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Saturday, 27 September 2014

Rezaur Rahman

Rezaur Rahman

Bangladeshi born lawyer and celebrity through hosting a TV show aired on BTV (Bangladesh Television) in the 80s called Ain Adalat (Bangla: আইন আদালত).


He became a celebrity human rights activist in Bangladesh for his unprecedented popular television program ‘Ain Adalat’ ( Law & Court 1983-1987). He took enormous risk to defend people’s right. As a young lawyer, he earned the nation’s trust for his fight against injustices and for his role in creating awareness about human rights.

The Canadian television and newspapers have focused on his work. His work was also covered by the National Film Board of Canada in its documentary film “The Asylum”. His name was mentioned in the Who’s Who of the World in the 1994-1995 edition of the Marquis Publishers, U.S.A.

He is very active in providing free legal advice to the clients of the Catholic Immigration Centre and the Lebanese Arab Social Services in Ottawa, Canada.. He also writes in community newspaper, magazine and blog and presents talks to different organizations and groups to create awareness about Canadian Citizenship and Immigration law.

Rezaur Rahman studied in McGill University of Canada and Dhaka University of Bangladesh. He has a Bachelor (Honors) and Masters degree in law.

He lives in Ottawa, with his wife and two children.

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