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What is next in The Gambia v Myanmar?
Law & Our Rights

What is next in The Gambia v Myanmar?

On 23 January 2020, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Gambia v. Myanmar delivered its order upholding The Gambia’s request for provisional measures.

Protecting migratory species
Law & Our Rights

Protecting migratory species

Many animals – including birds, fish and mammals – migrate along set routes in search of food or breeding grounds.

  • 2nd DUMCS-TIB Anti-Corruption Moot Competition held

    The 2nd DUMCS-TIB Anti-Corruption Moot Court Competition was held from 28-30 November 2019 at the Faculty of Law, University of Dhaka. With 26 law schools participating, this was one of the biggest national moot court competitions. The University of Dhaka became the champion, while BRAC University became the runner-up.

  • FutureLaw conclave 2019 held in London

    With a view to inspiring Bangladeshi law students and early-career professionals in the United Kingdom, the FutureLaw Initiative hosted a career development session titled...

  • How far the Biological Diversity Act 2017 complies with international obligations?

    Access under the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) is meant to be of biological or genetic resources, and benefit-sharing refers to the benefits that might ensue from the use of genetic resources or associated traditional knowledge (TK).

  • Combating intolerance

    Tolerance recognises the universal human rights and fundamental freedoms of others, irrespective of their differences.

  • South Asia in a changing world

    South Asia is a critical link to the rise of Asia and its position in the international system. With a population of 1.8 billion people, it houses one fourth of the global humanity.

  • On payment of security deposit to landlords

    We have rented an office for a term of four years in Banani with a monthly rent of BDT 1,45,000 (One lakh and Forty-Five Thousand) only.

  • DHLR holds 6th public lecture

    A public lecture titled “Transforming Conflict in Educational Settings: The Benefits and Limitations of Mediation and Restorative Dialogue,” arranged by Dhaka Law Review (DHLR)

  • 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.

  • Comprehensive book on corruption related laws

    The word ‘corruption’ has multidimensional facets and corrupt practices have far reaching effects. Offences as such are often termed as white-collar crimes and are committed and carried out by individuals, corporations or organised groups for the purpose of generating huge profits.

  • Can we make our justice system disabled-friendly?

    Sudeep Das, a visually impaired law graduate from the University of Chittagong, recently filed a writ petition seeking the Apex Court ruling to allow him to participate in the thirteenth Bangladesh Judicial Service Commission (hereinafter BJSC) examination with the aid of a writing assistant.