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Pakistan sits at the crossroads of China, India, Iran, Central Asia and the Middle East. It’s at the focal point of a growing regional market for trade, consumer growth and infrastructure projects.
The country presents great potential business opportunities for English and Welsh law firms involved in cross-border international deals.
A qualified foreign lawyer may advise on foreign law (given they are qualified in that jurisdiction) and international law in Pakistan.
Foreign lawyers cannot advise on Pakistani law unless they become a licensed Pakistani advocate.
In order to qualify as an advocate an individual must be above the age of 21 and either: