Murtaza Mohiqi

Fakultet for humaniora, idretts- og utdanningsvitenskap
Institutt for kultur, religion og samfunnsfag
Campus Drammen (12034A)
Murtaza Mohiqi is a law lecturer, legal columnist, and human rights researcher, possessing experience in both human rights and private law at both domestic and international levels. Mohiqi's extensive research efforts focus on comprehensively examining multifaceted human rights aspects related to diverse demographic groups, including women, children, minorities, immigrants, and individuals with disabilities. His scholarly pursuits not only encompass human rights but also extend to the intricate domain of private law. This dual engagement spans constitutional, international, and global contexts, thereby augmenting the richness and breadth of his academic contributions. His research also covers the intersection of Artificial Intelligence and human rights. Through his written work, he critically examines emerging technologies, with a particular focus on their implications within the realm of law and human rights. Additionally, he holds the position of a Legal Tech Specialist, driven by his curiosity regarding the potential of technology to advance human rights and contribute to peace efforts.


Human Rights, Private Law, domestic and international levels;

Diverse demographic groups, Women, Children, Minorities, Immigrants, Individuals with disabilities,...;

Emerging Technologies, Human Rights Advancement, Technology's Potential,  Global Peace, Global Digital Universitis in Conflict Zones.