Md. Mozammel Haque
LL.B. Rajshahi University, Rajshahi, Bangladesh.
Bangladesh Bar Council License (District: Kushtia) 1983
Bangladesh Bar Council License (High Court) 1989
Kushtia Bar Association
High Court Bar Association
Election commissioner Kushtia District Chamber of Commerce.
AREAS OF PRACTICE:
All kind of civil Cases
PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:
1989 – Islamic Bank Kushtia, Bangladesh selected as a Panel Lawyer.
2001- Bangladesh House Building Finance Corporation Kushtia selected as a Panel Lawyer.
2004- Uttora Bank Kushtia Limited selected as a Panel Lawyer.
2005- Pubali Bank Kushtia Limited selected as a Panel Lawyer.
2008- Jamuna Bank Kushtia Limited selected as a Panel Lawyer.
2008- EXIM Bank kushtia Limited selected as a Panel Lawyer.
2010- NCC Bank Kushtia Limited selected as a Panel Lawyer.
2010- Standard Bank Kushtia Limited selected as a Panel Lawyer.
2010- Dutch-Bangla Bank Kushtia Limited selected as a Panel Lawyer.
You can give here your legal treatises.
“Dying Declaration” Published on Lawinbd
Over 800 Civil cases in Kushtia Court.
Give more than 2,500 Legal opinion for various Banks.
Made more than 3,500 Legal Deeds for on investment under Bank and company law, Registration law etc.
system of rules
1 (also the law) [U] the whole system of rules that everyone in a country or society must obey:
If they entered the building they would be breaking the law. * In Sweden it is against the law to hit a child. * Defence attorneys can use any means within the law to get their client off. * British schools are now required by law to publish their exam results. * The reforms have recently become law. * Do not think you are above the law (= think that you cannot be punished by the law). * the need for better law enforcement * (humorous) Kate's word was law in the Brown household.
2 [U] a particular branch of the law:
company / tax law * He specializes in international law.
see also CANON LAW, CASE LAW, CIVIL LAW, COMMON LAW, PRIVATE LAW, STATUTE LAW
3 [C] ~ (on sth) | ~ (against sth) a rule that deals with a particular crime, agreement, etc:
the 1996 law against the hiring of illegal immigrants * The government has introduced some tough new laws on food hygiene. * strict gun / licensing laws * a federal / state law * to pass a law (= officially make it part of the law) * (spoken) There ought to be a law against it!
see also BY-LAW, LICENSING LAWS
subject / profession
4 [U] the study of the law as a subject at university, etc.; the profession of being a lawyer:
Jane is studying law. * (AmE) He's in law school. * (BrE) He's at law school. * What made you go into law? * a law firm
5 (the law) [sing.] used to refer to the police and the legal system:
Jim is always getting into trouble with the law. * She was well known for her brushes with the law.
of organization / activity
6 [C] one of the rules which controls an organization or activity:
the laws of the Church * The first law of kung fu is to defend. * the laws of cricket * the laws of war
of good behaviour
7 [C] a rule for good behaviour or how you should behave in a particular place or situation:
moral laws * the unspoken laws of the street
in business / nature / science
8 [C] the fact that sth always happens in the same way in an activity or in nature:
the laws of supply and demand * the law of gravity
9 [C] a scientific rule that sb has stated to explain a natural process:
the first law of thermodynamics
see also MURPHY'S LAW, PARKINSON'S LAW, SOD'S LAW, LEGAL, LEGALIZE, LEGISLATE
be a law unto yourself to behave in an independent way and ignore rules or what other people want you to do:
Boys of that age are a law unto themselves.
go to law (BrE) to ask a court of law to settle a problem or disagreement:
They went to law to get back their property.
law and order a situation in which people obey the law and behave in a peaceful way:
The government struggled to maintain law and order. * After the riots, the military was brought in to restore law and order. * They claim to be the party of law and order.
the law of averages the principle that one thing will happen as often as another if you try enough times:
Keep applying and by the law of averages you'll get a job sooner or later.
the law of the jungle a situation in which people are prepared to harm other people in order to succeed:
These criminal gangs only recognize the law of the jungle.
lay down the law to tell sb what they should or should not do, in a forceful way:
My dad started laying down the law about what time I should come home.
take the law into your own hands to do sth illegal in order to punish sb for doing sth wrong, instead of letting the police deal with them:
After a series of burglaries in the area, the police are worried that residents might take the law into their own hands.
there's no law against sth (spoken) used to tell sb who is criticizing you that you are not doing anything wrong:
I'll sing if I want to-there's no law against it.
more at LETTER n., RULE n., WRONG adj.
COMMUNICATION #1--if you communicate to your clients, then their happy. You communicate with the courts, i.e. judges, law clerks, etc. then the courts are happy===even if you mess up, people are much more willing to help you fix your mess up's when your communicating & polite about it.
Believe it or not, a low level clerk at the courts can make or break you in that court system. Judges ask their employees what attorneys are jerks and what attorney treat the employees well. Judges will deal with attorneys accordingly, even though most attorney's don't know that..we actually had a judge require an attorney to go to anger management courses before he was allowed back into her courtroom.
ORGANIZATIONAL SKILLS #2--you MUST be extremely organized. Court filings have due dates and if they are not filed on time--FORGET IT! Even in the most intese court cases with all the evidence in the world to prove your case, if you file 1 document 10 minutes later then a judge tells you..your whole case could be thrown out.
KNOW THE LAWS that your specializing in--at 13 you probably don't realize all the different specialties that lawyers get into. For example many lawyers don't even step foot in court rooms, however their jobs are based on being lawyers. Especially in real estate law, etc. Most attorneys pick 1 or 2 fields of expertise, i.e. Bankruptcy Law or Divorce Law or Medical Malpractice or Real Estate Law or Probate Law. It would be difficult to become extremely knowledgeable in all these different specialties.
Md. Shahnewaz Zwaki Advocate The Supreme Court of Bangladesh (High Court Division).