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First ever Law Debate held in BUP
Law & Our Rights

First ever Law Debate held in BUP

The Department of Law, Bangladesh University of Professionals (BUP) and BUP Law and Moot Court Club (BUP-LMCC) jointly organised its very first Law Debate on 4th of November 2018, Sunday on the theme “A Legally Enforceable Right to Minimum Standard of Living”. The Debate was organised with a view to equipping the young law students with the argumentative skills, sophisticated legal knowledge and leadership abilities, so that they can fully be able to take leadership role in future. In the programme, around 200 law students of different semesters were present.

DU Law Faculty holds open discussion on ‘University and State’
Law & Our Rights

DU Law Faculty holds open discussion on ‘University and State’

On October 31, 2018, the fourth edition of the Law Faculty Open Discussion, titled ‘University and State’ was organised by the Faculty of Law, University of Dhaka (DU). Dr. Mohammad Azam, Associate Professor, Department of Bengali, DU graced the event as the Keynote Speaker while Professor Dr. Md. Rahmat Ullah, Dean, Faculty of Law, DU was present as the Guest of Honor.

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