Muhammad Bin Majid

Associate | Islamabad

  • +92 332 8911128

Muhammad works as a Associate at the Islamabad office. He is an Advocate of the High Court and has been practicing law for the past 3 years. He was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2015, and was a member of the Lincoln’s Inn debating Society.

Muhammad’s primary focus of practice has been civil procedural law. In addition to practicing in the District Courts and the High Court, Muhammad has been a professor of Civil Procedure at Bahria University, Islamabad and Professor of Civil and Criminal Procedure at The Institute of Legal Studies.

He was involved with RSIL in the drafting of the amendments for the Anti-Terrorism Act 1997, which involved comprehensive review of extensive legal precedents to develop a working definition of Terrorism. He has also been a part of several arbitration proceedings, including the arbitration over the New Islamabad International Airport.

Muhammad is also a voluntary legal advisor for Strive Trust, an organization working for the eradication of disability in Pakistan.

Areas of FOCUS

  • Dispute Resolution
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Constitutional Litigation


  • BPTC, Lincolns Inn
  • LL.B.


  • Islamabad High Court