Mr. Muhammad Ali Lashari has served diversified clientele throughout Pakistan and abroad. He has extensively advised on matters concerning corporate laws, securities laws, contract laws, property laws, civil and banking laws and on matters pertaining to government and non government organizations, among others.  He has structured hundreds of transactions for corporate and individual clients, appeared as a defense counsel in multifaceted trials involving white collar crimes and otherwise and has represented banking and insurance companies in civil and corporate litigation. He successfully conducted several murder trials prior to switching to corporate, banking and civil law practice in 2007. Beside professional engagements, he takes keen interest in academia and taught subjects of "Interpretation of Statutes" and "Conveyancing and Pleadings" for four years (2008 to 2012) to students of final year, Pakistan College of Law.  He also worked on understanding judicial system of USA in purview of its Constitution and visited New York Supreme Court for studying court proceedings and impact jury would have on that, besides took courses with Yale University on understanding written and unwritten aspects of the Constitution. He also studied at Harvard where he completed a graduate course with distinction. In 2016 he was invited to Washington D.C. to conduct briefings on minorities issues and was thoroughly appreciated on his insights.  He did BSc in 1999 from SEC, LLB in 2002 from BLC, is a member of LBA since 2003 and LHCBA since 2005.