Zaima Rahman is the daughter of Tareq Rahman, a barrister and the current acting chairman of the BNP. She is the granddaughter of the former Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Khaleda Zia.
Zaima Rahman Education
Zaima Rahman completed her Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from the University of London in 2009 and existed admitted to practice law in England and Wales in 2010. Furthermore, she passed the New York Bar Exam in February 2017 and is awaiting admission.
In 2011, she joined Hogan Lovells LLP, an international law firm based in London.
Zaima Rahman Born
Zaima Rahman was born in London. She attended Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Girls in Elstree, Hertfordshire, UK. She then went on to study at the University of King’s College, London. Graduating with an LLB Hons in Law degree. Other superstar biography need you to know Kassandra Rivera
Rahman’s mother, Dr. Zubaida Rahman, is an associate professor at Dhaka University and a member of the BNP’s central executive committee. Her maternal uncle Arafat Rahman Koko was one of her father’s closest friends. And political allies until he died in Malaysia, on 29 January 2015. In April 2015, she announced that she would contest for the vice-presidential post in the upcoming BNP election.
Zaima Rahman (born 1 January 1981) is a British barrister and the daughter of Tareq Rahman, a barrister and the current acting chairman of the BNP. She is the granddaughter of the former Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Khaleda Zia.
Zaima Rahman History
Rahman was educated at one of London’s leading independent schools, St Paul’s Girls’ School, and read law at Jesus College, Cambridge. She was called to the Bar by Lincoln’s Inn in 2006 and practices in London. She is also Director of Legal Affairs to Tarique Rahman. Acting Chairman of Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), based in London.
In 2007, she became chairperson of the BNP Women’s Wing in Britain. At that time, she said she would be “attempting to get women more involved in politics”.
She was involved in BNP protests against the former. Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wajed when she visited London.
During her time in London, she was a regular on the political scene. And became known as an activist for women’s rights. She joined her father at political rallies, campaigning for human rights.