University of London - LLB Honours (First Class Honours)
Teaching Experience : Saleha graduated from the University of London, in their International LLB programme, with a First Class Honours, having secured distinctions in four modules, including Public Law, International Protection of Human Rights, Jurisprudence and Legal Theory, and Islamic law. Saleha also topped in Pakistan in Public Law, and secured a world distinction in Islamic Law. Currently, Saleha is teaching on University of London’s LLB programme at Lahore Grammar School. Among the subjects Saleha teaches are Criminal Law, Contract Law, Legal System and Methods, Tort and Jurisprudence. Saleha has also previously taught Equity and Trusts and Islamic law at The Institute of Legal Studies and interned at the Research Society of International Law (RSIL). At RSIL, Saleha conducted research on various modules and issues of national and international significance, including International and Domestic Legal Framework on Countering Terrorism Financing, Investigation in Gender and Child Related Cases, Investigation Processes and Court Trial, child marriages, forced marriages, rape, gang rape, honour killings, best practices for interviewing women and children, particularly victims of sexual assault, importance of the Mangrove forests for the environment, the importance of community policing with respect to countering terrorism, and the current security situation in occupied Kashmir. Saleha’s research interests include human rights and Islamic law, and Saleha has also written research papers relating to human rights issues, including ‘Placing Islamic Law in a Human Rights Framework’, and ‘Feminism and the Practical vs Legal State of Women in Pakistan’. Furthermore, Saleha has offered private tuitions for Property Law, European Union Law, International Protection of Human Rights, and Islamic law. Saleha teaches online according to the specific requirements of a student’s module and university, and can assist students with both understanding of topics as well as question practice and research.