Educational Qualifications:

LL.B.: (Hons) University of Wales, United Kingdom;
BVC:  Bar-At-Law, University of Northumbria, England, United Kingdom;
CIL: London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom;


Honourable Society of Lincolns Inn;

Baluchistan Bar Council;

Karachi Bar Association;

Sindh High Court Bar Association;

Corporate & Banking Lawyers Association.


Upon graduating from the University of Wales and obtaining LLB. (Hons), Mr. Magsi completed his Bar-at-Law (Bar Vocational Course) from the renowned Northumbria University,  North East England. Mr. Magsi then went on to pursue his LLM in Advanced Legal Practice from Northumbria University, after he was called to the Bar of England and Wales at the Honorable Society of Lincoln Inn.

Owing to his profound interest in International Law, Mr.Magsi was met with an offer to enroll himself in a course centered on Contemporary International Law (CIL) at the esteemed London School of Economics (LSE).

Following the completion of his legal education, Mr.Magsi was associated with Thompson & Co. Solicitors, a firm concentrating in criminal and family cases, centered in the South of London. The aforementioned affiliation with one of London’s most distinguished Solicitors’ firm further polished his faculty for drafting, advocacy, in coherence with international standards.

Mr. Magsi returned to Pakistan, impassioned to be of service to his countrymen, and particularly, his native province of Quetta, located in the country’s most neglected province of Balochistan.

Mr. Magsi has accomplished himself as the youngest Barrister to be ever enrolled at the Balochistan Bar. As a crucial member of the Litigation Department at Ghazi & Magsi., Mr. Magsi heads matters that are to be presented before the Honourable High Courts of Sindh and Balochistan. He also maintains an expertise in handling matters falling under the emblem of Family Practise, Banking Law Practice, Services and Employment Law, Constitutional Law, Civil Litigation, National Accountability, White Color Crimes and Customs and Taxation.

Contact Information:



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