Mohammad Sadr Touhid-Khaneh, LL.M.

Research Fellow (Asia)

Project Activities

Afghanistan

Other Activities and Research Interests

General Part of Criminal Law, Comparative Criminal Law, Theory and History of Criminal Law, Theological Assumptions of Islamic Law, Interaction between Divine and Secular Criminal Justice Systems, Public Law, Transitional Justice

Professional and Academic Background

10/2013 -12/2016 Research Fellow at the Max Planck Foundation for International Peace and the Rule of Law in Heidelberg (Germany)

Since 2008 Doctor's Candidate in Criminal Law at Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (Germany)

8/2006 - 9/2013 Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg (Germany)

2/2005 - 5/2006 Stipendiary Fellowship at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law in Freiburg (Germany)

3/2003 - 2/2005 Secretary of Law Research Group in the Organisation for Researching and Composing University Textbooks in Humanities (SAMT), Ministry of Sciences, Research and Technology (based in Iran)

2003 - 2006 Master of Criminal Law and Criminology (summa cum laude), Imam Sadiq University, Tehran (Iran)

3/2000 - 2/2003 Senior Researcher at the Centre of Strategic Studies and Judicial Development, Iranian Judiciary (Iran)

1998 - 2003 Licentiate's degree in Law and Islamic Studies (summa cum laude), Imam Sadiq University, Tehran (Iran)

1992 - 1996 Obtaining Diploma in humanities from an "Evening high school" in Tehran (Iran) (qualifying for universities' Entrance Examination)

1989-1996 Itmami Lom'atayn, Madrasa Dja'fariya, Tehran, Iran (under the supervision of The High Council of Managing Hawza of Qum (Equivalent to the Licentiate's degree of Islamic Sciences and Theology)