (2011-2013)

BRAC University, Bangladesh
LL.B (Hons) (2007-2010)

1. North South University, Senior Lecturer, (April 2016- Present) Department of Law.
2. Northern University Bangladesh, Lecturer, (September 2014- April 2016) Department of Law.
3. Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA), Research Assistant, (April 2014-August2014).
4. International Centre for Diarrheal Disease Research, Bangladesh (ICDDR, B), Research Assistant (Voluntary) (January 2011 – June 2011)

1. Intellectual Property Laws in Bangladesh (Law 413)
2. E-communication and Cyber Law (Law 206)
3. Labor and Employment law (Law 405)
4. Legal Environment in Business (Law 200)
5. Fiscal and Taxation Law (Law 419)

Intellectual property laws