Barrister Sabrina Zarin, is among the top female lawyer in Bangladesh and also an advocate at the Supreme Court of Bangladesh who has over ten years of experience in the legal arena.
Being a top female lawyer in Bangladesh, from the beginning of her tenure with FM Associates, she has also advised numerous prominent national and international clients on corporate matters, including:
Advised several Management Services, Private & Public Limited companies, and several subsidiary company on the laws of Bangladesh; Advised pharmaceutical companies in relation to their share transfer and management sale in Bangladesh; Advised several leading telecommunication company based in Singapore on its licensing agreement in Bangladesh and other telecom matters; Advised several association of top private airlines companies in financial dispute with Government of Bangladesh: Advised several power generation companies on setting up power plants in Bangladesh; Advised numerous foreign companies in setting up joint venture companies for various projects in Bangladesh.
She is also working with World Bank group, Investment Finance Corporation(IFC), HSBC, BNP Paribas, Premier Bank and several other banking and non banking financial institutions.
She is also a writer including writing articles regularly on various legal matters and is also a co-author of a book namely Contemporary Theory of Business and Commercial Law.
Barrister Sabrina Zarin is also a prominent female lawyer who worked in subjects like woman empowerment, domestic violence, sexual harassment in work places, sexual violence and also acted as authors and public speaker in many different platforms and has received several recognitions as the Top Female Lawyer in Bangladesh.
Barrister at The Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn.
Advocate at the Supreme Court of Bangladesh and is Admitted to Practice at the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh.
Name: Sabrina Zarin
Husband’s name: Barrister Al Amin Rahman, Advocate, Supreme Court of Bangladesh
Father’s Name : Late ABM Nowsher Alam (Ex-Managing Director of Bangladesh Chemical Industries Corporation)
Mother’s Name: Assistant Professor Khaleda Khatun
Place of Birth: Dhaka, Bangladesh
Nationality:Bangladeshi (By Birth)
Key Qualifications :
Hon’ble Society of Lincoln’s Inn, UK Bar-at-Law Year, University of Northumbria, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK Postgraduate.
Diploma in Law Year, University of Westminster,
UK LL.B. (Hons.)
At present Partner at FM Associates:
Worked as an associate with learned Senior Advocate Abdur Matin Khasru
Worked as an associate at the chambers of Mr. Ajmalul Hossain, QC, Senior Lawyer, Supreme Court of Bangladesh.
Previously did mini pupilage at “The Law Associates” and was directly trained by the head of the chambers, Barrister M. Amirul Islam.
Life member of the Honorable society of Lincolns Inn, UK;
Life member of the Law Society, UK.
Elected as the student representatives in first and second years during my university tenure.
Treasurer of the Law Society of University of Greenwich, UK in the first year.
Student Ambassador in both 2nd and 3rd years in the LL.B course in University of Westminster.
Former Treasurer of the School Science Club of Green Herald School.
Former Justice and Peace Commission Monitoring Head of Green Herald School.
Numerous public speeches.
Co-Author of a book: Contemporary Theory of Business And Commercial Law
Legal system and Court Structure in Bangladesh
Labour law of Bangladesh in regards to benefits/pregnant woman & children.
Ain Kanun on Sexual Harassment
A constant and continuous voice has been raised to battle the violence and sexual harassment that takes place against women every day around the globe, whether it be in a workplace, or in public places. Women often do not report such incidents, and sometimes refrain from complaining, thinking of the social stigmas they are likely to encounter. - Barrister Sabrina Zarin
Having dual citizenship has become a matter of concern for many citizens of Bangladesh due to the high interest in migrating to different countries of the world from Bangladesh. People from Bangladesh are moving towards the western countries to avail a higher standard of living and better opportunities for earning their livelihood. - Barrister Sabrina Zarin
Without access to safe food the whole purpose of living gets nullified. In this everlasting and fast growing population, ensuring proper and healthy food has become a great deal of a challenge in Bangladesh. A well addressed article written by Barrister Sabrina Zarin, Partner, FM Associates
A sudden and also a much awaiting proposed amendments to the Labour Act 2006 has been published, Barrister Sabrina Zarin, Partner, FM Associates and labour law expert in Bangladesh and an employment lawyer has written a masterpiece.
Arbitration Act 2001 (hereinafter referred to as the “2001 Act”) is the primary statute for the governing laws with regards to arbitration in Bangladesh and was drafted based on the UNCITRAL Model Law.
The dispute among shareholders within a company puts emphasis on the concern as to who are in control of management of the company and who should have a direct mode of complaint to the court if they can show that the affairs of the company are being run in a manner which is prejudicial to the interests of the company.
"Women”... yes, that is the first word that comes to our mind when we hear sexual harassment. And it’s always the women who are being accused. Her way of talking, her ways of dressing or even her natural beauty are considered the reasons behind the attack on her. - Barrister Sabrina Zarin