At NSLA, our primary focus is on understanding our clients’ business objectives and requirements and ensuring that the legal solutions suggested by us are best suited under the prevailing laws of Pakistan for achieving their business objectives. Keeping in perspective our Clients need of real time solutions, our target response time for routine queries is about 24 hours and for complex issues, we may take a little longer, usually not more than 72 hours. Our priority on focusing issues of our clients is what separates and distinguishes NSLA from other leading law firms.

For over three decades, we at NSLA specialize in rendering the best professional legal services. We encourage entrepreneurial, creative thinkers, crafting a dynamic new definition of a law firm by expanding services to keep pace with the fast changing economic environment.   Read More

Dispute Resolution

  • Banking, Financial Litigation and Insurance.
  • Constitutional issues.
  • Competition Laws
  • Labour matters

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Corporate Advisory and projects

  • Mergers, acquisition and restructuring.
  • Public Private Partnerships
  • Taxation
  • Privatization

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Building, Construction and Engineering

  • Infrastructure Agreements
  • Concession Agreements
  • BOT projects
  • Construction Arbitration

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  • Mr. Nafees A. Siddiqi

    Mr. Nafees.A Siddiqi, (Advocate Supreme Court), continues to remain closely involved in the day to day issues of NSLA, and regularly appears in the Supreme Court, Islamabad and its registries as well as all the High Courts of Pakistan. He has many landmark decisions to his credit which are widely reported. For instance, in KICT Vs. Government of Sindh in which Mr. Nafees Siddiqi’s position was vindicated on behalf of KPT against KICT who were represented by Syed Sharifuddin Pirzada, Senior Advocate. The Pakistan Banks Association has appointed him on behalf of all Banks to intervene and defend the constitutionality in various constitutional petitions in respect of Article 10-A in the High Courts of Karachi and Lahore respectively. Moreover, he has been involved in major construction arbitrations in relation to World Bank funded projects in Pakistan and recently acted as the sole arbitrator in relation to a dispute between a government agency and its private contractor and Turkish Ships.