Omer Ghias joined the firm in 2019. Omer is a Barrister, Called to the Bar of England and Wales at the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn. He graduated from the University of Liverpool and holds a Master of Laws (LL.M) specialising in Bar Practice from the University of Law (Birmingham).
Before returning to Pakistan, Omer worked with the Liverpool Law Clinic providing pro-bono legal advice under the supervision of their in-house legal team and later went on to join the Legal Advice Centre (Birmingham) where he handled Appeals against the decisions of the Welfare Benefit Tribunals.
During his time in the UK, Omer also had the honour of working as a mini-pupil at 7 Harrington Street Chambers (Liverpool) and was chosen under the Lincoln’s Inn Marshalling Scheme to Marshall the Honourable Judge Davis White QC of the Queen’s Bench Division of the High Court of Leeds.
As an Associate at BNR, Omer regularly assists the Partners in a range of litigation matters and is an integral part of the firm’s tax team.
- LL.B (University of Liverpool) (2018)
- LL.M (University of Law) (2019)
- BPTC (University of Law) (2019)
- Member, The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn
- Member, Punjab Bar Council (2020)
- Member, Lahore Bar Association (2021)
- Assisting senior counsel in challenging orders passed by the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority, rejecting the reimbursement of insurance costs of Pakistan’s first utility scale solar power plant. The petition was partly allowed through judgement dated 10.12.2021, titled Quaid-E-Azam Solar Pakistan (Private) Limited v. National Electric Power Regulatory Authority and others.
Areas of Expertise
- Arbitration (Domestic and International)
- Tax law
- Media and Telecommunication
- Securities Regulation and Company Law
- Intellectual Property
- Civil Litigation