The Expert is a practising advocate and barrister-at-law in Pakistan. He is the senior partner of Khan & Co Barristers-at-Law, and has repeatedly been appointed as an expert on Pakistani law in the UK court system. He is counsel to foreign governments on Pakistani law and is a Registered Foreign Lawyer with the Solicitors Regulation Authority and practices law in the UK and in Pakistan.
The Expert is an advocate of the High Courts of Pakistan and has a detailed knowledge of the legal processes and the courts in the country. He has advanced knowledge of Muslim personal law in Pakistan. He has an in-depth knowledge of all the political groupings in the country and state/non-state actors of persecution and minority persecuted communities such as Ahmadis, Christians, Hindus and Hazaras. He has the following degrees and qualifications:
• The University of Law, LL.M, Corporate Law, 2009–2013, London: Distinction.
• Called to the Bar of England and Wales (Middle Temple) 2007.
• The College of Law, LL.B (Honours), Law, 2005–2007, London.
• The College of Law, Bar Vocational Course, 2006–2007, London.
• The College of Law, Graduate Diploma in Law, 2005–2006, London.
• School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, MA Near and Middle Eastern Studies, 2003–2004.
• London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London, MSc Anthropology and Development, 2000–2001.
• Webster University, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States of America, BA International Relations, First Class, 1995–1998.
The Expert has produced 10 expert reports on Pakistan, either for private clients or for UK courts. He has repeatedly been appointed court expert on Pakistan in family proceedings in the English courts and has produced several reports in that area. He is also counsel to The Pakistan Institute of International Affairs (an independent policy think tank established in 1947). He edits the institute’s blog Pakistan Horizon and has continuously worked in the field of development and the rule of law in Pakistan for 15 years. He is experienced in civil, corporate, criminal, extradition and human rights cases and practices law simultaneously in Pakistan and in the UK. He works in UK immigration law in an English law firm.
UNITED KINGDOM IMMIGRATION LAW BLOG
GLOBAL CORPORATE LAW
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Articles on UKSC BLOG:
• Personal accountability in Pakistani financial services - a briefing on the Companies Bill 2015 and lessons from the UK senior managers regime, The Company Lawyer 2016, Thomson Reuters, Sweet & Maxwell, 37(6), 193-194.
• Benchmarks and regulation: key lessons of UK reforms for South Asia, The Company Lawyer 2017, Thomson Reuters, Sweet & Maxwell, 38(11), 335-342.
• The future of LIBOR: emerging trends in financial services, The Company Lawyer 2018, Thomson Reuters, Sweet & Maxwell, 39(12), 401-410.