Barrister Shazia Anjum was born and raised in Faisalabad. She studied locally for her early education and graduated in Law (LLB) from Punjab University Lahore. She then was enrolled as an advocate in Faisalabad.
Barrister Shazia Anjum was born and raised in Faisalabad. She studied locally for her early education and graduated in Law (LLB) from Punjab University Lahore. She then was enrolled as an advocate in Faisalabad. Whilst practicing law, she also completed her MA in political science.
In 2006, Shazia moved to United Kingdom and gained her Master in Law from Staffordshire University in 2008 and completed her Bar at Law from London in 2010. After qualifying the Lawyers Transfer Test, Shazia Anjum was enrolled on the roll of Solicitors to become a member of the Law Society of England & Wales.
Shazia has an extensive experience in legal profession in both the countries, Pakistan and England. Currently she is the Principal solicitor at Malik Legal Solicitors Ltd. Her areas of Practice are; Immigration law, Civil Litigation, Family disputes and Non-contentious property matters
Shazia Anjum started her political career from college life where she contested election within the college and became president of Islamic society. She was elected as a member zila council Faisalabad in 2002 and worked with different human rights organisations to protect women rights. The same year, she joined PML and was nominated central joint secretary of PML lawyer’s wing.
In 2011, shazia was appointed as President PML Overseas women wing by the party after recognising her work for the party in UK. Her work for overseas Pakistanis is remarkable. She is also a human rights activist and is working for the people of Kashmir and Kashmir Self determination movement.
Shazia is always ready to serve the community on human rights basis and is also advocate of women rights to protect and represent those women who are in jail for nominal fines and no one is ready to represent them. She believes in the women development as the development of a nation.