Welcome to the Department of Law & Justice. Our understanding with regard to Law School is not just about registering subjects, going to classes, doing assignments and sitting for examinations, but it includes many more things. There is so much to learn from mooting, client interviewing competitions, student law society involvement, etc. Thus students may gain much educational advantages by participating in the co-curricular and extra-curricular programs at BUBT. In contrast to many law schools that have significantly reduced their small group tutorials, Department of Law & Justice of BUBT continues small group instruction system for its educational experience. Law students at BUBT have been getting wide-open avenues to be acquainted with all necessary theoretical materials and practical experiences so that they may take up lucrative jobs such as judges, teachers, lawyers, legal experts, administrators, managers, academics and can prove their competence in leadership role in any area of legal expertise at national, regional, and global levels.
We convey our heartfelt thanks for visiting the Department of Law & Justice, BUBT. Like many other public and private universities of the country Department of Law & Justice is the only Department of the Faculty of Law at BUBT. To meet the requirements of society for becoming good lawyers, judges, academics and professionals in multi-dimensions of law, BUBT is currently offering LL. B. (Hons) and LL. M. (1Year) programs under the Faculty of Law. Both the programs have been launched here keeping the global and national predicaments of the present world in the focal point of all necessary academic and extra curriculum activities. The courses are designed in a comprehensive pattern so that students get full opportunities to enter into any relevant career with confidence. I believe your journey in the Legal Studies at BUBT will be an exciting, enriching, and enlightening one....
History of the Department
Department of Law &Justice at BUBT started its journey as one of its earliest departments in 2009. Initially, there were four Law Programs viz. LL. B. (Hons), LL. M. (1 Year), LL. B. (2 Year) & LL. M. (2 Year) Programs under the Faculty of Law. However, currently we are offering only LL. B. (Hons) and LL. M. (1Year) programs. The Department of Law and Justice has approximately 750 students and 1000 living alumni who have forged distinguished careers in government, public-service organizations, corporations, and law firms throughout the country. The well-known graduates include Mr. Md. Akramul Islam, Lecturer, Northern University, Bangladesh, Ms. Tahnim Amin, Lecturer, ASA University Bangladesh, Ms. Shabnam Jahan, Lecturer, Bangladesh University of Business and Technology (BUBT), Mr. Md. Ashif-Ul-Haque, Lecturer, Bangladesh University of Business and Technology (BUBT) and Mehedi...
Mission & Vision of the Department
Bangladesh University of Business and Technology (BUBT) has been established with "Committed to Academic Excellence" as its slogan. Getting inspired from this we wish to see the department in the highest peak of success. Our vision is to become familiar as a law school dedicated to advancing human dignity, social welfare and justice through knowledge of law. In order to materialize this we shall devote our efforts to the production of focused research outputs of high quality relevant in both the local and international contexts and create an environment through good and responsible management that will ensure outputs of high quality in all our activities and set ourselves suitable goals that may satisfy the country's social and economic needs, especially in the field of law....
Research Group & Area
At BUBT, there is a provision for compulsory legal research for each and every law student at undergraduate level. More specifically, there are two courses on legal research viz. (i) Law-646 (Legal Research Methodology) and (ii) Law-647 (Dissertation).
In Legal Research Methodology, students are taught different arts of research viz. abstract writing, keywords, methodology, designing, referencing, sampling, etc. whereas in case of dissertation, each student will have to produce a dissertation paper comprising 6,000 – 10000 words in contemporary Legal Issues of Home and Abroad. The student, on consultation with the supervisor would choose the research topic. It is noted that research group and area are determined by the department in an alphabetical order is generally followed in this regard....