Nusrat Zahan

Educational Qualifications:
  • LLB (Hons.)- University of London, UK

Prior to becoming an Associate of Stellar Chambers, Ms. Jahan has worked in three other reputed law firms of Bangladesh. Over the span of 3 years of her career, she has accumulated and garnered experience in various legal sector including but not limited to Writ Jurisdiction, Public Interest Litigation, Telecommunication matter, Company matter, Commercial and Contract law, Arbitration matter, Intellectual Property Law, Labour law, Criminal law, NI Act matter etc. Additionally, she had been associated with drafting a regulation to monitor/regulate the OTT (Over-the-Top) platforms in Bangladesh. Moreover, she is a published contributing writer of various national dailies.

  • Is sense of humor gendered? 17 July 2021 - Read Here
  • The latent misogyny in depicting aunties as comical villains, 27 January 2021 - Read Here
  • The doctrine of ‘unladylike’, 28 December 2020 - Read Here
  • Understanding discrimination and sufferings through intersectionality, 19 November 2020 - Read Here
  • Sustainable fashion: A paradigm shift or a pipedream? 18th October, 2020 - Read Here
  • The dark truth about the beauty industry, 17th October, 2020 - Read Here
  • OP-ED: Can the fashion industry ever be sustainable? Dhaka Tribune, 7th October, 2020 - Read Here
  • OP-ED: A pandemic within a pandemic, Dhaka Tribune, September 21st, 2020. - Read Here
  • OP-ED: Time to take medical negligence seriously, Dhaka Tribune, 24th August. - Read Here