Mr. Anwar Mansoor Khan, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of Pakistan. He was commissioned in the Pakistan Army in 1971, however, after the 1971 war upon return in 1973, he opted to quit the Army and sought pre-mature retirement. On leaving the Army in 1974 he started pursuing the profession of law. He has served as a Judge of the High Court from where he resigned and rejoined the Law Practice. He was appointed the Advocate General of Sindh and remained in office for a period of five years. He has also served as the Attorney General for Pakistan. He having an experience of over 3 decades with numerous reported land mark judgments. He was conferred with the title of Senior Advocate in the year 2010. He appears before the High Courts all over Pakistan and the Supreme Court of Pakistan. He is a member of the Company Law Commission for the purposes of redrafting of the Company Law in Pakistan.
Amongst his contribution to law itself, Mr. Anwar has been associated in the drafting of the Companies Ordinance 1984, the establishment of the Islamic Banking Systems in Pakistan, in drawing up various documentation of the Banking System, the establishment of Lease financing in Pakistan, drafting of the Recovery Laws for Banks.
Whilst a judge of the High Court of Sindh, he delivered numerous judgments on banking practice in Pakistan, Company Law, Trade Marks, Patents and designs, Specific Relief, Rent matters and other subjects of Civil Law.
He has been involved in international alternate dispute resolution, which includes Negotiation, Mediation and Arbitration. He is on the Board of the Karachi Centre for Dispute Resolution (A project initiated by IFC for ADR in Pakistan). He has been involved in conducting international and local arbitration as well as enforcement of the arbitral awards in Pakistan. He has expertise in the drawing of various negotiated agreements. He has also advised on takeovers, acquisitions and buyouts of various companies and has and continues to conduct various merger proceedings. He has conducted numerous matters of Constitutional issues, and is considered to be an expert on the Constitutional issues.
His expertise in corporate and litigation spreads over a wide spectrum, such as, banking laws, commercial and civil laws, leasing Laws, taxation Laws, matters relating to Mercantile Laws, Constitutional issue, Taxation, Competition laws, Medical Jurisprudence, Legal Education, Alternate Dispute Resolution, and a host of other allied subjects.
He holds a LLB degree from Pakistan. He has experience spreading for over 35 years.