- Corporate and Commercial
- Foreign Investment in Bangladesh
- Commercial Arbitration
- Banks and Banking Law
- Labour and Employment Law
- Constitutional and Administrative Law
- Anti-corruption and Bribery Laws
- Landlord and Tenant
|Education||University of Buckingham, England (LL.B., 2006); BPP Law School, England (Bar Vocational Course, 2007); University of Cambridge, England (LL.M., 2008)|
|Admitted||2007, England and Wales; 2009, Advocate, Dhaka, Bangladesh|
|Memberships ||Hon'ble Society of Lincoln's Inn; Dhaka Bar Association; Oxbridge Society, Bangladesh.|
|Languages||Bengal, English, Urdu and Hindi|
Career highlight: Associate at Akhtar Imam & Associate; Acquired in-depth power sector expertise through litigation (judicial review) challenging the decisions/orders of the Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission (BERC); Representing as a junior lawyer a multinational in its proposed acquisition of the entire passive telecom infrastructure of one of the largest telecom operators in Bangladesh: this deal is set to become the first of its kind in Bangladesh (Deal value: USD 250 million).
Academic achievement: First Class Honours in LLB; Topped International Banking and Finance in LLM in University of Cambridge; Best Performance Prize in Constitutional and Administrative Law in LLB; Best Performance Prize in Preliminary Examinations in LLB; Good Performance Prize in Part 1 Examinations in LLB; Merit-based International Students' Scholarship for the LLB.
Previous Positions: Lecturer, Company Law, London College of Legal Studies, Dhaka, Bangladesh; Legal Internship under Dr. Abhishek Manu Singhvi, leading senior counsel and renowned politician in India.
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