Syed Qamar Hussain Sabzwari
Member, Islamabad Bar Council
Advocate, Supreme Court of Pakistan
Barrister Sabzwari graduated by earning a degree of LL.B (Hon’s) from University of London (External Programme). He passed the Bar Vocational Course (BVC) from University of the West of England, Bristol. He was called to the Bar by the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn.
Barrister Sabzwari also attended a Fellowship Program from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University, Melbourne, Australia in the field of Public Private Partnerships.
Barrister Sabzwari joined Raja Muhammad Bashir (Late), Advocate Supreme Court and former Prosecutor General, National Accountability Bureau (NAB) as an Associate. He also served as Advisor Legal, Infrastructure Project Development Facility (IPDF) (Now Public Private Partnership Authority (P3A)).
He is an avid litigator and his areas of legal practice include but are not limited to Constitutional, Criminal, Regulatory, Corporate and Commercial Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution (Arbitration, Mediation, Conciliation and Negotiation), Employment, Service, Family and Intellectual Property.
Barrister Sabzwari is at the moment, a senior partner of Sabzwari Law Associates (A Law Firm headed by Syed Asghar Hussain Sabzwari, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court). Barrister Sabzwari regularly appears before the Honourable Supreme Court of Pakistan, Honourable High Courts across Pakistan, Election Commission of Pakistan, Tribunals and other Regulatory Authorities etc.
Barrister Sabzwari regularly addresses seminars and webinars and also appears on electronic media. He has taught Public Law to the students of the University of London (External Programme). He is an adjunct faculty member of National University of Science & Technology (NUST).
Barrister Sabzwari has recently been elected as Member of the Islamabad Bar Council (The Regulatory Authority for the legal fraternity of Islamabad). He bagged the largest number of votes, though being the youngest of the twenty two (22) candidates contesting for the five seats of the Islamabad Bar Council.