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By Ali Mashraf

BDLD-Bangladesh Law Digest, a student-run law journal of Bangladesh, started its journey in June 2015 with a view to providing the lawyers, legal researchers and law students of Bangladesh a brilliant platform to dissect, scrutinize and synthesize various critical and thought-provoking legal issues. It aims to hone legal research and writing skills of the students; two fundamental skills required to thrive in the legal field as well as publishing write-ups that serve both the legal practitioners and academicians alike.

BDLD is going to host its 3rd seminar titled ‘Criminal Sentencing in Bangladesh’ at the premises of Department of Law, University of Dhaka on November 29, 2017, from 2:30 PM. The Keynote Speaker of the seminar will be Dr. Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman, Associate Professor, Department of Law, University of Dhaka. Professor Dr. Md. Rahmat Ullah, Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Dhaka will grace the event as the Chief Guest. The seminar will be moderated by Mr. Mohammad Golam Sarwar, Lecturer, Department of Law, University of Dhaka.

Dr. Muhammad Mahbubur Rahman is the author of Criminal Sentencing in Bangladesh: From Colonial Legacies to Modernity. His research interests focus on criminal law, legal theories, human rights as well as law and society. The seminar will draw attention to the existing practice of criminal sentencing in our courts, its pros and cons as well as ways and means to reform the system.

Law students, teachers and practitioners from all over Bangladesh are welcome to attend this seminar. All the interested legal minds are requested to fill up the following registration form to sign up for the event: http://bdlawdigest.org/registration-for-bdld-seminars. After signing up, do pay the registration fee of BDT 100/- only via bKash to confirm your seat. Payment procedure has been elaborately described in the ‘Details’ section of the Facebook event page. For details: https://www.facebook.com/events/939836372849930/

Registration ends on November 28, 2017, at 3 PM. Since we have limited seats, do hurry up and apply now to book your spot.

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