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THE RTI MECHANISM: Issues of public interest and time duration

THE RTI MECHANISM: Issues of public interest and time duration

Right to information has been the foundational basis of all rights. The UN General Assembly declared this right during its very first

Your  Advocate

Your Advocate

This week Your Advocate is Barrister Omar Khan Joy, Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh. He is the head of the chambers of a


    The nine-month long war of liberation was fought in 1971 to defend, among others, people's rights, liberty and freedom. One of the

  • DMUCS-TIB Anti Corruption Moot Court Competition 2017 held at DU

    Dhaka University Moot Court Society (DUMCS), the pioneer mooting institutionorganisation in the country, in collaboration with Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB), organised the Anti Corruption Moot Court Competition from December 7-9, 2017 at the University of Dhaka (DU). Law students from 16 different public and private

  • Seminar on Bangladesh's initial state party report on ICCPR held at EWU

    East West University (EWU) Law Club organised a seminar titled 'A face-off worth remembering: The Consideration of Initial State Party Report of Bangladesh on the ICCPR' on the 30 November

  • Rohingyas: The victims of 'hidden genocide'

    With an aim to collect the narratives of atrocity that the Rohingya people started facing after the 25th of August,

  • Our duty to prevent genocide

    The 9th of December is globally celebrated as the International Day of Commemoration and Dignity of the Victims of

  • In quest of functional community policing

    Community policing is an approach that permits the police and community to work closely together in order to solve

  • A landmark compensation suit

    On 3 December 2017, the High Court Division (HCD) awarded Tareque Masud's family Tk 4.6 crores in damages

  • Symposium on Artha Rin Adalat Ain held at BILIA

    On Thursday, November 30, 2017, Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA) organised a symposium titled “Critically Examining the Artha Rin Adalat Ain”to address this perceived unfairness in the law. Papers were presented by Barrister Tapas Kanti Baul, Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh and Prosecutor at the International Crimes Tribunal and Ms. Tasmiah Nuhiya Ahmed, Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh and Research Assistant (Law), BILIA, respectively.

  • 3rd BDLD seminar on ‘Criminal Sentencing in Bangladesh’

    An analysis of the legal framework, the approach and the existing trends of the courts regarding handing out sentences in a country is essential to evaluate and propose reforms to its penal policies.

  • 2nd Law Faculty Open Discussion held at DU

    Law Faculty Open Discussion Series, a lecture series initiated in early 2017 by the Faculty of Law, University of Dhaka (DU) aims to impart knowledge on various multidisciplinary issues and subjects outside the realm of law and legal studies