Justice Aminuddin Khan sworn in as Supreme Court judge

The chief judge of the Lahore High Court (LHC), Judge Aminuddin Khan, took an oath as a Supreme Court judge on Monday.

The president of the court, Asif Saeed Khosa, administered the oath in a formal ceremony in Islamabad. The ceremony was attended by judges of the trial court and high-ranking lawyers.

The notification of the appointment of Judge Khan had been issued by the Ministry of Law and Justice last week. He was the fifth most veteran judge of the LHC.

Judge Khan began practicing in the lower courts in 1985, shortly after a license was issued. In 1987, he was appointed defender of the LHC and the Supreme Court in 2001.

He joined Zafar Law Chambers in Multan in 2001 and worked with the law firm until he was elevated to the post of judge. He was appointed to the Bank in 2011.

During his career, he attended renowned lawyers such as Mian Nisar Ahmed and Umar Ata Bandial, the last of whom is scheduled to become president of justice in 2022.

Judge Khan has decided thousands of cases related to civil matters and most of his sentences have been confirmed by the Supreme Court.

Source: https://www.dawn.com/news/1512110/justice-aminuddin-khan-sworn-in-as-supreme-court-judge

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