NILS Bangladesh Journal of Law (NBJL)

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Upcoming Events

4 ViewsCALL FOR PAPERS Volume: 01 (2024) Introduction The Network for International Law Students (NILS) Bangladesh Chapter is pleased to announce the “Call for Papers” for the annual edition of the NILS Bangladesh Journal of Law (NBJL). This peer-reviewed law journal is dedicated to promoting research and enhancing analytical skills among national and international legal […]

Land Acquisition Legislation in Bangladesh: An Analysis from Perspectives of the Rights of Affected Parties

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Recent Blogs

1,406 ViewsAbstract: Land acquisition is a certain procedure conducted under existing land acquisition legislations in Bangladesh for various developmental projects. Although this procedure is undertaken for public purpose, in real scenario the existing laws do not always favor the affected parties, rather emphasize the eminent domain power of the State. This paper highlights on the […]

Necessity of a Separate Law for the Election Commission in Bangladesh

Posted 1 CommentPosted in Recent Blogs

817 ViewsIn a democratic state, good governance depends on the electoral system of the country. Without a transparent and participatory election, democracy can not be ensured, resulting in severe violations of basic human rights and increased corruption. Moreover, the abuse of power by law enforceable agency and the independence of the judiciary begins to erode, […]

A Brief Description of Company Directors from a Historical and the Legal Perspective of Bangladesh

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Recent Blogs

1,223 ViewsINTRODUCTION Although company is regarded as a legal person yet it cannot manage itself like a natural person. Companies are managed by the directors. During the course of their duty, managers are bound to follow specific rules regulations and perform specific duties. A company’s progress greatly depends on how efficiently the directors are handling […]

Socio-Economic Rights in the Constitution of Bangladesh and the Social Reality

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Recent Blogs

1,211 ViewsSince the late 19th century, socio-economic rights which are also called ‘second-generation rights’ started taking place in the constitutions of different countries worldwide. After World War II, international law started recognizing these rights. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR) were adopted in 1948 […]

Preservation of Democracy and Logical Exclusion of a Party: Context Bangladesh

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Recent Blogs

661 ViewsIntroduction: “We the people are the rightful masters of both congress and the courts, not to overthrow the constitution but to overthrow the men who pervert the constitution”[i] -the declaration about the supremacy of the constitution proved the possession of Constitution overall and above and no one has the right to deny its superiority. […]