Jahangir Alam & Law Associates is an esteemed law firm in the hub of Dhaka City. This law firm helps you to ensure your justice through potential law advice particularly but not limited to real estate law, property law, to civil and criminal matters.
Mahmud is an enrolled Advocate of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. After obtaining his LL.B. (Hons.) degree from University of London, UK in 2008, he completed the bar vocational course from City Law School, City University, London. He was called to the Bar of England and Wales from Lincoln’s Inn, London, in 2010. Mahmud is also an Affiliate of Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, UK (ACCA).
Before joining Syed Ishtiaq Ahmed & Associates in 2013, Mahmud worked as an auditor in S.F. Ahmed & Co., a renowned chartered accountant firm in Bangladesh. During his association with Syed Ishtiaq Ahmed & Associates, he has been involved in advising local and international clients on commercial, procurement, labour, contractual and insurance matters. Since joining the firm, he has been closely engaged in several public private partnership (PPP) projects, power projects, policy development projects and considerable number of transactions of merger and acquisition involving foreign and local institutions.
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Imtiaz obtained his LL.B. (Hons.) degree from the University of Sussex, UK, in 2012. Thereafter, he completed his Bar Professional Training Course and Post-graduate Diploma in Bar Professional Training from City University, London. He was called to the Bar of England and Wales from Lincoln’s Inn, London, in 2013. Prior to joining chambers, Imtiaz worked as an intern in Allen and Overy and undertook a mini-pupillage at 1 Crown Office Row, Brighton. Imtiaz joined Chambers in 2013 and specializes in mergers and acquisitions, banking and finance, labour, energy, telecommunication and aviation law.
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Matiur is an enrolled Advocate of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh and has been working with the Firm for more than 20 years. Matiur is a litigator and appears regularly before the subordinate courts, in relation to various civil and criminal matters, for the chambers. He has been dealing with civil, commercial, banking, employment, family and property related disputes and other miscellaneous matters.
Anisul obtained his LL.B. (Hons.) degree from University of London, UK, in 2004 and upon successful completion of the bar vocation course at the Inns of Court School of Law, City University, London, he was called to the Bar of England and Wales from Lincoln’s Inn, London, in 2006. He thereafter worked as an immigration consultant at an immigration advisory firm in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK which was controlled by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC), UK. Anisul is an enrolled Advocate of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh.
Anis joined Chambers in 2009 and has been involved in banking, commercial, labour, telecommunication and litigation matters. Anis’s areas of practice in Chambers include advising clients in the areas of labour, telecommunications, project finance, loan syndications as well as other contractual and commercial matters. Since joining the Chambers, he has been closely involved in considerable number of transactions of merger and acquisition and loan syndication involving foreign and local financial institutions.
Anis has also been involved with advising local and international clients on labour law disputes, such as, Banglalink, Airtel, Edotco, Ericsson, Hewlett Packard, Perry Ellis, H&M, Timberland, Sainsbury, Apex, Next, Tchibo GmbH, Children‟s Place, Edcon, Powertek Berhad, Accenture, ITX Inditex, Target Sourcing, Oman Air, Gulf Air, Bangkok Airways, Gap, Wilbur-Ellis, Metlife, AFD, Telenor, Vimplecom, American Effird, Aga Khan Foundation, etc.
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Nazia obtained her LL.B. (Hons.) degree from University of Wolverhampton, UK, in 2002 and her LL.M. degree from Brunel University, Uxbridge, in 2004, with specialization in international trade law including WTO laws and submission of a dissertation on intellectual property laws in developing countries. She was called to the Bar of England and Wales from Lincoln’s Inn, London, in 2004. After pupilage with Chambers, she qualified as an Advocate of the District Court, Dhaka, in 2007, and thereafter qualified as an Advocate of the High Court Division, Supreme Court of Bangladesh.
Nazia joined Chambers in 2005 has been involved in commercial, banking and company law matters. Nazia’a areas of practice in Chambers include advising clients in the areas of gas and oil exploration, power generation, telecommunications, PPP projects as well as other contractual and commercial matters. She has been closely involved in numerous projects sponsored by the ADB, ILO, JICA, IFC and other development agencies since joining the firm. She was a team member of Grameenphone Ltd. IPO legal team. She also provided assistance in review of papers on matters under the WTO regime. Nazia has assisted Partners and represented Chambers in various arbitration proceedings under the Bangladesh arbitration laws.
Nihad obtained her BA (Hons) degree in Law from Cambridge University, UK in 1988. She was called to the Bar of England and Wales from Gray’s Inn, London in 1989, completed her LLM, also from Cambridge University, UK in 1991 and was granted her MA in 1993. She was enrolled as an Advocate in Bangladesh in 1990 and as an Advocate of the High Court Division of Bangladesh in 1991. In 2002 she was enrolled as an Advocate of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh.
Nihad joined Syed Ishtiaq Ahmed & Associates in 1991 and developed her expertise in civil, commercial, corporate, company, project finance and banking law matters. She was involved in several constitutional cases of note. The most notable case was the President’s Reference No.1 of 1995, the first ever President’s reference to the Chief Justice on a matter of constitutional importance under Constitutional provisions in Bangladesh, where Nihad assisted Senior Counsel, Syed Ishtiaq Ahmed in his role as amicus curiae. She appears before the Supreme Court routinely in constitutional, corporate and company matters and income tax references. Cases on double taxation argued by her have been reported and are used as precedents in the Supreme Court.
Nihad was a member of the Company Law Reform Committee formed by the Government of Bangladesh in August 2003, WTO Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Commerce, Bankruptcy Law Reform Committee for Bangladesh in 1994. Nihad was also the first Legal Counsel to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of Bangladesh from 1993-96. She taught Company Law at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh in the academic year 1993-94.
Nihad worked as Counsel in the Office of the General Counsel of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in Manila, Philippines from July 1996 to February 2000
Date and Place of Birth:
Dhaka, Bangladesh, September 22, 1981
Banking; Company; Commercial; International Trade; Contracts; Constitutional Law
2003, England and Wales
Queen Mary (LL.B., Hons.); King’s College London (LL.M., 2005); Inns of Court School of Law, City Law School (Bar Vocational Course); City University (Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice)
English, Bengali, Hindi and French
203 Concord Tower (2nd Floor)
113 Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue
Room#137, 139 Bar Association Building
Bangladesh Supreme Court.
Ms. Tania Amir L.L.B. Honours, U.K. Barrister-at-Law, being called to the Bar in 1990, from Gray’s Inn; practiced in the U.K.; enrolled as an advocate of the Dhaka High Court 1991 and an Advocate of Bangladesh Supreme Court 1993 and a partner of THE LAW ASSOCIATES. Presently working in Dhaka in a wide range of Practice, which include advising foreign investors, Infrastructure Development Corporation (IDCOL), OPIC, IFC, Turnkey Projects, International Finance and Banking, General Corporate/Commercial and Constitutional law, etc.
International practice includes Commercial and international arbitrations and other methods of alternative dispute resolution. Acted as a Consultant to the World Bank, which led to arbitral laws reforms and enforcement mechanisms for recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Bangladesh.
Advised the Ministry of Women & Children Affairs to withdraw the reservation on key Articles of UN Convention on elimination of all forms of discrimination against Women (CEDAW).
Trainer and resource person at the Legal Education & Training Institute (LETI), Bangladesh Bar Council, conduct training programs on human rights and gender issues and the Bar Vocational Course.
An activist on human rights issues, Women�s empowerment, Child rights, Environment, Consumer rights, initiated many Public Interest Litigation (PIL), working closely with acid survivors and other NGOs.
Legal advisor to national, international and transnational organization, enjoys a vibrant practice in the Supreme Court of Bangladesh both at the High Court Division as well as the Appellate Division; acted as consultants to NGO�s, human rights organizations, poverty alleviation and good governance projects; Acted as expert Consultant to UN bodies and WHO, Executive Body member of SAARC LAW, member of International Bar Association (IBA), Law Asia, International Development Law Organization (IDLO), etc.