Barrister Amir-ul Islam at Law Lecture Series of UAP


The 6th UAP distinguished law lecture series 2017 was held on January 25, 2017 at the City Campus of University of Asia Pacific (UAP).

Barrister M. Amir-ul Islam, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh was the guest speaker-he discussed about the necessity of old evidence and victims' are needed to ensure the justice in trails of international war crimes. He said also, these old evidences are not also helpful to finalise the justice but also find out the historical records behind the crimes.

He emphasized that the significance of international crimes tribunal (ICT) –Bangladesh to try the perpetrators of 1971 genocide and war crimes. By highlighting the historical importance of 1971 liberation war of Bangladesh, he said that on must not forget the past as it has curious habit of recurrence unless dealt with in an appropriate manner.

Professor Dr. Jamilur Reza Choudhury, Vice Chancellor, UAP chaired the session while Mr. Qayum Reza Chowdhury, Chairman, Board of Trustees preset as special guests.

Mr. Sarwar R Chowdhury, Registrar, UAP, Nazia Wahab, Head of the department, Assistant Professor Abdur Rahim, Dr. Choudhury Ishrak Ahmed and other faculty members and students were present at the lecture series.