Mohammad Reza Azimi

Mohammad Reza Azimi holds a bachelor's degree in law and a master's degree in human rights from Shahid Beheshti University and a doctorate in public law from the University of Tehran. He practices as a professional lawyer for more than 14 years in different field of Commercial issues, Domestic Law issues, Criminal Cases. He has a successful background in handling different Civil Law Cases which. In addition, he is lecturer at the Islamic Azad University, Central Tehran Branch, and in his research portfolio, in addition to numerous legal articles, he has published four books focusing on human rights and public law.


  • "Human Rights Education" (UNESCO Human Rights, Peace and Democracy), Majd Publications, first edition, 2009;
  • "Jahan Nema Against Naghshe Jahan" (a case in defense of cultural heritage), published by Fasle No Publications, first edition, 1390 / second edition: Qalam Publications, 1394);
  • "Minorities in International Law" (history, treaties, limits and protections), Published by Pardis Danesh, 2013;
  • "The Myth of Rights and the Strategy of Reform" Shirazeh Publications, First Edition, 1398.