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Judges as legislators: benevolent exercise of powers by the higher judiciary in Bangladesh with not so benevolent consequences
(© 2016 Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, 2016)
Recently in Bangladesh, there is a discernible (albeit rare) trend of the Supreme Court passing directives to the government for making laws for redressing specific wrongs or addressing some issues of public importance. ...
The Hindu marriage system in Bangladesh: addressing discrimination
(© 2014 Commonwealth Secretariat, 2014)
As a social and legal institution, marriage is recognized in every society and by every faith. The author examines the institution of marriage amongst the Hindu community of Bangladesh. After the independence of Bangladesh, ...
Is there a linkage between sustainable development and market access of LDCs?
(© 2013 Law and Development Review, 2013)
This article revisits the decades-long trade-sustainable development debate in the context of Rio+20 and its endorsement of green economy policy. It aims to grapple with the possible linkages between LDCs' market access ...
The scope for trade restrictions to address the lack of compliance with fire safety standards in garment factories of Bangladesh
(© 2015 Kluwer Law International BV, The Netherlands., 2015)
The frequent incidents of fire attributable to systemic lack of compliance with fire safety standards in garment factories of Bangladesh has been a recurring problem taking away lives of many workers over the years.The ...
International practice of public legal education: a missing element in the justice system of Bangladesh
(© 2012 Commonwealth Secretariat., 2012)
Public Legal Education (PLE) is a recently developed international practice which aims at providing nationwide legal education and information services to the public by way of a variety of innovative methods. Compared to ...