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Reparatory System of Justice: International and Bangladesh context

Introduction: Reparatory System of Justice is a part of transitional justice process[1]. Transitional justice ensures the human rights and also gives importance in stable social mechanism. This justice process helps the society to become oppression free and stable. Reparatory system is also a way which paves the way of the transitional justice to achieve its […]

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Bangladesh Environment Conservation Act 1995: An Analysis & Review

Abstract: Environmental Laws are for the conservation and protection of the environment and ecology. These laws lay down the rights and duties of citizens and public agencies in consonance with the global call for a healthy environment. Environmental laws existed in the country right from the 19th century; although they remained either unenforced to a […]

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British American Tobacco Bangladesh Company Ltd vs Begum Shamsun Nahar

  Case Title : British American Tobacco Bangladesh Company Ltd vs Begum Shamsun Nahar Reference : 66 DLR (AD) (2014) 80 Principle: Vicarious liability made applicable in this case for tort. Facts : The present respondent Shamsun Nahar was appointed as “Lady Confidential Typist” of the defendant-petitioner company on 1-1-1985. Since 1986, she was the […]

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Symposium on the Work of International Law: A Further Legal Analysis

Professor Monica Hakimi’s article on the work of international law [1], which was published in the Harvard International Law Journal, received responses from four academics. Responses, then, have been encountered by Author’s reply. Both the responses from Professors Bodansky, D’ Aspremont, Krisch, Meyer [2] to the ‘cooperation thesis’ and the author’s reply [3] to those […]

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Practical Challenges in Cross-border Cybercrimes: Prosecutors and Investigators Perspectives

ABSTRACT The investigator and prosecutor encounter enormous difficulties and challenges in dealing with the cross-border cyber related crimes. This article intends to show practical difficulties prosecutors and investigators often face when they deal with the cross-border cybercrimes. For example, foreign States often refused to share the information and evidences if the alleged conduct is not […]

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Armed Conflict in Yemen: Application of Humanitarian Law in protecting the Civilians

During a Security Council-Debate on the protection of civilians in armed violence the UN Secretary General recently said that “Parties to conflict are treating hospitals and clinics as targets rather than respecting them as sanctuaries”. Surely attacks on hospitals and clinics in a conflict situation are violations of international humanitarian laws. My article would examine […]

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Jurisdiction of Local Court when the seat of Arbitration has not been determined

CASE STUDY SILKWAYS CARGO SERVIECS LIMITED vs MALAYSIAN AIRLINES SYSTEM AND OTHERS   Reference: 1 LCLR [2012] HCD 402   Brief Statement of Facts: The present case arose when the Respondent, Malaysian Airlines System, refused to renew the General Sales Agent (GSA) Agreement of the Petitioner, Silkways Cargo Serviecs Limited. Under the Agreement the renewal […]

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