Mr. A.B.M. Shamsud Doulah was born in 1941. He lives in Dhaka city of Bangladesh.
He was educated in the University of Calcutta; the University of Dhaka, and the University of Hawaii. He obtained post-graduate degrees in English Literature, Library Science and in Laws. Earlier he was an Assistant Professor of English Literature in Jagannath College, Dhaka.
He attended Summer School of Harvard University attending 12-Week International Seminar in Harvard University under the Directorship of Dr. Henry A. Kissinger. He also attended month-long Seminars in the then USSR and in Al-Azhar University, Cairo.
In the late sixties and early seventies he was an Assistant Editor of the English language daily The People in Dhaka and the editor of the English language quarterly Islam and the Modern World; Major International Laws for the Protection of Intellectual Property Rights; and Rabindranath Tagore, the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913, and the British Raj : Some Untold Stories;
Currently Mr. Doulah is an Advocate of the Bangladesh Supreme Court and is Head of the law firm DOULAH & DOULAH, in Dhaka.
He may be contacted at [email protected]