6d ago| Law Vision

Urgent reforms to ADR in South Asia to achieve SDG-16

The traditional process of litigating has been one of the best ways of resolving disputes from time immemorial because of its credible methods of examination, depiction, and judgment-giving.

1w ago| Law Vision

The quest for special courts for adjudication of corporate disputes

In the last few years, Bangladesh has given its business environment a facelift to attract investments. To curtail excessive red tapism in company registration, the incorporation of company has...

2w ago| Law Vision

Street law in medical negligence: Making tort law easy for the people

Street Law is a method of teaching practical law to the general public through interactive methods.  This year throughout February, iProbono (Bangladesh) hosted a series of virtual street law...

On the settlement of land disputes in the CHT

Land crisis is arguably the main problem in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHTs) centering which many other problems have arisen over the years. From time immemorial, the CHT inhabitants have been...

Intellectual Property regime in the age of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) generated contents have been posing formidable challenges to the existing Intellectual Property (IP) regime.

Institutional barriers in accessing civil justice system

Goal 16 of the SDGs pledges ‘ensuring access to justice for all’ as a target to be achieved. The term ‘all’ signifies everyone irrespective of their race, sex, color, language, religion, wealth,...

September 14, 2021
September 14, 2021

Urgent reforms to ADR in South Asia to achieve SDG-16

The traditional process of litigating has been one of the best ways of resolving disputes from time immemorial because of its credible methods of examination, depiction, and judgment-giving.

September 7, 2021
September 7, 2021

The quest for special courts for adjudication of corporate disputes

In the last few years, Bangladesh has given its business environment a facelift to attract investments. To curtail excessive red tapism in company registration, the incorporation of company has...

August 31, 2021
August 31, 2021

Street law in medical negligence: Making tort law easy for the people

Street Law is a method of teaching practical law to the general public through interactive methods.  This year throughout February, iProbono (Bangladesh) hosted a series of virtual street law...

August 17, 2021
August 17, 2021

Virtual court system in Bangladesh

On May 9, 2020, the President of Bangladesh, while the Parliament was not in session, by exercising jurisdiction under Article 93(1) of the Constitution of Bangladesh promulgated Adalat Kartrik...

August 10, 2021
August 10, 2021

Inability to repatriate export proceeds and legal remedies for exporters

In Bangladesh, most of the exporters have to rely on bank loan for procuring the raw materials essential for the production of the goods/articles to be exported.

July 20, 2021
July 20, 2021

Employment Injury Protection Scheme: A new horizon to workers’ social protection

A study by ILO reveals that over 11,000 workers suffer fatal accidents and a further 24,500 die from work-related diseases across all sectors each year in Bangladesh.

July 13, 2021
July 13, 2021

Need for Sentencing Guidelines in Bangladesh

If an accused either pleads guilty or is found guilty by the court, he becomes an offender and is sentenced by the court. Generally, a criminal trial ends with a conviction or acquittal of an...

July 14, 2020
July 14, 2020

Digital payment system to boost up the operation of virtual courts

The Covid-19 crisis has tremendously increased the use of internet and accelerated the digitalisation of many businesses and services through introducing teleworking and video conferencing in...

May 5, 2020
May 5, 2020

COVID-19 and Default of Commercial Loans: Looking Ahead

The time we are living in is unprecedented, to say the least. While claims relating to health, social and political unrest are undeniable, the

April 14, 2020
April 14, 2020

COVID-19 and force majeure: A Bangladeshi perspective

The outbreak of COVID-19 in Wuhan, China was first reported to the World Health Organisation (WHO) Country Office in China, on 31 December 2019.