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Arslan

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON - LL.B Honours
University of Law - BAR PROFESSIONAL TRAINING COURSE

Arslan is an Advocate enrolled with the Punjab Bar Council and a Life Member of the Lahore Bar Association. Following his childhood passion, Arslan first took up the study of law during his A Levels. He continued on this path when he enrolled into the University of London’s LLB programme. During this time he discovered his passion for Human Rights Law and Public International Law among several other subjects. Upon graduation, Arslan was admitted into the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn and studied for his BPTC at the University of Law in London. Upon completing his Bar-At-Law, Arslan returned to Pakistan, he now practices law as an Associate at Altaf and Altaf, a firm that specialises in Labour Law. Arslan also devotes considerable time to teaching law which, as always, remains his premier passion.

 

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