Introduction

Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed, who was born on 28th of August, 1954 in Rawalpindi, completed his primary education locally and then did his Senior Cambridge from the St. Mary's Academy in 1970. He completed his graduated from Sir

Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed


Professional Achievements


Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed, who was born on 28th of August, 1954 in Rawalpindi, completed his primary education locally and then did his Senior Cambridge from the St. Mary’s Academy in 1970. He completed his graduated from Sir Syed College Rawalpindi in 1974.

Justice Azmat Saeed joined the Punjab University Law College Old Campus Lahore and obtained LLB Degree in 1978. He joined the legal profession in the same year in Rawalpindi and after completion of apprenticeship was enrolled as an Advocate in 1978.

After working in various chambers Justice Azmat Saeed started his independent practice in Lahore in 1980. He was enrolled as an Advocate of the Lahore High Court Lahore and subsequently as an Advocate of the Supreme Court of Pakistan.

He was appointed as legal advisor to the Lahore Development Authority in 1996. He was then appointed as Special Prosecutor by Ehtesab Bureau in 1997. He was a Member of the Legal Team prosecuting high profile cases before the Lahore High Court Lahore and Rawalpindi Bench.

Justice Azmat Saeed was appointed as Deputy Prosecutor General NAB Islamabad in 2000 for a period of one year. He was Special Prosecutor NAB to prosecute cases before the Accountability Courts at Attock Fort and Rawalpindi.

During the course his professional career, Justice Azmat Saeed, conducted a large number of cases before the Civil and Banking Courts and the High Courts of Sindh, NWFP and Lahore High Court Lahore. He also appeared as an Advocate before the Cricket Inquiry including in proceedings held at Melbourne, Australia. In addition to litigation he was also involved in negotiations of various commercial and financial transactions both inside and outside Pakistan.

Justice Sheikh Azmat Saeed participated in the international conference on financial crimes and money laundering. On account of his personal and professional commitments he has visited various countries including USA, Germany, UK, France, Italy, Australia, Turkey, Singapore, UAE, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives and Thailand.

He was appointed as an Additional Judge of the Lahore High Court and took oath as Judge of the Lahore High Court on 01/12/2005.

In June 2006, he was nominated as Member of the Board of Governors, National College of Arts. He had also taught in the Quaid-e-Azam Law College Lahore for three years.