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Barrister Ahmed Al-Raji

Lecturer, Department of Law


Barrister Ahmed Al-Raji is a Lecturer of Law faculty at Notre Dame University Bangladesh. He completed his Master of Law from BPP University, UK with Distinction. He achieved 76% marks at his dissertation titled “Comparative Jurisprudential Aspects of Takaful and Retakaful with references to Malaysia” under the supervision of Dr. Lu’ayy Minwer Al-Rimawi in 2015 (Dr. Lu’ayy was a visiting fellow at Harvard Law School, USA). Thereafter, he was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2019.

He completed SSC from Ideal School and College and HSC from Dhaka College, Dhaka prior to studying law. He was awarded a government scholarship on the basis of his SSC results.

Barrister Al-Raji teaches courses related to the procedural laws of Bangladesh. Barrister Al-Raji has worked with several law firms in the UK and Bangladesh. His previous work experience in the area of law has ensured that he is comfortable and proficient in communicating with people and professionals at all levels; from first-year undergraduate students seeking advice to legal professionals seeking assistance.

His research interest focused on “Islamic Finance and Business Law”.

Academic Qualifications:

Bachelor of Laws(Hons), University of London                                    (2013)
Master of Laws, BPP University, UK (Distinction)                              (2015)
PGD Institute of Islamic Banking and Insurance, UK                        (2015)
Common Professional Exam (University of Northumbria, UK)       (2016)
PGDL City, University of London                                                           (2019)
Bar Professional Training Course, City University of London         (2019)

Professional Qualifications:

Barrister-at-Law (Lincoln’s Inn)                                                               (2019)
Associate Fellow, Institute of Islamic Banking and Insurance, UK   (2015)