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Areas of expertise
Civil and Commercial disputes including:
Bengali, English, Hindi, Urdu
Mediation Qualification: Accredited Civil and Commercial Mediator
Accreditation Company/Institution: ADR Group
Qualified as a mediator: 24 June 2016
I am a Civil and Commercial Mediator accredited by ADR Group.
I have completed my LLB (Hons) from University of London International Programmes and undertaken Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) at BPP University, London. I have been certified by MHFA, UK as a Mental Health First Aider and have the experience of working as a First Aider in a number of organisations in the UK.
Prior to entering BPP Law School for BPTC, I worked for two years at ‘A. Hussain & Associates’, a renowned law firm in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The work entailed creativity, analytical thinking, problem solving, creating proposals and meetings with clients. These experiences have equipped me with a foundation of skills and attributes which enables me to contribute significantly to my mediation career.
I always seek to resolve all the cases that come to me in a sensitive manner and try to reach a settlement which is mutually acceptable between the parties concerned. My notion is that a good mediator must be trustworthy, non-judgmental and should be deeply invested with all his respective clients. I believe the confidentiality of each of the parties involved in a mediation is crucial therefore I am always conscious of how to speak to each party in a mediation so as to preserve confidentiality. My ability to listen non-judgmentally, summarise perspectives and articulate the issues raised, enables all my parties to feel confident and aurally perceived. My legal background allows me to ask the right questions with confidence and insight to assist my clients to reality test their offers until they are comfortable with their final settlement.
Although there are various styles of mediation available for mediating cases including transformative, evaluative and facilitative, I consider these are all techniques that a mediator should adopt where appropriate, depending on the case.