Sanaullah Khan joined the Firm’s Islamabad office as an Intern in January 2018 as part of the mandatory internship during his law degree and has been part of the firm since then. He recently graduated from Bahria University, Islamabad in 2019 with a Silver Medal and a cum laude honor. His areas of interest include civil litigation, arbitration and international law.
Prior to joining Khan & Muezzin, Sanaullah has worked as an intern at various prestigious organizations/Institutions including the National Commission of Human Rights (NCHR) and the Senate of Pakistan, where he gained invaluable experience pertaining to human rights and governance.
During his studies at Bahria University, apart from studying mandatory courses relating to Civil, Criminal, Corporate and Constitutional Law, Sanaullah studied specialized modules which included Alternate Dispute Resolution, Telecommunication Laws, Competition Laws and Taxation Laws.
Sanaullah was actively involved in extracurricular activities during his time at Bahria University and was the President of Bahria University Law Moot Society apart from being a passionate mooter himself.
Sanaullah has a keen interest in politics and is an avid follower of political and current affairs of the region.