Diponkar Kumar Ghosh
Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh
Founder, Legal Relief
Diponkar Kumar Ghosh started his legal career towards the end of 2003 when he became an LL.B (Hon’s) student. He obtained his LL.B (Hon’s) and LLM degrees from Rajshahi University, Rajshahi, Bangladesh in 2003 and 2004 respectively. He was completed his Bar-at-Law from the Lincoln’s Inn in the year of 2011, he completed his Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) from the City University London, he also completed his LL. B (Hon’s) from the Northumbria University, United Kingdom He was enrolled as an Advocate in 2006 and as an Advocate of High Court Division of Bangladesh in 2015.
Diponkar Kumar Ghosh joined as a junior to Mr. Robiul Alam Budu, Advocate of the Supreme of Bangladesh in 2006 and continued there until 2015; at that point he established his own firm “Legal Relief” and started working independently. His legal career now pervades more than fourteen years. Such a long period has equipped him with the essential quality and skills which a lawyer can ever cherish. He has been involved in variety of legal areas including Writ, Company, Commercial, Labour Law Disputes, Securities and Stock Exchange, Admiralty, Civil, Criminal, Income Tax, Money Laundering, Artha Rin, Insolvency, Anti-Corruption Laws, Customs, VAT, International Trade, Foreign Investment, Arbitration etc. Specially, his expertise in company, banking and anti-corruption laws excels many in the corporate and legal area in Bangladesh.
Alongside this, Diponkar Kumar Ghosh has significantly contributed to the legal education in Bangladesh. He was a lecturer at Prime University, Dhaka, Bangladesh; he was teaching wide range of areas including Jurisprudence, Company and Commercial Law, Criminal Law, Land Laws, Law of Evidence, Constitutional Law and others. His passion for legal education and teaching law has helped him to be one of the finest lawyers of his generation.
Diponkar Kumar Ghosh has acted as Member of Arbitration Tribunal. His firm “Legal Relief” has been playing as pivotal role in settling dispute through alternative dispute resolution in Bangladesh and beyond.