Ms. Fatima Naeem Qureshi

Ms. Fatima Naeem Qureshi is an Advocate of the High Court and has been in legal practice since 2002. She holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from University of the Punjab and a Master of Laws from the Harvard law School, where she was a scholarship student for the year 2003-2004.

She started her career as a litigator in 2004. Fatima has actively practiced at the High Court and has assisted senior advocates in the Supreme Court on several landmark constitutional cases. She has also been actively involved in the enforcement of international treaty obligations of Pakistan regarding climate change, management of hospital and industrial waste etc.. Fatima has also worked on the World Bank projects related to combatting vehicular emissions in the province of Punjab, amongst others.

Fatima has also been involved in the alternate dispute resolution focusing on commercial arbitration. She has previously been engaged in setting up and managing arbitration centers as well as being engaged in several mediations. She is also a certified mediator with CEDR UK and is on the board of Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry for commercial mediations.

She has considerable experience in legal and developmental consultancies and has worked extensively with international organizations such as the World Bank, The International Monetary Fund, the Asian Development Bank, the Supreme Court of Pakistan, United Nations Development Program, United Nations Environmental Program and The Prime Ministers Task Force for Affordable Housing. She has regularly advised on environment enforcement regimes, developing and executing training modules in the lower and higher Judiciary, development of legal and regulatory framework for not for profit and non-governmental organizations, bringing in policy change in the legal education systems, urban development reforms, addressing governance issues in water and sanitation departments and restructuring of acquisition laws.

Fatima is currently a partner at AJURIS, Advocates & Corporate Counsel. At Lahore School of Law, she teaches the course of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). 

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