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Rao Mehroz Khan



Rao Mehroz Khan graduated from University of London with LL.B (Hons.) in 2016. Mehroz’s resolve to pursue a legal career in the field of International Economic Law was kindled during the course of his legal education and practical experience. It convinced him of the profound impact that International Economic Law has on ameliorating relations and trade between countries, which consequently improves the living standards of citizens in underdeveloped countries, paving the path for a prosperous and growing world.

Mehroz had been an active mooter throughout his academic period at his Law School. He has participated in numerous national and international level moot competitions and brought many laurels to his institute. As a team player he contributed his competence, creativity and enthusiasm, characteristics that reflected his commitment and dedication to the team's vision and aspirations. His team qualified the national rounds of the Phillip C. Jessup International Moot Competition 2016 and was invited by the U.S Department of Justice to represent Pakistan in the International Rounds as an observer team. Jessup developed his deeper appreciation of International law and provided him with an international perspective since students from 86 countries participated and argued over the most pressing issues of International law. His team’s participation was the first in the history of his Law School.

In addition to interning in renowned law firms, Mehroz worked as a legal researcher at a national legal debate show, “Qanoon Bolta Hai” (Law speaks). After graduation, he worked as International Commercial lawyer in his country’s reputable law firm. Furthermore, he was also appointed as a Lecturer of European Union Law at Root College, Lahore. Mehroz has also acted as a judge and arbitrator in several moot competitions including Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot.

Mehroz is one of the founding members of Pakistan Citizens Alliance, an NGO with the mission of providing equal educational opportunities for all classes of society and uplifting the living standards of the lower class through skill development, women empowerment and employment. He devised and managed various projects such as initiating Bab ul Falah School, Dar-ul-Uloom Learning System and commencing APS Martyr Scholarship programme for talented students that lack the financial resources to continue their studies. Through these experiences he learned the importance of education, perseverance and how it can positively shape the future.

Due to his academic and professional backgrounds, Mehroz was awarded with a partial scholarship to join the IELPO LL.M. Programme, where he expects to lay the basis for a wide path in practice of International Economic Law.

Mehroz is fluent in English and Urdu, intermediate in Punjabi, Saraiki and Rangri, and beginner in Spanish.

Secretaria del Estado de Turismo y Comercio Universitat de Barcelona Departament Economia i Finances de la Generalitat de Catalunya Ajuntament de Barcelona