Dr. Shahab Saqib

Field of experience: Discrimination, Equality, International law, Human rights, and Islamic law

Shahab Saqib’s research primarily focuses on examining the concepts of discrimination and equality within the realm of law, particularly with an emphasis on issues related to race and citizenship. In his exploration of these topics, he demonstrates a keen interest in employing critical legal methodologies and third-world approaches to international law. Shahab’s research extends to the study of alternative legal systems, such as Islamic law and Indigenous law, as a means to rethink conventional legal standards.

Shahab currently holds the position of Lecturer at the University of Leicester and also serves as a Visiting Lecturer at SOAS University of London. He has previously served as a visiting research fellow at the University of Toronto.