First Female Judge at Supreme Court of Pakistan, Justice Ayesha A. Malik, inspires aspiring Lawyers at "A Life in Law - A Memoir" Event at FJWU Rawalpindi

"Justice Ayesha A. Malik Stresses Crucial Role of Advocacy Skills and Research Excellence in Legal Success"

First Female Judge at Supreme Court of  Pakistan, Justice Ayesha A. Malik, inspires aspiring Lawyers at "A Life in Law – A Memoir" Event at FJWU Rawalpindi

Addressing the aspiring lawyers of Fatima Jinnah Women University, Justice Ayesha. A Malik emphasized the necessity of developing not only advocacy skills but also honing research and writing capabilities to excel in the legal profession.

In a groundbreaking event hosted at Department of Law,Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) Rawalpindi, Justice Ayesha Malik, the trailblazing first female judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, shared her remarkable personal and professional journey with an enthusiastic audience of aspiring lawyers and academicians.

The event, titled "A Life in Law - Memoir," offered a unique opportunity for attendees to engage with Justice Malik, gaining valuable insights into her judicial expertise and enduring contributions to the Pakistani legal system. Dr. Nadia Khadam, Head, Department of Law  introduced Justice Malik and expertly moderated the session.

Justice Malik's candid and inspiring memoir captivated the audience, providing a rare glimpse into her evolution from a young law student to reaching the pinnacle of the judiciary. She openly discussed the challenges she encountered as a woman in a predominantly male-dominated field, underlining the significance of perseverance and determination in achieving one's goals.

"Never underestimate the power of hard work and dedication," she advised. "The legal world is demanding, but it is also incredibly rewarding. With the right mindset and determination, you can achieve great things." She encouraged them to embrace hard work, integrity, and a commitment to justice as the cornerstones of their success.

In her closing remarks, Justice Malik extended her warmest wishes to the new female lawyers entering the legal fraternity, expressing her confidence in their ability to make a significant impact on the profession.

The event concluded with a lively question-and-answer session, where Justice Malik addressed the audience's queries with her characteristic wit and wisdom. Her insights and guidance left a lasting impression on the attendees, shaping their perspectives on the legal profession and inspiring them to strive for excellence.

In the end, Prof Dr. Shoaib Akhter, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Commerce, Management, and Administrative Sciences, presented a souvenir to Justice Ayesha Malik, commemorating the event's significance.