Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Chief Justice Pakistan


Hon’ble Mr. Justice Nasir-ul-Mulk was born on 17.08.1950 in the valley of Swat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He was awarded degree of ‘Barrister-at-Law’ by the Inner Temple, London (UK) in the year 1976. He was called to the Bar in the year 1977. He practiced Law for more than 17 years as an Advocate.
Professional Experience: 
  • Visiting Faculty at Khyber Law College, Peshawar.
  • Visiting Faculty at Peshawar University.
  • Visiting Faculty at N.W.F.P. Provincial Services Academy, Peshawar.
  • Elected as Secretary General, Peshawar High Court Bar Association in the year 1981.
  • Elected twice as President of High Court Bar Association in the years1990 and 1993.
  • Appointed as Advocate General, N.W.F.P. in the year 1993.
  • Elevated as Judge, Peshawar High Court on 04.06.1994.
  • Elevated as Chief Justice of Peshawar High Court on 31.05.2004.
  • Elevated as Judge, Supreme Court of Pakistan on 05.04.2005.
  • Elevated as Chief Justice of Pakistan on 06.07.2014.
Additional Portfolios:
  • Chairman Judicial Commission of Pakistan.
  • Chairman of Law & Justice Commission of Pakistan.
  • Chairman, Center of Excellence for Law & Judicial Education 
International Conferences and Symposia attended:
  • International Judicial Training Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 2007.
  • World Justice Forum-II Austria Center Vienna, 2009.
  • Colloquium for Judges on the use of the Principles of Equity and Non-Discrimination, 2009 Maldives, under the UN OHCHR, Geneva.
  • The International Association of Supreme Administrative Jurisdictions (IASAJ) 2010 Congress Sydney & Canberra, Australia.
  • Decision Making on Pluralist Normative Ground: On the Governance of Disparate Traditional, Religious and Statutory Laws in Pluralist Societies Conference, held in Berlin, Germany in May 2011.
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Conference 2012, Singapore.
  • Headed the delegation of the Judges and legal fraternity of the Country to visit to United States of America in 2013.


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