Khadija Ali has an LL.M in International Development Law from University of Warwick. Her experience focuses on research, legislative drafting and policy making, other than litigation, to enforce fundamental rights in Pakistan.
Omer Imran Malik
Graduate of LUMS Law School and an associate at the Law and Policy Chambers, Islamabad. Specializes in constitutional and tort law actions and well-versed on sexual harassment laws in Pakistan. Available for representation and legal advice.
Maham Nawaz is an LL.B graduate from the University of London and currently working as an Associate at Legal Oracles, Islamabad. Also licensed to practice as an Advocate at the District Courts.
Mirza Moiz Baig
Mirza Moiz Baig holds a degree in law from the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS). He has worked as an Associate to the Attorney-General for Pakistan where he assisted the then Attorney-General in litigation before the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Currently, Moiz is working as a Law Clerk at the Supreme Court of Pakistan where he regularly assists judges of the Apex Court on a variety of cutting edge legal issues.
Moiz has also had the distinction of representing Pakistan in a number of moot court competitions including the Price Media Law Moot at the University of Oxford and the Phillip C. Jessup Competition, where he was also adjudged as the Best Advocate in the National rounds.
Jugnoo Kazmi is currently working at the Supreme Court as a Law Clerk/Research Associate to an Honourable Justice.
She did her LL.B. from the University of Kent in the UK and proceeded to study at the Bar at City University, London (Lincoln’s as the associated inn). Whilst at the Supreme Court, she has worked extensively on constitutional law matters amongst other areas of law and holds a keen interest in human rights, especially women’s rights. She is available for assistance and advise anytime.