During the course of these past 3 years, University of London has taught me that we must critically evaluate everything and that there is always two sides to a story. This approach is something which I have adopted and is always reflective in my teaching method. I believe that whatever we study must be discussed and explored and that there must be a two-way communication between the teacher and the student, where both of them present their perspective of the topic and only after logical reasoning and debate, the teacher should move on to the next topic. I have always found teaching to be something within me. During my degree and even prior to that my colleagues would always get hold of me and ask me to reiterate what the professor would have taught, and to my surprise even when I did not need a revision for that topic, I found myself fully enjoying to help my colleagues what they wanted me to teach them. This experience served as the cherry on the cake for me and I realized that regardless of what I do in life, teaching is an obligation on me which I would always pursue and deliver the knowledge which has been delivered to me.
I am a British national currently enrolled atManchester Metropolitan University for my Bar Professional Training Course Programme. I graduated from University of London International Programmes with a 2.1. Simultaneously, I am honoured to be a member of The Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn.
Excelling in whatever I do has always been my primary aim and I look forward to meeting new people, working with them and guiding them in various law oriented tasks with the help of my aforementioned set of skills in my CV. I hope I will be given a chance to avail this golden opportunity.
Career aim: To be a successful barrister in the near future.
Currently enrolled at University of London International Programmes (Year 3) with the major modules:
Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
Introduction to Islamic Law
Completed Second Year with the following modules:
Equity and Trusts 50
European Union Law 60
Tort Law 60
International Protection of Human Rights 46
Completed First Year with the following modules:
Criminal Law 50
Contract Law 55
Common Law 55
Public Law 52
Completed the A-Level programme at Beaconhouse Defence Campus with following subjects:
Media Studies B
Appeared in CIE May/June 2014 for AS-Level of Law (P-1 & P-2) Grade: A
The City School 2010-2013
Principle of Accounts
Overall grades: Business Studies A
Principle of Accounts A
English Language A
Mathematics (D syllabus) A
Urdu Second Language A
Pakistan Studies D
WORK EXPERIENCE/HONOURS & AWARDS
I interned at the corporate department of a multi-national firm “RIAA Barker Gillette” in Lahore. I had to employ my research, presentation and public speaking skills the most since I used to showcase my assigned responsibility to the members of the concerned department at the end of each day.
I was a ‘Deputy Director Socials’ at “University College Lahore’s 4th National Moot”; my prime role was to help the Director of the same department to organize a lively event for the participants.
I actively participated in “University College Lahore’s Sports Fest” and various inter-college matches mainly playing volleyball, throw ball, cricket, football and received certificates respectively.
I was given the chance to experience a corporate law atmosphere at “Allied Bank Limited” Lahore; my tasks included to advise the clients on matters relating to the transfer of property and a thorough check on whether the applications were in compliance with the legal formalities. My drafting skills were widely used in this context since I would respond to the clients via writing.
I did an internship at “Mandviwalla and Zafar” Lahore under the supervision of Barrister Syed Ali Zafar (former President of The Punjab Bar Council); I dealt with Human Rights issues (child kidnapping in Pakistan, cyber-crime) as well as corporate work.
I participated in “University College Lahore’s 3rd National Moot” hosted by the American Bar Association. I was part of the management team as well as a speaker for my team.
I was also an ‘Executive Member’ of our College society-“University College Association of Mooters”. This honorable title enabled me to get more involved in conducting our moot camps, so from team making till arranging a panel of qualified judges, I played an active role.
I did a volunteer work at “Hope Uplift Foundation” Lahore, where I spread my knowledge further afield to teach the underprivileged children. There was a great deal of teamwork involved by conducting various activities for the young students.
I also did an internship at “Axis Law Chambers” Lahore; there I managed to polish my certain skills such as research, organizational, analytical, confidence etc. Most of my work pertained to find out precedents on the given point of law in order to help my mentors draft their legal arguments.
Opting for a Media Studies subject in A Levels gave me an opportunity to be casted in a public service message of “ZARA SOCHYE” produced by “GEO NEWS” Pakistan. Our team desired to spread a message across the country Pakistan that we all should thank our beloved teachers who helped us to educate so that we achieve our dreams. E.g. some becoming a doctor, pilot, chartered accountant, nurse etc. Due to this my public confidential skills were greatly polished.
I received a certificate of participating in the ‘Management Team’ of ‘Acid Violence Survivors Seminar’ debate competition held at Beaconhouse Defence Campus Lahore.
I received a certificate and a shield for the ‘Best Nail Art’ Award at Beaconhouse Newlands Lahore event, ‘Newesta14’.
I received a certificate of participating in the ‘Management team’ of ‘Beaconhouse Defence Campus Law Drama Moot Competition’ held at Beaconhouse Defence Campus Lahore.
I received a certificate of becoming a ‘NCUK Student Ambassador’ by the Director of British Council Lahore, Mr. Richard Weyers .
I received a certificate for participation in workshop on ‘Writing Amazing Essays’ by the University of Warwick, UK. The interactive workshop was conducted by the University of Warwick’s Pakistan Representative, Ms. Saima Asghar Riaz on Thursday, 17th January 2013. It enabled me to enhance both my written and spoken English skills.
HOBBIES & INTERESTS
I keep myself entertained by:
• Reading novels based on real life experiences,
• Becoming aware of current affairs related to my home country (Pakistan) and globally through the news channels/newspapers,
• Routinely exercising at the gym,
• Horse Riding
• Travelling to know more about people and the location itself
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