Junaid Ahmed is a Barrister-at-Law from Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn and a law graduate of University of London, and he completed his Bar Professional Training Course from The University of West of England, Bristol and now completing his LL.M thesis. He is as an Advocate of the High Courts of Pakistan and has been practicing law since 2013.
He is the Co-Founder and Director of Themis School of Law, Karachi, and served as the first Head of the Institution for two academic sessions from 2015 till 2017. He has been teaching law for the past 8 years, and has been a permanent law faculty for Criminal and Property law with an average passing rate of more than 90%. He has previously taught Contract law, Tort law, Islamic law, Intellectual Property law, EU law, Company law and Jurisprudence & Legal Theory. He regularly conducts workshops and tailored courses on the subjects of Civil litigation, Advocacy, Employment, Family and Tax.
He particularly enjoys practicing challenging and contentious areas. He is among the few lawyers at the bar who can confidently handle briefs as well as corporate projects from any area of law. He is particularly recognized for his successful advocacy and research before the High Courts and District Courts of Pakistan in a number of sensitive cases surrounding constitution, taxation, white-collar crime (including NIB/FIA), commercial, land, intellectual property (including trademarks, patents), family and employment/service law.
Apart from dispute resolution, he advises variety of local and international clients on regulatory matters, contracts, compliance and corporate law.Back