Course: LLB (Hons) (3 Year Qualifying Degree) (2002-05)
City of residence: Karachi
Employer: Kabraji and Talibuddin, Advocates and Legal Counsellors
Interests: Reading, water sports, horse riding, beaches, socialising
Contact details: +92 301 82 82 234
What did you study at Warwick?
Law (3 Year Qualifying Degree)
Who were your tutors?
Sammy Adelman, Shaheeen Sardar Ali, Winnie Chan, Roger Leng, John McEldowney, Reena Patel, Andew Williams, Gary Watt, Dallal Stevens and quite a few others.
Do you have any fond memories?
Some of the best memories of my life are associated with Warwick. I’ve met some of the nicest people who are until today a very important part of my life at Warwick.
Where did you live?
I lived on campus for my first and third year at Warwick at Jack Martin (2) and Claycroft 1 respectively.
Were you a member of any societies?
Warwick Volunteers, Law Society, Warwick Amnesty, St John’s Ambulance, Pakistani Society, Indian Society, Border Society.
What are you doing now?
I’m working as an associate at a tier 1 law firm in Karachi (Kabraji and Talibuddin) as a corporate lawyer.
Why did you decide to become an alumni ambassador?
Although Karachi has the largest Warwick alumni presence in Pakistan, however, we do not have any official university ambassador for the city. With the growing number of Pakistani alumni coming back and settling in Karachi, I felt that an official Karachi chapter of the alumni association had become a necessity as it will not only enable us to network and retain our ties to with each other but also help new and prospective students to gain guidance from people who have been a part of the university.
What kind of events do you run?
No formal alumni events have been held till date, alumni who went to the university at the same time meet informally.
Have you been back to Warwick recently?
I was there last in 2007
Contact Lalarukh if you want to attend or suggest an event in Pakistan or want to make contact with the alumni community there.