Mrs. Shahinoor Alam

Deputy Head, Dispute Resolution Dept

Mrs. Shahinoor Alam since joining the firm in 2022 has been involved in a number of cases pending in high court, labour court and customs tribunals.  She has excellent analytical ability and interpersonal skills and vast experience in very different areas of laws. As a regular practitioner of High Court she tremendously contributed to the capability of the Chambers in resolving disputes. No wonder why she has been elevated to the position of deputy head of dispute resolution in such a short span of time spent in the Chambers. Our Supreme court team has become much more organized and disciplined since her joining.

Mrs. Shahinoor Alam completed her LLB from the University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh, in the year 2002. She is a  member of the Supreme Court Bar for more than 10 years and the Dhaka Bar Association for more than 18 years. She joined the Chambers as a Senior Member in 2022. Mrs. Farid is the Deputy Head of the Dispute Resolution department and also a senior member of the Commercial department. Mrs. Alam is a Senior Associate and a Senior member of our Supreme Court Team.

Dispute Resolution 

  • Conducted hearing effectively of a number of writ arising out of customs disputes for a number of companies.
  • Conducted hearing of a number of tribunals cases arising out of customs disputes for a number of companies.
  • Conducted hearing of a number of labour cases in labour court for a number of companies and senior employees.
  • Conducted hearing of complex land related revision/appeal arising from district and tribunals for individual clients.
  • Effectively advised and assisted a disciplinary process for an MNC.


  • Conducted hearing of complex LC payment related writ involving back to back LC.

Organisation Plan

The Deputy Head of a department is next to the Divisional Head and the Head of Chambers. In a large department there may be more than one deputy head.  Deputy head is a person who has proven track record of working in the respective field and/or has specialized knowledge or exposure in that particular field of law, which make him/her eligible for taking a leading position. 


  • 2002– LL.B from University of Rajshahi.
  • 2003– LLM from University of Rajshahi..
  • 2005– MBA from Eastern University

Legal Qualification

  • 2010–  Enrolled with the High Court Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh.
  • 2004–  Enrolled with the District Court & Tribunals.


  • Member, Supreme Court Bar Association
  • Member, Dhaka Bar Association

Employment History

  • Rahman’s Chambers (2022 – onwards)
  • G.M Azizur Rahman & Ismat Ara (2013-2022)
  • Rahman’s Chambers (2011-2012)
  • Monsurul Haque Chowdhury (2010-2011)
  • Center for Development Services (2007-2009)
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