Nida Mahmood

Ms. Nida Mahmood holds LL.B (Hons) and LL.M in Law & Development from University of London. She is the Founding Director of Lahore Education And Research Network (LEARN) which aims to bridge the gaps between education and practice through research and capacity building workshops. She has been at the forefront of bringing the notion of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in law to Pakistan through her engagement as the Vice Principal and Director of International Programmes at School of Law, Lahore in 2013. She has considerable counseling and academic experience and has been teaching law since 2005. She occasionally contributes articles on legal issues to newspapers and academic blogs and is an internationally published author of several papers on investment law. She was also engaged to give her legal opinion on BITS and conduct capacity building sessions on international investment laws for the Punjab Board of Investment and Trade (PBIT) when she was working at RSIL, Pakistan. She combines her professional interests in law and human rights with her activism on environmental and development issues. She was the head of the 'Human Rights Society' at the University College Lahore and has been very actively involved with the Lahore Bachao Tehreek (Save Lahore Movement). Nida is interested in promoting and cultivating understanding between people of the world for a more tolerant and peaceful society. She believes education needs to play a more potent role in developing and nourishing young minds so that the progressive, green and peaceful world that we aspire can become a reality for all. It is towards that end that she is now working.

Waiza Rafique

Waiza Rafique is enrolled for BA.LLB Hons at University Law College, Punjab University. She has a keen interest in legal academia and in particular she likes to work towards women empowerment via dispelling myths about women in law. She has several publications in her name and routinely contributes her articles on banking laws, legal drafting and criminal justice to law journals and other forums. Ms. Waiza engaged herself with several volunteer initiatives pertaining to youth and has been working in a law firm alongside her education.

Anam Asad Khan

Anam Asad Khan is currently pursuing her LL.B Hons of University of London from LGS Internationall Degree Programme. Anam is actively involved in several co-curricular activities in LGS including her integral and foundational role in "The Legal Eagle" and LGS mooting society. Anam is keen to explore opportunities for women in law and personifies their struggle for seeking a level playing field in the legal profession.

Anoshay Fazal

Ms. Anoshay Fazal is associated with Lahore Education and Research Network. She holds an LL.B (Hons) degree and is a Postgraduate Laws candidate at University of London International Programmes. She does freelance research work mainly on the environment, refugees and human rights.

Mariam Saeed

Ms Mariam Saeed is a High Court Advocate. She is a Univeristy of London LLB (Hons) graduate. Ms Mariam Saeed has taught Law at School, College and University level for over 20 years and has held senior administrative positions as well. She is passionate about imparting quality legal education to the young generation of our Country and has pioneered various Law Moots and other Law related Seminars. She often says "Law is more than a subject .. it's a lifestyle". Hence, wants to dedicate her life to spreading awareness about the Law and facilitate students in understanding the significance of same.