In general, the research conducted by the legal academe in Bangladesh has not engaged with judgments as much as is the case in some other jurisdictions.
The recent apparently appalling arrest of Dhaka Tribune journalist, Mr Ariful Islam has been the talk of the town.
Provisions designed for the protection of the identity of victims of crimes and witnesses in one form or another can be gleaned in many legal systems of today.
It has been somewhat fashionable in our country to demand tough punishments as a prevention tool for crimes that society abhors. In view of the apparently increasing rate of rape, some observers have demanded capital punishment for perpetrators of rape. Even
In the current era of indirect democracy, it is accepted that the laws and policies would be made, not by the people themselves but by their representatives.
The delay in the advocate enrolment examination has already fermented deep frustration among many aspiring lawyers rightfully
On 7 February 2019, the High Court Division (HCD) delivered a judgment on the legality of a policy promulgated by the Ministry of Education (MOE) in 2012 on limiting the involvement of teachers in the coaching business.