• Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Law And Our Rights

LAW ANALYSIS

Reviving the 'stopped' judicial proceedings

Reviving the 'stopped' judicial proceedings

ON the issue of reviving the stopped judicial proceedings, the adjudicators in Courts of justice usually confront few rudimentary dilemmas. There is also disorientation as to the application of the provision enunciated in section 249 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898 in our administration of criminal justice in Bangladesh. To realise the...

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 renowned law firm, namely, 'Legal Counsel', which has expertise mainly in commercial law, corporate law, family law, employment and labor law, land law, banking law, constitutional law, criminal law, IPR...

Law letter
Impeachment of Judges

Let's establish check and balance

A procedure for removal of Judges of the  Supreme Court by way of address of the Houses of Parliament to the President for 'proved misbehavior or incapacity' is going to be revived in our constitution by upcoming 16th amendment as the cabinet approved a proposal to amend the constitution to restore parliaments' authority to impeach judges. The original constitution (of 1972) had empowered parliament with the authority to impeach. By virtue of the supreme judicial council a judge can be...

Law Event

To foster the study of International Law

To foster the study of International Law

TO promote research, education and practice of international law among law scholars and practitioners in Asia and to foster the Asian perspectives of international law, the Bangladesh Chapter of the Asian Society of International Law (AsianSIL Bangladesh), in collaboration with the Asian Society of International Law (AsianSIL), organised an international conference on South...