[Chairman of the Chambers] and Senior Advocate (Appellate Division) of the of Supreme Court was called to the Bar from Lincolns Inn, London, UK in the year 1969 and practices in the Supreme Court of Bangladesh with specialty in corporate and banking affairs. He is a former President of the Supreme Court Bar Association  and twice former Minister in the Government and four times Member of Parliaments. He is a conducting lawyer and senior Advocate of the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh. He specialises in Constitutional matters, writes on national issues, Corporate laws, Public and Private international laws, Banking laws, Arbitration, ADR, Aviation laws, Company matters, mergers etc;
[Head of Chambers and Managing Partner of the firm] is a law graduate from the University of Peshawar, Pakistan  and has over 42 years of law practice. She is actively engaged in all the courts of Bangladesh including Appellate Division of the Supreme Court. She was twice elected Member of the Bangladesh Bar Council and also held different posts in the Supreme Court Bar Association. She is also the former UN Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in Persons, especially women and children and former Member of the National Labour Law Reform Committee. She was also a member of the Women National Development Council from 2001-2006 which is headed by the Prime Minister of Bangladesh. She specializes in Property laws, Fiscal laws, Banking laws, Corporate laws, Family laws, Intellectual properties, Constitutional laws, Arbitration, Income Tax and other revenue cases, litigation (both civil and criminal especially in the High Court Division and Appellate Division of the Supreme Court), Shipping and Aviation laws, International laws (both private and international treaties), Alternative dispute Resolution, Company matters and other related works such as processing foreign investments, work permits, necessary permissions etc;
is Head of the District Court Division and the Courts of First Instance (both civil and criminal), though he is also a member of the High Court. He has over 22 years standing practice. He conducts both civil and criminal litigation and has over 6 lawyers working under him;
is the in-house lawyer full time seated at the Chambers to respond to client's queries. She has her expertise in drafting, conveyance, rendering advice and on-spot opinions on urgent and different problems that may arise over interpretations of laws and legal terms disputes, breach of contractual obligations etc. She is also responsible for maintaining liaison with all the lawyers of the firm including the Firm's tax lawyers and clients, she meets the clients requiring consultations of different legal matters;
LL.B. (Hons.), LL.M., is a litigating lawyer practicing solely in the High Court Division of the Supreme Court. He is the Head of the Supreme Court Division of the Firm and has about 4 lawyers working under him. He is accountable to the Managing Partner for all Supreme Court matters. He is an expert on drafting pleadings including all sorts of petitions and applications, well conversant with the Supreme Court Rules (both High Court and Appellate Division Rules and Letters Patent of the High Court), looks after the criminal and civil matters. He prepares writs on constitutional and human rights matters or other laws which are challenged as being ultra vires the Constitution, administrative and service laws in the administrative Tribunals or in the High Court Division, public interest litigation, appeals and revisions etc;
LL.B. (Hons.), LL.M., is also an in-house lawyer mainly responsible for litigating matters requiring High Court and Appellate Division interventions. She specialises in drafting pleadings, giving opinions mainly in corporate Banking and labour laws, researching and preparing briefs etc;
LL.B. (Hons.), LL.M., is a litigating lawyer appearing both at District Court as well as the High Court Division. She acts under the instructions of both Advocate A.N. Salamatullah and Advocate Md. Ashanur Rahman. Though she specialises in family and labour law yet she is capable of handling other civil matters too;
LL.B., is a litigating lawyer appearing at District Court and in the Courts of First Instance. His actions are accountable to the Chambers through Advocate A.N Salamatullah who reports daily to the Head of Chambers;
M.A., LL.B., is a litigating lawyer of High Court Division, acts under the instructions of Advocate Md. Ashanur Rahman in the High Court Division; specialises in litigation, drafting and conveyance.
graduate with honors from the University of Wolverhampton, UK in the year 2004 and enrolled as a Member of the Inner Temple, London, UK;
LL.B. (Hons.), LL.M. has practice in general law in the District Courts of Bangladesh and specialise in drafting, conveyance, researching.
LL.B. (Hons.) LL.M. (University of Dhaka), LL.B. (Hons.) [University of London], Advocate Supreme Court of Bangladesh [Non-Practicing], Editor, Chancery Law Chronicles, First Ever Online Database of Bangladesh Laws, Senior Research Officer, Chancery Research and Consultants-Trust. Human Rights Documentation System (Open Events System), HURIDOCS-the Coalition Against Trafficking in Women-Asia Pacific, 7-9 June, 2010, the Philippines. Volunteer in the week long “Workshop on Right to Information” by New Delhi based Commonwealth Human Rights Initiatives (CHRI) in 1999;
LL.B. (Hons.) LL.M. (University of Dhaka), is a lawyer practicing in the High Court Division of the Supreme Court. She is Admin of Chancery Research and Consultants-Trust and acts as a researcher and consultant at Chancery Law Chronicles (CLC) [www.clcbd.org] which is an initiative of the Research Division of Chancery Chambers, implemented in collaboration with Chancery Research and Consultants Trust (CRC-Trust), a socio-legal development research and consulting group. She worked as Technical Support Secretariat, United Nations Special Rapporteur on trafficking in Persons (TSS-UNSRT);
LL.B. (Hons), LL.M., Research Associate, Chancery Research and Consultants-Trust. He acts as a Researcher and Consultant at Chancery Law Chronicles (CLC) [www.clcbd.org], an initiative of the Research Division, the Chancery Research and Consultants Trust (CRC-Trust), a socio-legal development research and consulting group. He has attended and presented an article on “Ethical Foundation of a Constitution and the Bangladesh Constitution”, on a Seminar at Shangskriti Bikash Kendra, an Organization of Pothikrit Foundation, on October 18, 2011;
is a litigating lawyer at BSEHR.
LL.B. from City Law College, Dhaka University; Legal Retainer of BSEHR. She is a litigating lawyer, appearing in Judge Court;
LL.B. from National University; Assistant Legal Retainer of BSEHR; acts under the instructions of Advocate Salma Sultana in the Judge Court;
Senior Advocate, Chittagong District Court;
Senior Advocate, Chittagong Metropolitan Bar and Chittagong District Bar;
Advocate, Khulna District Bar Association;