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Former Acting Chief Justice of Bangladesh Inaugurates Barrister Nazir Ahmed’s Law Chamber in London

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The grand opening ceremony, held on February 16, 2024, was attended by over three hundred guests from various professions, including more than a hundred lawyers. Barrister Nazir Ahmed and his daughter, Barrister Farhana Ahmed, welcomed the guests, who were treated to a variety of refreshments and traditional Asian dishes.

The inauguration saw the presence of notable figures such as Mahi Ferdous Jalil, Founder of Channel S; Najrul Khasru, British Tribunal and Court of Protection Judge; and KM Abu Taher Chowdhury, prominent Journalist and Community Leader, among others. The event commenced with a ribbon-cutting ceremony led by Justice Mohammad Imman Ali and other distinguished guests.

Prior to the grand opening, a short inaugural session was conducted, with Barrister Nazir Ahmed presiding over the event. Special guests, including prominent figures from the legal and media sectors, delivered speeches praising Barrister Nazir Ahmed for his multi-talented persona and trusted reputation within the Bengali community.

Throughout his career, Barrister Nazir Ahmed has upheld principles of integrity and accountability, striving to provide clients with honest and professional legal counsel. In his closing remarks, he expressed gratitude to all attendees and reaffirmed his commitment to serving the community with dedication and skill.

The grand opening of Barrister Nazir Ahmed’s Law Chamber marks a significant milestone in the legal landscape, reflecting the ongoing growth and diversification of legal expertise within the British-Bangladeshi community.

Former Acting Chief Justice of Bangladesh, Imman Ali, emphasized the significance of access to justice during his speech at the grand opening of Barrister Nazir Ahmed’s Law Chamber in London. He stated that the quality of lawyers directly impacts the quality of the rule of law and the judicial process within a society. Ali highlighted the essential role lawyers play in ensuring justice and rights for individuals facing injustice.

Ali noted the evolution of legal representation within the Bangladeshi community in Britain, recalling a time when Bangladeshi solicitors were scarce in the country back in 1966. He commended the current abundance of lawyers practicing in Britain, reflecting positively on the growth and diversity of legal expertise within the community.

Speaking highly of Barrister Nazir Ahmed, Ali emphasized his extensive legal knowledge spanning 25 years and expressed confidence in the efficiency of the newly inaugurated law chambers to provide legal services at a larger scale.

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