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Towards creating an indigenous legal corpus in Bangla
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Towards creating an indigenous legal corpus in Bangla

Arif Khan is an Advocate at the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. He studied law from the University of Dhaka. He is one of the co-founders of Reading Club, a Dhaka University based platform for enthusiastic readers and young scholars.

How does the Bar Council Tribunal function
Law & Our Rights

How does the Bar Council Tribunal function

All lawyers who practice in Bangladesh must maintain the ethical standards imposed by the Bangladesh Bar Council. As an arm of the

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