B.A. LL.B. (Aligarh Muslim University);
LL.M. (University of Kent)
Mohammad has completed his undergraduate with an honours in Law from Aligarh Muslim University. While pursuing his undergraduate degree, he interned under Advocate Mehmood Pracha, and with Deewan Advocates in New Delhi. He also has experience volunteering with the Quill Foundation, New Delhi.
He then pursued his LL.M. in International Law from Kent Law School, Canterbury. During his tenure at Kent, Mohammad was one of the postgraduate representatives and ambassadors of the Law School.
His interest lies in international law, especially from the perspectives of Third World Approach to International Law (TWAIL) and Marxism, human rights, history and origin of international law, hermeneutics, legal and political philosophy especially at the intersections of law, culture, communities, race and gender. He is particularly interested in the relationship of law and violence and in the violence of law.
His hobbies include cooking, reading fiction and playing badminton.