Dr Pradip Royhan
BSc Hons, MSc Research, PhD Law
Dr Royhan has been working as the Lecturer of Law at APIC since June 2016.
Previously, he has worked as a sessional academic at Macquarie Law School and Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance, Macquarie University, Victoria University, MIT, Academies Australasia Polytechnique, and the Federation University. Has worked as project officer and program coordinator as part of the capacity development program at Macquarie International and as a researcher at the Centre for Environmental Law, Macquarie University. Prior to that, Pradip worked in Bangladesh Government Civil Service from 1993 to 2009 in the different ministries of the government of Bangladesh as Assistant Commissioner & Magistrate in the Local Courts / Assistant Commissioner (Land) / Chief Executives and Magistrates in Upazilla / Assistant Secretary /Senior Assistant Secretary/Deputy Secretary/ Joint Secretary.
Introduction to Business Law; Business Law and Due Diligence; Corporations Law; Sustainability and Business Ethics; Sustainability Science and Law; Professional development and Business Communication; Innovation and New Technologies; Leadership and Governance; Research Project and Taxation.
Business and Trade Law, Sustainability, Business Ethics, Management, Public Policy, Environmental Law and Legal Policy Analysis
• Khan Eizaj Ahmed; Royhan Pradip; Rahman M Ashiqur; Rahman Mohammed Mizanur and Ahmed Mostafa, ‘The Impact of Enviropreneurial Orientation on Small Firms’ Business Performance: The Mediation of Green Marketing Mix and Eco-Labeling Strategies ‘published in Sustainability 2020, 12(1), 221; https://doi.org/10.3390/su12010221
• Royhan, Pradip, “Market Access Challenges and Opportunities for Bangladesh Textile and Apparel Products’ LAWASIA Journal (2015) 57-73
• Royhan, Pradip and Naser, Mostafa, “Bangladesh in the WTO: A Quest for Greater Market Access” Chittagong University Journal of Law Vol 18, 2014
• Royhan, Pradip, “Environmental Requirements in the WTO: Developmental Challenges of the Least Developed Countries with a particular Reference to Bangladesh” - (2013) 9 (1) Macquarie Journal of International and Comparative Environmental Law 78-92.
• Royhan, Pradip, “Market Access Challenges and Opportunities for Bangladesh Pharmaceutical Products under Trade Related Aspect of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS)” Oxford Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice (2013) 8 (12): 939-945.
• Royhan, Pradip, “Market Access Challenges and Opportunities of Bangladesh Leather and Leather Products’ (2019) Accepted for publication in the Australian Journal of Business, Social Science and Information Technology (Forthcoming)
• Royhan, Pradip, “Environment Related Health Concerns: Market Access Challenges for
• Bangladesh Fish and Fish Products” Submitted for publication in Law Asia journal in the upcoming edition (2019) (Under review)
• Roy, P. C., R. Mandal, and Z. Ahmad, 2000 ''Effect of Liming on mineralization of Sulfur incubated with Urea and Gypsum in Three Contrasting Soils''-Phytol. Res.13 (1); 51-56, 2000.
• Roy, P. C., R. Mandal, and Z. Ahmad, 2000 ''Effect of Nitrogen and Sulfur on the macronutrient content of HYV Rice (BR-3)''-Phytol. Res.13 (1); 27-33, 2000.
• Roy, P.C., R. Mandal, and Z. Ahmad, 2000 ''Effect of Liming on the mineralization of Nitrogen by added Urea and gypsum in three contrasting Soils''- Dhaka University J. Sci.9(2);109-114,2000.
• Roy, P.C., R. Mandal, and Z. Ahmad, 1997 ''Effect of Nitrogen and Sulfur on the growth and yield of HYV (BR-3)'' Phytol.Res.12 (1-2); 13-16, 1999.
• Roy, P.C, R. Mandal, and Z. Ahmad, 1997 ''Impact of various moisture levels on the mineralization of Sulfur in Soil as influenced by addition of Urea and gypsum''- Bangladesh J. Sci.Res.14 (2); 246-251, 1996.
• Roy, P.C, R. Mandal, and Z. Ahmad, 1997 ''Impact of various moisture levels on the mineralization of Nitrogen in Soil as affected by addition of Urea and gypsum''- Bangladesh J. Sci.Res.14 (2); 217-222, 1996