رزومه

Mohammad Taghi Karoubi

PERSONAL

  • Born: 15 October 1967.
  • Nationality: Iranian.
  • Gender: Male, Married.

PRESENT CONTACT DETAILS

Address: Science and Culture University, Law School, Tehran, Iran or Avicenna Research Institute, Shahid Beheshti University, Chamran Exp. Way, Tehran, Iran

  • E-mail: info@karoubi.org

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • LLB                                                                     Tehran University (Iran) 1994
  • LLM in Public International Law                        Hull University (UK) 1998
  • Cir. PGT                                                               Hull University (UK) 1999
  • Dip PGT                                                               Hull University (UK) 2001
  • PhD in International Law                                     Hull University (UK) 2002

Other Short Courses attended:

  • The Hague Academy Centre (1998).
  • The Danish Human Rights Institute in Copenhagen (2004);

SCHOLARSHIPS

The Bureau of International Legal Services in London to Hull University for PHD studies, 1998-2001;

LANGUAGES OTHER THAN ENGLISH

Persian and Arabic

CAREER HISTORY

Teaching Jan 2002- Present

Senior Lecturer (2004-2010) and Lecturer (2002-2004) in International Law in Science and Culture University (Tehran). Teaching in Tehran Universities at both postgraduate and undergraduate levels, I taught:

  • Public International Law;
  • Law of the Sea;
  • International Law of Armed Conflict;
  • Human Rights in Islam;
  • International Organizations;
  • Law Text.

Oct-2007- Present

  • Legal Advisor to Avicenna Research Centre and
  • Member of Bioethics and Law Committee

Feb 2009-September 2010

  • Head of International Law Committee at Iranian Expediency Council

Sep. 2006- Sep 2007

  • Visiting Fellows: Lecturer in International Law and researcher at Leeds, Law School.

Oct. 2004- March 2007

  • Director of the Centre for Legal Research in Persian Study Institute.
  • During this time I established the first Iranian Cyber Law Research Centre for Legal Aspects of Cyber Environment. A comprehensive detailed study in the centre took place by number of legal scholars to various legal issues such as privacy in the processing and transferring of personal data, legal aspects of e-commerce, intellectual properties law, civil liability, freedom of information in cyber space and eligibility. During the above time, I was director of two national projects related to the right to privacy in processing and communication of personal data and the protection of individuals’ data with regard to the processing of the data and the free movement of such data. The outputs of the projects were:
  • The First Draft of the Iranian Data Protection Bill; and
  • The Right to Privacy in Electronic Communication (known as Privacy Bill).

Jan.2002- Jan. 2005

  • Legal Adviser to the Ministry of Commerce, Government of Iran on international legal issues, including the trade and WTO.

Oct. 2004-Feb 2005

  • Visiting researcher at Hull University, Law School, UK.

Sep. 2003-Sep. 2004

  • Legal Advisor to Iranian National Youth Organization.

PUBLICATIONS TO DATE

A list of my principal publications to date is as follows:

BOOKS & ARTICLES:

ENGLISH

  • Just or Unjust War? International Law and Unilateral Use o f Force by States at the Turn of 20th Century, Ashgate Publishing Limited, Aldershot, September 2005, 278 pp.
  • Assessing the International Straits Regimes From the Point of View of International Law: A Case Study of the Hormuz Strait, Presently editorial work on the text of the book is completed.
  • Islamic a Unilateral Use of Armed Force and the Challenge of Humanitarian Intervention in International Law, 10 Asian Yearbook of International Law, Koninklijke Brill NV. Netherlands, 2005, pp. 95-124.
  • Human Rights and the Challenge of Humanitarian Interventions, 6 Human Rights Law and Practice, New Zealand, February 2003.pp.
  • The Religious Response to ART: A Case Study of Islamic Republic of Iran, EACME, Maastricht University, 2009
  • Comments on Humanitarian Intervention in International Law, Bulletin of the Foreign Affair, Vol. LXV, Part 3, 2003,
  • A Critical Examination of Iranian Act (2003) Related to Embryo Donation in Infertile Spouses, 7 Iranian Journal of Reproductive Medicine, Winter 2009.
  • Karoubi and et al, Does Islam Have a Response to Assisted Reproductive Technology? A Case Study of Islamic Republic of Iran, 2010.

PERSIAN

  • EU and the Question of the Personal Data Protection, Bogheh Press, Tehran, 2006, 478 pp.
  • Legal Aspects of Cyber Space in the Light of National Development (edited collection with S.M. Sadri, Bogheh Press, Tehran, 2006, 202 pp.
  • ICT in Iranian Laws and Regulations, (edited collection with S.M. Sadri and A. Naeni), Bogheh Press, Tehran, 2005, 924 pp. ISBN 964-6887
  • Human Rights in the Light of Humanitarian Intervention Doctrine in the Third Millennium, 181 Iranians Bar Journal, 2002.pp 320-355.
  • Comments on the Iranian Conscription Law, 4 Quarterly Journal of Youth Studies, 2003.
  • The Right to Privacy in Electronic Communication, in Legal Aspects of Cyber Space in the Light of National Development (edited by Karoubi and Sadri), Bogha, Tehran, (2005), pp 75-105.
  • Digital Signature in Germany and the United States, in Legal Aspects of Cyber Space in the Light of National Development (edited by Karoubi and Sadri), Bogha, Tehran, (2005).
  • National Health in the Light of Iranian Constitution and Human Rights, in Infertility and Insurance, Avicenna Press, 2008, pp. 24-33.
  • Review and Assessment of the Embryo Donation in Infertile Spouses Act in the Light of Islamic Law
  • Karoubi and Naseri, International Law and the Question of Human Cloning.
  • Karoubi and Akhondi, Islamic Law and the Principle of Respect for Human Vulnerability and Personal Integrity in Medical Research and Practice, This article will be presented in 2nd International Congress of Bioethics with Emphasis on Morality, Spirituality and Creationism in Tehran on 22 November 2010.

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Just War or Just Peace, by S. Chesterman, (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2001) in Asian Yearbook of International Law, Vol. 8 (2005), PP.495-496.
  • International Law and the Use of Force, by G. Christine, (Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York 2000), in Asian Yearbook of International Law, Vol. 8 (2005).

PUBLIC LECTURES/SEMINAR PAPERS DELIVERED

  • UNESCO Conference, 16 Session of the International Bioethics Committee of UNESCO, November 25- 27, Mexico City, 2009.
  • “The Religious Response to Reproductive Technology: A Case Study of Islamic Republic of Iran”, EACME Conference, Venice University, September 11, 2009.
  • “A Critical Examination of Embryo Donation to Infertile Spouses Act 2003,” Presented in Talash, University of Medical Sciences, Yazd, Iran
  • “The Current Status of Iranian National Heath in the Light of the Constitution”, in Infertility and Insurance, Avicenna Research Centre, December 2008, Tehran, Iran.
  • The Persian’s Nuclear Dossier: Assessing of the United Nations Security Council Sanctions, a public lecture at the University of Science and Culture on 20 April 2007.
  • “Prisoner’s Rights in the Light of International Human Rights Law: A Critique of the Law and Practice of Iran”, at the Faculty of Law, Tehran University, on 12 May 2005.
  • “Legitimacy or Illegitimacy of Unilateral Use of Force by the US and the UK Against Iraq”, a seminar presentation at University of York, November 2004
  • “The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and Iran’s Nuclear Programme: Duties and Obligations”, a seminar presentation at Hull University, December 2004
  • “The UN Response to International Terrorism and the Problem of the Definition of Terrorism in International law”, a seminar presentation at the Law School of the University of Nottingham on 14 February 2003.
  • “Just War Doctrine in the Light of Recent Crisis”, a public lecture at the Jahad Institute of Higher Education on 12 April 2003.
  • “International Law and the Legal Regime of the Strait of Hormuz in Persian Gulf”, a public lecture at MacCoubery Study Institute on December 2003.
  • “Obligations and Responsibilities of the US and the UK in Iraq under International Law”, a Public lecture at Law School, University of Science and Culture (Tehran) on 12 April 2003.
  • “The Idea of Just War in Christian Tradition”, a public lecture at Social Science Research Institute, Tehran, on 14 May 2003.
  • “The Idea of Just War: Secular Approach”, a public lecture at Social Science Research Institute, Tehran, on 21 May 2003.
  • “Were NATO’s Action in Kosovo Lawful? a seminar presentation at Manchester University, April 2000.
  • “Does a State have a Right to Intervene in the Affairs of Another State on the Ground of Democracy and Human Rights?”, a seminar presentation at Hull University on 6 March 1999.
  • What Should Modern International Legal Responses be to the Question of Humanitarian Intervention in International Relations in the New Millennium? 7th Iranian Students Seminar in Europe, Manchester University, May 1999.

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