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ahmerbilalAhmer Bilal Soofi is a senior lawyer and Pakistan’s former federal law minister. He did his graduation from Government College, Lahore and his LLM from the University of Cambridge in 1988. He was enrolled as an Advocate of High Court in 1988 and as an Advocate of Supreme Court in 2000. Soofi has appeared in several cases before the Supreme Court of Pakistan having national importance and has frequently advised Government of Pakistan on several important legal issues. He is also the founding President of Research Society of International Law.  He was elected as a Member Advisory Council of United Nations Human Rights Council for a period of three years in March 2011. Recently, he was also elected as the president of WWF-Pakistan. He has done extensive work for improving legislation in Pakistan relating to human rights and international humanitarian law.




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