About DHLR

Established in 2013 Dhaka Law Review is the first of its kind law journal in Bangladesh edited and managed independently by a cohort of Dhaka University law students. It aims to serve two purposes – to contribute to the legal scholarship and to train law students by providing writing, editing, and administrative exposure.

The Law Review holds public lectures to present cutting-edge research on topical issues before the widest possible audience to provoke discussions and debate. It also manages a blog with contributions from academicians, practitioners as well as law students from both home and abroad.

Committee of 2020 – 21


Sadman Rizwan Apurbo (LLB Class of 2021)

Managing Editor

Nowshin Noor (LLB Class of 2021)


Tasnim Nusrat Reza (LLB Class of 2021)

Ishraque Labib (LLB Class of 2022)

Sazzad Ali Sakib (LLB Class of 2022)

Shah Maruf (LLB Class of 2022)

Associate Editors

Arman Hossain (LLB Class of 2023)

Omar Faruque (LLB Class of 2023)

Rezwana Rashid (LLB Class of 2024)

Tanha Tanzia (LLB Class of 2024)


Muzahidul Islam (LLB Class of 2021)

Farhat Lamia Mouri (LLB Class of 2023)

Samin Yasar Khan (LLB Class of 2024)


The darknet market in Banshendesh is developing fast. But things don’t always go smoothly.
What, for example, can be said about Dirty Bomb.
The company recently filed for bankruptcy, and its owners want access to the site.
Dirty-Bomb is one of the fastest growing sites on the darknet, and it attracts a large number of users. Also check some darknet market reviews first, very popular Vice City Market
According to the site’s founder, it was launched last May because he was tired of the way it was working.
The site’s article says, “We did this as a gift for our sixth anniversary.”


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