Dr. Khadijah Mohamed is an Associate Professor at the School of Law, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) and serving as Deputy Director at the Innovation and Commercialization Centre, a centre that focuses on delivering management of university intellectual property rights and relay them to industry for commercialisation. She holds a bachelor and master’s degree in law from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (her LLM dissertation was on corporate rescue mechanisms). She was a qualified advocate and solicitor of the High Court of Malaya and practised as a lawyer before joining the university (currently non-practising). She received a Postgraduate Certificate in Research Training and was awarded her PhD in Law from Newcastle University, United Kingdom. Her PhD thesis is entitled ‘Trademark Counterfeiting: Comparative Legal Analysis on Enforcement within Malaysia and the United Kingdom and at Their Borders’ (http://theses.ncl.ac.uk/jspui/handle/10443/1511). In 2009-2010, she was appointed as facilitator at Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Newcastle University for postgraduate research training programme. In 2013-2014, she served as the LLB Hons Programme Coordinator at the School of Law, UUM and responsible for handling academic matters relating to law courses offered including the renewal of its recognition by the government and legal professions, course evaluation, and programme and syllabus structure. In 2015-2016, she was attached at the School of Law, University of Glasgow as a Visiting Academic under a postdoctoral scholarship on intellectual property and competition law. In 2019, she was awarded with full sponsorship by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) & World Trade Organisation (WTO) as participant in the WIPO-WTO Colloquium for Teachers of Intellectual Property in Geneva, Switzerland. Dr. Khadijah teaches legal research methods course both at undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, intellectual property law, law for technology management, employment law and ethics, law and corporate social responsibility. Her research interests lie mainly in the areas of intellectual property law, employment law, legal research methodology and commercial law.