Justice Muhammad Imman Ali

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Father’s Name :Israil Ali
Mother’s Name :Alifjan Bibi
Date of Birth :01/01/1956

Obtained B.A. (Hons) Law, LL.M. and Barrister-at-Law.

Enrolled as an Advocate of the District Court, the High Court Division and the Appellate Division of Bangladesh Supreme Court on 21.06.1979, 11.05.1982 and 21.08.1995 respectively.

Elevated as Additional Judge of the High Court Division on 22.02.2001 and appointed Judge of the same Division on 22.02.2003.

Elevated to the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh on 23.02.2011.

Published book ‘’Towards a Justice Delivery System for Children in Bangladesh.”

Authored chapter on Children Act 2013 in book titled “Justice for Children in Bangladesh” by Najrana Imaan.

Received “Juvenile Justice Without Borders International Award” from IJJO, Brussels in December 2014.

Participated in the International Workshops, Conferences and Training Programmes held in South Korea, Austria, Indonesia and Czech Republic in 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, India in 2003, Malaysia and New Zealand in 2008, United Kingdom and Malawi in 2009, Turks and Caicos Islands in 2009, Australia in 2010, New Delhi in 2011, Bangkok, USA, Scotland, Bulgaria and Kyrgyzstan in 2012, Conference on Global Constitutionalism at Yale University in September 2013, IJJO International Conference in Brussels-December 2014. Conference on Detention of Children, Geneva, January 2015; attended policy meeting as member of the IJJO network of professionals and experts in May 2015; Conference on Child Abuse in Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia in October 2015.

Took part in training of judges, lawyers and prosecutors of Armenia on Juvenile Justice in December 2012.

Delivered lecture at Cornell University on Child Marriage in Bangladesh in 2013.

Visited France, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Luxemburg, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Kenya, Singapore, Thailand, USA, Canada, UK, Qatar, Austria, Malawi, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, New Zealand, Italy and India.

Resource person for training of Judicial Officers (JATI), Lawyers, Police Personnel and Social Welfare Officers (LETI).

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