Finishing off LL.B. Department of Law and Justice, Metropolitan University, Sylhet, Tamanna Tabassum Kabir, has always been passionate and has shown keen interest in exploring different genres of research fields where her recent works focus on the empowerment of rural women, victimized by domestic violence and ensuring constitutional protection of the Bedey Community. Further, she worked as a researcher with Empowerment through Law of the Common People (ELCOP), non-governmental human rights institution, on the development and empowerment of the Transgender Community. She even volunteered and participated at the Center for the Study of Genocide and Justice (CSGJ) of the Liberation War Museum (LWM), towards the memorialisation and enlightening upon the younger generation about the past glorious 1971 Liberation War as well as the present delicate issue of Rohingya crisis.
Though professionally she is currently working as a Legal Intern in a Court Chamber, but during her student life, she participated in various co-curricular activities, such as in both national and international moot court competitions, national conferences, residential school programs; 19th Human Rights Summer School alumni, 5th Winter School by LWM alumni and has also achieved Best Student Paper Award, Best Mooter, Best Public Speaker and Best Performance Award. Even in all such activities, she wants to dedicate her legal career towards the interest of the common people through innovative ways of legal researching arenas.