Chief Editor

Khudayar Khan Mohla – Founder of The Law Today Pakistan (TLTP) News Wire Service Islamabad. The journalist with professional legal education and training as his academic credentials include; LLB, LLM, and MA Mass Communications. Before laying of the foundation stone of TLTP News Wire Service in 2018, associated with national, regional and global media houses as a journalist for 28 years including News Network International (NNI) news agency Islamabad, Radio Pakistan, English Daily The Frontier Post Islamabad, English Daily The Financial Daily Karachi, English Daily Business Recorder Islamabad, Daily Prothom Alo Bangladesh, Sky TV UK, Time Magazine USA, Daily Washington Times USA, Sydney Morning Herald (SMH), The Age Australia. Also delivered as President, Press Association of Supreme Court (PAS) Pakistan. A practicing Right to Information (RTI) lawyer, media consultant and a professor of Business Law at Quaid-i-Azim University Islamabad. Have strong conviction over judicial pronouncements’s great impact for evolutionary process in social development. Under the fact information dissemination about proceedings in top court of the country is like providing oxygen that any citizen requires to live in social structure of society. Major objective of the TLTP is to provide basic information connected to social development through inference of court verdicts without prejudice.Transparency in a society is connected with accountability at grassroots level which could be ensured through realization of right to information in the country so it is the best time to get advantage of Article 19-A of the Constitution of Pakistan ‘Right to Information’ in cyber regime under the principle of openness. He has objectivity under Article: 19A Right to Information which empowers every citizen that he shall have the right to have access to information in all matters of public importance subject to regulation and reasonable restrictions.

Can be reached chiefeditor@lawtoday.com.pk

Executive Editor

Athar Rao,Executive Editor of The Law Today Pakistan (TLTP), has worked with national, regional and global media houses with a standing of one-and-a-half decade with different political and business dailies including The Nation, HuffPost and Business Recorder, besides a few other news organisations. He is a 2013 fellow with the International Center for Journalists’ U.S. Professional Partnership in Journalism program. He has master’s degrees in Mass Communication and English literature. He believes in pursuit of excellence and loves to achieve challenging targets. Can be reached executiveeditor@lawtoday.com.pk

Resident Editor - UK

Aamer Shahid Kayani is a renowned journalist with over two decades of professional experience with national and international print and electronic media. He secured early education from Dina District Jehlum of the Punjab Province -Pakistan. Before moving to United Kingdom, he had secured Master degrees of Mass Communications and Mathematics. Kayani is proficient in a number of languages so he is known as language consultant at UK legal system. He is associated with TLTP from its inception and can be reached at residenteditor@lawtoday.com.pk

Managing Editor

Kamran Nazir Malik Law graduate and Master in Economics, enjoying two decades of working experience with news organizations. He is looking after day-to-day operations of TLTP News Wire Service website amid generating story ideas; planning, assigning; overseeing spending; commissioning stories, production schedules and editorial calendars; and supervising freelancers. Malik also monitors social media posts.
He can be reached managingeditor@lawtoday.com.pk

Islamabad Correspondent

Mehtab Ahmed has worked with various media houses including PTV Home, Sohni Dharti TV, ATV, Half Apple Communication, Nawa-e-Waqt. He has over twelve years of experience in different types of production including live TV shows and music programs, agricultural crimes shows, Eid programs, dramas and documentaries. He has been producer and editor of many documentaries amid contribution in many events of the Presidency, Prime Minister office, Inter-Services Public Relations, Water Aid, UNESCO, FPSC and other reputable organizations. He holds master degree in Mass Communication from National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad.He can be reached at imehtab.ahmed@gmail.com

Editor

Khalid Hussain is a senior journalist with over 32 years of professional experience with leading national and international media. He is a polymath with experience and expertise in a number of fields ranging from journalism to development, photography to film making, poetry to translation and water resources to herbal medicine.Over the years, he has worked as a newspaper reporter, photographer, editorial writer, water activist and researcher, trainer, film maker and as a professional photographer. He has been a contributor to monthly “Herald” and “Newsline” since 1988 and 1990 respectively. This was in addition to his regular journalistic jobs at Associated Press of Pakistan (APP), The Frontier Post, The Friday Times and later with The News International on their weekend magazine “The News On Sunday” in Lahore and later as “Special Correspondent” with the “News Bureau of Investigations” in Islamabad. He has also contributed columns to daily “The Times of India”, fortnightly “Down To Earth” New Delhi and to “Himal” south Asia on politics, environment and international development respectively. He was the “Roving Correspondent” with daily “The Frontier Post” where his job was to contribute daily analysis and commentary on politics, foreign affairs and the economy for the front pages. He was then concurrently Regional Editor South Asia for the Global South Development Magazine published from Finland and Managing Editor with Weekly Mirror Asia, Islamabad-Pakistan and Michigan-USA. He also has substantial working experience with the Pakistan Television Corporation, international donor agencies, and national and international NGOs as a professional media consultant and strategic communications expert.

He can be reached editor@lawtoday.com.pk

Editor International Development & Law

Sharafat A. Chaudhry enjoys two decades of experience as an expert of international law and development. He is a life member of Islamabad High Court Bar Association. Recently became member of the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Child Protection Advisory Board. He had also served as a member of the Law Review Committee of Supreme Court. Being a lawyer he has appeared before various forums of adjudications and courts of law of the country. 
Besides, Chaudhry has also conducted several research studies on social, legal, governance and security related topics in addition to contribute globally circulated research journals and reports. Sharafat is author of a book on the topic of law and development: ‘An Alternative Indicator for the Measurement of Development’. 
Sharafat holds a bachelor’s degree in Law and master’s degree in English Literature from Bahauddin Zakariya University. He also holds master’s degrees in Development Studies (Gold Medal) and in International Development with specialization in Law and Development (Gold Medal) from Iqra University.
He can be reached editorinternational@lawtoday.com.pk

Sports Editor

Mohsin Ali, a seasoned sports journalist, former President Rawalpindi Islamabad Sports Journalists Association (RISJA) with a standing of more than three decades in the field joined The Law Today Pakistan (TLTP). He had delivered for print, online and electronic media before joining the hands of TLTP team. He had been covering national, regional and global sports events and has maintained contacts with top players of every sport in the country. He can be reached at mohsin007@live.co.uk

Defence Correspondent

Iffat Hasan Rizvi is an Islamabad based journalist, she has over thirteen years of experience in Pakistan News media including ARY, Geo News, 92 News and Neo News. She has reported Supreme court and Defence beat, she is an author of two books whereas regularly contributes for Independent Urdu service weekly. Iffat has contributed in research survey work for Transparency international and population services international. She is an alumna of Chevening UK scholarship in addition to a fellow of International center for journalists Washington.

She can be reached rizvi@lawtoday.com.pk