Areas of Expertise
- International Human Rights
- International Organizations
- Public International Law
About Zarifullah Darkhily
Zarifullah “Zarif” Darkhily is a visiting assistant professor at the University of Missouri School of Law. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in law and political Science (2013) from Al-beroni University, and has an LLM in sustainable international development law (2015) from the University of Washington School of Law.
After graduation in 2015, Darkhily joined the Faculty of public Policy and Administration at Kabul University. Prior to the fall of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, he served as the head of the Public Administration Department. He has also been an honorary lecturer with Panjshir and Al-beroni Universities Faculty of Law and Political Science lecturing on subjects such as public international law and international human rights.
Darkhily has a great interest in moot court competitions, and has participated (2011-2013), coached (2015) and judged (2016-2021) the Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition (Afghanistan National Rounds), and numerous other national and international moot court competitions.