Seyedeh Fatemeh Ojagh is a Ph.D. candidate in Public Law in Tehran University. She obtained her LL.M. in Human Rights Law from Shahid Beheshti University with her research on the sociological contexts of the demand of rights. She has a Bachelor of Laws degree (L.L.B) from Tehran University. One of her most important publications is "Restrictions on the Freedom of Press; International Human Rights, Legal System versus Islamic Republic of Iran's Legal System" which was published in Global Media Journal in 2015. Being interested in Persian Literature, she also studied in this field and got a Bachelor's degree in Persian Language and Literature from Tehran University. She has been a member of the Central Bar Association in Tehran from 2012 and attended criminal and civil court proceedings as an Attorney-at-Law. Being a specialist in contractual and corporate matters, she serves as a Legal Consultant in international oil and gas companies in Iran. She also was a Legal Journalist in some of the legal journals of Iran and has published extensively in various legal avenues. Co-operating with the Tehran University Human Rights Institution, she carried out different projects within and certified by the United Nations Development Program, including National Seminar "The Press Law" in 2009 in which she acted as Chief Secretary.