Mr. Nuruzzaman is a ‘Barrister at Law’ of Lincoln’s Inn of London, UK and an Advocate of Supreme Court of Bangladesh. He holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree (LLB) from the University of London, UK. Prior to attainments of his legal education, Mr. Nuruzzaman graduated in Civil Engineering from BUET in the year of 1995 and completed MBA from the University of Dhaka in 2006. He joined the Bangladesh Civil Service (Admin Cadre) as a Magistrate in early 1998. During his 10 years of service with the Government, Mr. Nuruzzaman had worked in different capacities such as Assistant Commissioner, Magistrate, Assistant Secretary, DGM of Teletalk and lastly Senior Assistant Secretary. With such diversified and high profile educational achievements and work experience, Mr. Nuruzzaman is a phenomenal addition in the legal world of Bangladesh. He is blessed with strong interpersonal skills and is keen in exhibiting dynamic leadership qualities & creative organizing skills. Mr. Nuruzzaman is phenomenally resourceful, committed, tenacious and intelligent. His sense of humour, experience and hard work amount to a masterful combination. He is the sole Barrister in Bangladesh who is in turn an Engineer and a former bureaucrat. At present he holds the position of Independent Director of International Leasing and Financial Services Limited, a leading non-banking financial institution regulated by Bangladesh Bank.
Mr. Nuruzzaman is a partner and head of Capital Law Chamber whose principal areas of practice are laws relating to construction, telecommunication, banking, civil and commercial litigation, and dispute resolution.
Mr. Nuruzzaman’s wide range of practice area includes Company & Corporate Law, Banking Law, Artha Rin Adalat matters, CIB issues, International Trade, International Finance, Securities, Insurance Law, Capital Market & Stock Exchange Regulation, Contract Law, Insolvency, Mergers and Acquisitions, Insurance, Bankruptcy, Mortgages, Investments, Auction Sales matters, Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate Finance, loan matters, Arbitration, etc.