Muhammad Bahrul Ulum

Muhammad Bahrul Ulum is a law lecturer at the University of Jember (Indonesia). Currently, he studies PhD in Food Security and Agricultural Law at the Queensland University of Technology (Australia), fully funded by the Indonesia Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP) scholarship.

His primary research interests fall in the field of constitutional law, land law, and agro-food law. A key theme in his research explores the interplay of constitutionalism and rights-based instruments. Muhammad's research also examines the regulation of the food system and agricultural sector in response to industrialisation. He has published widely on constitutionalism, human rights, and food policies in refereed journals. He has also reviewed journals' manuscripts from reputable outlets such as Oxford, Sage, and Elsevier.

In 2013, he obtained the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) scholarship to pursue a Master's Degree. He also received a research grant from the Islamic Development Bank to conduct research as a visiting scholar at Nagoya University (Japan) from October to December 2018. In 2017-2022, he was selected to present papers at conferences held by the Indonesian Constitutional Court, the University of Jember, the University of Sydney, the University of Indonesia, Vietnam National University, and Thammasat University. In 2019, he also participated in the 43rd Southeast Asia Seminar held by Kyoto University in Hanoi, Vietnam.

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