Law degrees have always been among the most sought-after and widely respected courses to study at university Law degrees are notoriously challenging and for many students, the attraction lies in the unique combination of human interest and intellectual stimulation provided.

The Department of Law (LLB) with Honours is offering a 4-year undergraduate degree program in this year 2014. The 4-year degree program is spread over twelve semesters with three semesters per academic year. The undergraduate law programmes of the Department of Law of Notre Dame University Bangladesh is not only the traditional entry route to the legal profession, but also an excellent stepping stone in to the graduate-level employment sector in general. Studying law can be a thought-provoking and challenging subject, giving the students legal knowledge as well as useful skills such as reasoning, research and problem solving. We are dedicated to advancing the understanding of law and legal issues in their domestic, comparative and international contexts and encouraging ethical and professional approaches to the study and practice of law. We are committed to local and global social responsibility, justice under the rule of law, and preparing our students to succeed, lead and inspire in a rapidly changing global legal environment. Moreover, as law is closely related to other social forces and issues, the students of law department will also take up subjects from other disciplines.

During 4-year undergraduate degree program, the student will develop:

a)    Knowledge and understanding of Law
b)    An appreciation of the social and policy issues underlying the law
c)    Skills in legal and academic reasoning (including logical analysis and problem solving)
d)    Skills in legal and academic research
e)    Transferable skills, particularly in oral and written communication, independent learning and information handling.

The Department of Laws offers following program:

Faculty Members

  • Md. Abdul Goffur
    Associate Professor, Chairman, Department of Law

    Md. Abdul Goffur, (Retd) Senior District Judge son of Late Moulavi Mangal Sarder and Late Most. Jobeda Khatun was born in his home district, Madaripur in the year of 1954 and had his early education in Madaripur.

  • Tasnuva Sharmin
    Assistant Professor

    Tasnuva Sharmin was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh and had her early education in Dhaka.

  • Jamilur Rahman Khan
    Senior Lecturer

    Jamilur Rahman Khan was born in Kishorganj, Bangladesh and had his early education in the capital, Dhaka.

  • Fr. Lawrence Noresh Das, CSC
    Senior Lecturer

  • Shanjida Israt Jahan Efat

    Shanjida Israt Jahan Efat was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh. She had her early education in several schools of Jessore because of her mother’s Govt. job.

  • Md. Mustakimur Rahman

    Md Mustakimur Rahman is working as a Lecturer in Department of Law of Notre Dame University Bangladesh since May, 2016.

  • Annie Christina Rozario

    Annie Christina Rozario was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh and had her early education in the Capital City of Dhaka.

  • Tahsin Khan

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