Education and Qualifications:
Mohua Morshed earned her Bachelor of Laws (LLB-Hon’s) degree from a reputable law school and was subsequently called to the Bar of England and Wales from the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn. She is an accredited civil/commercial mediator.
She joined Mahbub & Company as an associate in 2019 and has been working under the supervision of her seniors, Mr A. M. Mahbub Uddin and Mr Saqeb Mahbub. She has been making sincere contributions to the chambers by seamlessly undertaking legal work in the practice areas of cross-border commercial law, M&A, arbitration, immigration law and particularly employment law. She has gained experience in handling a wide range of labour law matters encompassing wrongful termination, discrimination claims, employment contracts, workplace policies, etc. She has successfully represented clients before Bangladeshi labour tribunals.
With a passion for justice and a deep commitment to helping those in need, she dedicates her career to championing the rights of both animals and individuals impacted by medical malpractice. She has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to securing fair compensation and holding negligent medical professionals accountable. Driven by a strong sense of social responsibility, she devotes some time to providing pro bono legal assistance to animal rights organizations and individual clients fighting for animal welfare. Her tireless efforts have contributed to a significant victory within the legal landscape concerning animal welfare in 2020.
Member: The Hon’ble Society of Lincoln’s Inn
Member: Bangladesh Barrister Association (BAB)
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