SYMPOSIUM

PROBING RIGHT TO FREEDOM OF SPEECH AND EXPRESSION: From ‘Charlie Hebdo’ to Bangladesh

The words ‘speech’ and ‘expression’ are often used interchangeably to serve the same legal purpose but in technical terms they are not the same. Freedom of expression is a much broader concept and it also covers the right to freedom of speech. Literally speech means to express one’s thoughts and feelings in the form of […]

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Miranda Rights: Feasibility of Practice in Bangladesh

The hardcore Hollywood Movie fans have watched that scene on silver screens countless times, where a police officer shouts these common phrases, ‘you have a right to remain silent’, ‘anything you say can be used against you in a court of law’, ‘you have a right to presence of an attorney’ and ‘if you cannot […]

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Sign Language and violation of Human Rights in Bangladesh

Have any of us ever wondered about living in a world with no sounds? A world without the sound of children giggling or melody of the drizzling rain. Think about a state of never-ending silence, a world where words bear no meaning. Can we, the fortunate ones, imagine the frustration of not being able to […]

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Celebrate this Victory Day with Bangladesh Journal of Legal Studies

In the blissful event of National Victory Day Bangladesh Journal of Legal Studies is getting launched. The website will be officially start its journey from this 16th December, 2015. On that joyous even the first legal write-up will be published. Keeping in mind the recent celebration of International Human Rights Day the first write-up will be […]

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CALL FOR PAPERS: a new platform for young researchers

Bangladesh Journal of Legal Studies is sending out call for papers invitations to the enthusiasts in the field of legal research. If you are interested in writing on any legal issues, we are happy to accept your write-ups. However a minimum quality of writing must be ensured for write-ups to be considered for publishing. Write-ups on […]

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