Shafi ur Rahman

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Shafi ur Rahman
Born (1929-02-16)16 February 1929
Varanasi, British India
Citizenship Pakistan Pakistani
Occupation Retired Judge

Justice Shafi ur Rahman (born 16 February 1929)[1] was one of the longest serving judges of Supreme Court of Pakistan.[2] He was conferred Nishan-i-Imtiaz[3] for his meritorious services in the field of Human Rights.

Education[edit]

MA Political Science 1950

L.L.B. 1951

Public service[edit]

Civil Services of Pakistan 1951–1959[edit]

Civil Services – Batch of 1951

  • Assistant Commissioner Lahore
  • Assistant Commissioner Rajanpur
  • Deputy Commissioner Bhawalpur

Judicial Services of Pakistan 1959–1994[edit]

  • Special Civil Judge Lahore
  • Senior Civil Judge Lahore
  • Additional Sessions Judge Lahore
  • Registrar High Court West Pakistan
  • District and Sessions Judge Abbottabad
  • Divisional Judge Peshawar

Lahore High Court[edit]

  • Judge 1969 to 1979

Supreme Court of Pakistan[edit]

  • Adhoc Judge 14 June 1979 to 29 July 1981 [1]
  • Judge 31 July 1981 to 15 February 1994 [2]

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