Khwaja Ahmad Hosain is a Barrister at Law (Lincoln’s Inn, 1990) and a graduate of Oxford University and of the University of London. He has served as Pakistan’s Additional Attorney General and represented the Federation of Pakistan before the Supreme Court of Pakistan and in international arbitrations and negotiations. He is a Senior Partner in the law practice of LMA Ebrahim Hosain, a leading law firm in Pakistan. He specializes in corporate transaction work, international arbitrations, telecommunication law, oil and gas law and sports law. In the recent past he has been involved in four international commercial arbitrations, in mergers and acquisitions of listed and unlisted companies in Pakistan and in the sale of international media rights by the Pakistan Cricket Board. He is also currently representing members of civil society objecting to the Orange Line metro project in the Supreme Court on the grounds that it would damage valuable national heritage. He serves on the Board of Directors of two companies and is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Noon Foundation which funds Pakistani students who are studying at Oxford and Cambridge.
Ahmad Hosain is teaching Legal Practice I to third year LL.B students this semester.