Justice Ayesha Malik, the first woman judge of the Supreme Court, will take oath on Monday
ISLAMABAD: Justice Ayesha Malik has been appointed as the first woman judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan. For the first time, a woman has been appointed as a judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan.
President Dr. Arif Alvi had approved the name of Justice Ayesha Malik.
After the name of Justice Ayesha Malik was approved by the President Dr. Arif Alvi, the Federal Ministry of Law issued a notification for her appointment.
Justice Ayesha Malik, the first woman judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, will take oath of office on Monday. Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Gulzar Ahmed will administer oath to Justice Ayesha Malik.
The swearing-in ceremony will be held at the Supreme Court on Monday at 9 am. The ceremony will be attended by senior lawyers including judges of the Supreme Court and the Attorney General.
According to the Lahore High Court website, Justice Ayesha Malik was born in 1966. She benefited from educational institutions in France, Britain and the United States.
According to the website, Justice Ayesha Malik received her Higher Education Law (LLM) from Harvard Law School, a leading educational institution in the United States.
Justice Ayesha Malik appeared in the High Courts, District Courts, Banking Courts, Special Tribunals and Arbitration Courts as a lawyer and continued to fight cases.