law_priyankabosekanta

Name: Ms. Priyanka Bose Kanta
Designation:Lecturer 
Degree: LLM (DU), LLB (Hons, DU)
Phone:
Email:priyankabosekanta@gmail.com

EDUCATION
September2013-September2014 Master of Laws (LL.M.), University of Dhaka

·         Study emphases: Laws on Refugee, Migrant and Stateless People, Comparative Legal System, Comparative Family Law, Intellectual Property Law, Administrative Law

·         Research Monograph: The Status and Human Rights Protection of Stateless Rohingyas: an Analytical Study under International Law

·         Final Result: 3.71/4.00

 

March 2009-May 2013 Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), University of Dhaka

·         Study emphases: Public International Law, Constitutional Law, Code of Civil Procedure, Code of Criminal Procedure, Laws on Evidence, Labour Law, Drafting and Conveyancing.

·         Final Result: First Class (2ndposition)

 

July 2005-June2007 Higher Secondary School Certificate, Barisal Government Girls’ College

·         Advanced Courses in English and Science

·         Final Result: 4.90/5.00

 

February 2003 – May 2005 Secondary School Certificate, Agailjhara SreematiMatreeMangal Secondary Girls’ School

·         Final Result: 5.00/5.00

PROFESSIONAL AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
2, October 2016-Till Date

 

12, May 2016- 1 October,2016

 

 

2015-11 May, 2016

Lecturer, Department of Law, University of Dhaka

·         Teaching Laws of Transfer of Property

 

Lecturer, Department of Law, Bangladesh University of Professionals

·         Teaching Family Law and advising students

 

 

Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Eastern University

·         Teaching Labour Law, Family Law and Legal System of Bangladesh

·         Guiding and supervising students’ project work, internship and thesis

·         Coordinating workshops and symposiums

 

2015-Till date

 

 

 

 

 

 

June 2015-

Till date

 

Researcher, Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Council

·         Preparing annual report

·         Training ‘Human Rights Defenders’

·         Support in the creation of academic publication (writing, and editing)

·         Maintenance of organization’s official website

 

Research Assistant to the Consultant, Bangladesh Institute of Labour Studiers

·         Preparing a report for Right to Compensation for the workers in Bangladesh in case of injury or death in the course of employment

 

December 2013- December, 2014 Research Intern, Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Council

·         Organizing training programs

·         Conference and symposium preparation

·         Preparing draft annual reports

·         Interacting with stakeholders

 

October, 2013-Occtober, 2014 Research Intern, Prosecutor’s Office, International Crimes Tribunals of Bangladesh

·         Preparing charge sheet

·         Researching for the preparation of argument

 

July 2014-September 2014 Student Researcher, Harvard Program in Criminal Justice (part of a bigger project of Harvard Kennedy School Program in Criminal Justice)

·         Collecting and organizing data from different case files of Prevention of Women and Child Repression Court

·         Preparing draft report for the office of Chief Justice of Bangladesh

 

February 2013-July 2014 Researcher, Community Law Reform, Empowerment through Law of the Common People

·         Developmental lawyering for tea workersof Bangladesh

·         Collecting data through several field visits

·         Writing research article

 

PUBLICATIONS

June 2016 ‘Justice for the Victims of Environment Pollution and Climate Change: A critical Review from the Point of Bangladesh’,Ecocriticism, Environmental Justice and Interdisciplinary Studies: Bangladesh and Beyond, June, 2016, Dhaka. [Accepted for publication]

 

June 2016 ‘Rule of Law vs. Rule by Law: A Case of Constitutional Illusion for the Religious Minorities of Bangladesh’, co-authored with Tapas KantiBaul, Indian Journal of Law and Justice,, Department of Law, University of North Bengal, June, 2016, Siliguri, West Bengal [Accepted for publication].

 

January 2016

 

 

 

 

April 2015

‘Hindu Women: Fighting a Different War’, co-authored with Tapas KantiBaul, Bangladesh Journal of Dalit and Minority, January  2016, Vol. 1, Issue 2, SHAREE, Dhaka, pp. 7-22.

 

‘A Quest for Justice for Climate Vulnerable: Appending Legal Issues in Conceptual Thinking’, Co-authored with Ziadul Islam Chowdhury and AnirbanChoudhury Arup, Proceedings of the International Conference on Climate Change in relation to Water and Environment, 2015, DUET, Gazipur, pp.273-278.

 

November, 2014 ‘Culture of Tea Workers: A Story of Continuous Assimilation’, co- authored with Renesan Khan, Story of the Tea Workers: Subsistence against Hegemony, 2014, ELCOP, Dhaka, pp.89-103.

 

November 2014 ‘Marginalization of the Marginals: A Systematic Refusal of Labour Rights’, co-authored with three others, Story of the Tea Workers: Subsistence against Hegemony, 2014, ELCOP, Dhaka, pp.105-156.

 

November 2014 ‘The Tea Garden of Plains: A Shift in Paradigm (Anti-Conventional Model)’, co-authored with two others, Story of the Tea Workers: Subsistence against Hegemony, 2014, ELCOP, Dhaka, pp.187-198.

 

November 2014 ‘Conclusion: By Way of Recommendation’, co-authored with AlidaBinteSaqi, Story of the Tea Workers: Subsistence against Hegemony, 2014, ELCOP, Dhaka, pp. 199-206.

 

PROFESSIONAL AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
2, October 2016-Till Date

 

12, May 2016- 1 October,2016

 

 

2015-11 May, 2016

Lecturer, Department of Law, University of Dhaka

·         Teaching Laws of Transfer of Property

 

Lecturer, Department of Law, Bangladesh University of Professionals

·         Teaching Family Law and advising students

 

 

Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Eastern University

·         Teaching Labour Law, Family Law and Legal System of Bangladesh

·         Guiding and supervising students’ project work, internship and thesis

·         Coordinating workshops and symposiums

 

2015-Till date

 

 

 

 

 

 

June 2015-

Till date

 

Researcher, Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Council

·         Preparing annual report

·         Training ‘Human Rights Defenders’

·         Support in the creation of academic publication (writing, and editing)

·         Maintenance of organization’s official website

 

Research Assistant to the Consultant, Bangladesh Institute of Labour Studiers

·         Preparing a report for Right to Compensation for the workers in Bangladesh in case of injury or death in the course of employment

 

December 2013- December, 2014 Research Intern, Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Council

·         Organizing training programs

·         Conference and symposium preparation

·         Preparing draft annual reports

·         Interacting with stakeholders

 

October, 2013-Occtober, 2014 Research Intern, Prosecutor’s Office, International Crimes Tribunals of Bangladesh

·         Preparing charge sheet

·         Researching for the preparation of argument

 

July 2014-September 2014 Student Researcher, Harvard Program in Criminal Justice (part of a bigger project of Harvard Kennedy School Program in Criminal Justice)

·         Collecting and organizing data from different case files of Prevention of Women and Child Repression Court

·         Preparing draft report for the office of Chief Justice of Bangladesh

 

February 2013-July 2014 Researcher, Community Law Reform, Empowerment through Law of the Common People

·         Developmental lawyering for tea workersof Bangladesh

·         Collecting data through several field visits

·         Writing research article

 

TRAINING/ WORKSHOPS
2-4 January, 2015 Training for Human Rights Defenders, organized by Bangladesh Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Council, Bangladesh.

 

26 June, 2014 National Integrity Strategy, Service Delivery and Good Governance, organized by National Academy for Planning and Development.

 

11-24 December, 2012 13th Human Rights Summer School on Human Rights and Disadvantaged People  (two week long intensive residential Human Rights Training Programme designed for law students in South Asian Region), organized by Empowerment through Law of the Common People, Bangladesh.

 

15-16, October, 2011 Workshop on Refugee Law, organized by Empowerment through Law of the Common People in collaboration with National Human Rights Commission, Bangladesh
LANGUAGES
·         Bengali (native language)

·         English (Fluent)

REFERENCES
·         Dr. MizanurRahman

Professor of Law,Faculty of Law,

University of Dhaka &

Ex-Chairman, National Human Rights Commission of Bangladesh

Email:  banglamukti71@gmail.com, Phone: +88 01729097093

·         Dr. RahmatUllah

Professor of Law,Faculty of Law,

University of Dhaka &

Executive Director, Empowerment through Law of the Common People

Email: weallconcern@gmail.com, Phone:+8801613000659