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Mr. Ahmer Bilal Soofi

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Civil Service

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Civil Service

G/8 1 Horse Guards Road

London, Greater London SW1A 2HQ

United Kingdom

Company Description

We are established by statute to provide assurance that civil servants are selected on merit on the basis of fair and open competition; and to help safeguard an impartial Civil Service. We are appointed through public open competition and are independen ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Founder and President

RSIL

Consultant

United Nations Commission on International Trade Law

Affiliations

Advisor To Medical Transcription Services, Advisor To Transcription Services
BrainStorm Pvt. Ltd

Life-Long Member
Supreme Court Bar Association of Pakistan

Member of the Board of Governors
World Wide Fund for Nature Pakistan

Member
UNODC Experts Group

Member
Eminent Persons of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation

Member, Board
LEAD International

Pakistani Delegate
Jinnah Institute

Board Member
WWF-Pakistan

Fellow
The Hague Academy of International Law

Founder
The Arbitration Council

Education

Government College , Lahore

St. Anthonys High School , Lahore

LLM

international law

University of Cambridge

Master

Law

Cambridge University

Web References (65 Total References)


Advisor To Medical Transcription Services, Advisor To Transcription Services - Brainstormworld.com

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Ahmer Bilal Soofi Ahmer Bilal Soofi is the Senior Partner of a Lahore based Commercial Law Firm. Mr. Soofi has done LLM from the University of Cambridge UK and specialized in international law. He has been a fellow at The Hague Academy of International Law, Cambridge Commonwealth Trust, Stimson Center Washington, ACDIS Program University of Illinois, USIS and Private International Law Institute Rome.
Mr. Soofi has been a consultant to the Federal Law Ministry, Privatization Commission, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Naval Headquarters, Ministry of Communications and other Government departments. He is Member Legal of the WTO Advisory Group formed by the Ministry of Communications. Mr. Soofi is also on the visiting faculty of the Pakistan Administrative Staff College, Navy War College, Civil Services Academy, International Development Law Institute Rome and Center for Strategic Studies Sri Lanka.
He has also worked as Consultant for the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) in Central Asian States.
Mr. Soofi's area of practice is High Court and Supreme Court Litigation, banking and contractual matters and related trade disputes. He is also working as Additional Deputy Prosecutor General, National Accountability Bureau in the current Government.
Mr. Soofi is Member Board of Governors WWF Pakistan, and also Member of Ethics Committee Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital.
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BrainStorm | Team

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Ahmer Bilal Soofi is the Senior Partner of a Lahore based Commercial Law Firm.Mr. Soofi has done LLM from the University of Cambridge UK and specialized in international law.He has been a fellow at The Hague Academy of International Law, Cambridge Commonwealth Trust, Stimson Center Washington, ACDIS Program University of Illinois, USIS and Private International Law Institute Rome.

Mr. Soofi has been a consultant to the Federal Law Ministry, Privatization Commission, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Naval Headquarters, Ministry of Communications and other Government departments.He is Member Legal of the WTO Advisory Group formed by the Ministry of Communications.Mr. Soofi is also on the visiting faculty of the Pakistan Administrative Staff College, Navy War College, Civil Services Academy, International Development Law Institute Rome and Center for Strategic Studies Sri Lanka.
He has also worked as Consultant for the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) in Central Asian States.
Mr. Soofi's area of practice is High Court and Supreme Court Litigation, banking and contractual matters and related trade disputes.He is also working as Additional Deputy Prosecutor General, National Accountability Bureau in the current Government.


Pakistan Banks' Association

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Eminent lawyer and international law expert, Mr. Ahmer Bilal Soofi is of the opinion that the bill presently being debated in the Parliament travels far beyond the minimum requirements of compliance. According to him, the bill needs to be modified; otherwise, it shall create serious operational impediments which will even make the minimum compliance more difficult. Resultantly, at the end of the day, despite having made the law, the international community will view Pakistan as not seriously complying with anti-money laundering measures and obligations. Mr Soofi represented Pakistan in the UN General Assembly negotiations on the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCOC), which contained provisions on money laundering and also participated in the FATF/APG evaluation of Pakistan's compliance.


Directors - Medical Transcription Services

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Ahmer Bilal Soofi Ahmer Bilal Soofi is the Senior Partner of a Lahore based Commercial Law Firm. Mr. Soofi has done LLM from the University of Cambridge UK and specialized in international law. More...


Event Details | PILDAT

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The International Conference brought together respected legal experts such as Justice (Retd.) Saeed uz Zaman Siddiqui, Mr. Hamid Khan, Mr. Shahid Hamid, Dr. Parvez Hassan, Mr. Ahmer Bilal Soofi, Senator Babar Awan, Justice Nasira Iqbal and Barrister Zafarullah Khan.

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Speaking on the topic Mr. Ahmer Bilal Soofi said that Pakistan has not ratified the ICC as yet and believed that it should do so as. He said that the Rome statuette codified the Geneva Convention, which Pakistan has ratified, and added more content to it. The Rome statuette has provided a suo-moto mechanism which has reduced the impunity gap to those violators who would have otherwise escaped. He said that the Pakistani foreign office has not been correctly identifying the legal scenario in the occupied Kashmir. The foreign office frames the Kashmir issue as a violation of human rights but in effect, it is a violation of international human rights law. Defining it in this perspective gives Pakistan additional leverages to present a strong international case. Dr. Soofi said that the state did not give enough importance to international law on many fronts and highlighted that each time the US fires missiles in Iraq, there was a legal international humanitarian law expert on board who cleared the targets from the perspective of international human rights law. On the conflict in tribal areas, a view can be applied that given the threshold of armed conflict, international human rights laws can be applied there but the government does not take that view. He said that the government is hesitant in ratifying the ICC especially relating to the its suo-moto jurisdiction and maintains that the referral of cases should be through the Security Council instead. Responding to a query that even if Pakistan has not ratifies the ICC, what happens if the parties involved in a conflict in an area of the country want to complain about the alleged excesses of the military or the state to the ICC, Mr. Soofi said that it was possible that parties could complain to the ICC and in that scenario, Pakistan will have a problem on its hands.

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