Tanjib-ul Alam has been practising in Bangladesh since 1997 as a corporate lawyer. He is a member of the Hon'ble Society of Lincoln's Inn. He has the experience of working in UK. His area of practice includes arbitration, corporate, cross-border investment, energy, oil and gas, merger and acquisition, project finance, securities and telecommunication. He was involved in drafting the Bangladesh Telecommunication Act, the Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission Act and Information and Communication Technology Act for Bangladesh. Currently he is acting as the Lead Consultant of IFC in Bangladesh in drafting new Companies Act for Bangladesh. The proposed legislation will bring much needed reform in the corporate law of Bangladesh creating an opportunity for attracting foreign direct investment. He worked as consultant to the World Bank and UNDP on various law reform issues involving the separation of judiciary.
Tanjib-ul Alam is regarded as one of the leading corporate and constitutional law practioner in Bangladesh with expertise in corporate finance in the area of energy, telecommunication and infrastructure project. He has been involved in number of ground-breaking project finance and IPOs in Bangladesh including securitisation of first ever micro-credit transaction in the world and the largest IPO of GrameenPhone. The law firm, Tanjib Alam and Associates has acquired the reputation of being one of the most talented team of professionals in Bangladesh having experience of working with world's leading international law firms.
Tanjib-ul Alam has been involved as a lawyer in number of leading constitutional law cases during the past decade which have far reaching impact in the rule of law and constitutionalism in the legal history of Bangladesh.