Due to the pandemic of COVID-19 we want to keep our clients updated on Lexway’s business operations. The health and safety of our clients and colleagues are our top priority. During the lock down imposed by the Government of Pakistan we ensured our business continuity to handle our client’s legal matters and provide uninterrupted service by shifting to remote work capabilities. We were reachable through phone, video calls and emails.
As the government has eased the lock down we have reopened our office ensuring the safety of our clients and colleagues by following the SOPs issued by the government. Lexway will continue to provide its best services to its clients.
In case of any concerns feel free to book an appointment or contact us over phone or email.
Our Law Firm filed a constitutional petition through our attorney
Mr. Farhat Ullah, advocate. This was a public interest litigation challenging
the selection and recommendation of a candidate for the post of registrar of
the Sindh Environment Protection Tribunal (SEPT).
The purpose of this petition was to ensure good
governance and selection of government officials on the basis of merit. Lexway
has been involved in a lot of public interest litigations previously for the
purposes of raising social and legal awareness towards the masses.
Lexways initiative to raise such awareness has also been highlighted by media and reported in newspapers. Our recent PIL mentioned above was also reported in Dawn Newspaper. The link of which is mentioned below.
For making the laws of Pakistan more accessible to everyone, we have created a new section on our website dedicated to Statutes. We have started uploading commonly used statutes, acts, ordinances and rules after reviewing them to make them available and more accessible for everyone to find and read them.
These statutes are being uploaded in PDF format to allow for a more consistent reading experience across a range of devices.
The page shall be continuously updated. If you are looking for a piece of Pakistani legislation and are unable to find it, feel free to contact us, and we’ll be glad to help.
We are deeply saddened by the passing away of the world’s greatest humanitarian and social worker Abdul Sattar Edhi. At this hour of sorrow, the nation’s prayers are with his family, which includes not just his wife and children but the hundreds of thousands of orphans, disabled and the sick whom he helped, saved and cured. He touched more lives than any other person.
This is indeed a great loss, not just for Pakistan, but for the entire humanity.