Select Page
Home 9 Faculty 9 Hon’ble Mr. Justice Khalil Ur Rahman

Hon’ble Mr. Justice Khalil Ur Rahman

Honorary Professor

Hon’ble Mr. Justice Khalil-ur-Rehman Ramday (born in Lahore on 13 January 1945‎) was an ad hoc judge later appointed as a permanent judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan.[1] He remained permanent judge of Supreme Court from 2002 to 2010. He was born in Lahore on 13 January 1945. His late brother Chaudhary Muhammad Farooq had served as the Attorney General of Pakistan. His younger brother Chaudhary Asad-ur-Rehman, a politician, was elected as a Member of the National Assembly three times on a Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) (PML-N) ticket and served as a Federal minister as well.

Justice Ramday joined the legal profession at Lahore and enrolled as an advocate of the subordinate Courts in 1969. In 1971, he became an advocate of the High Court and in 1976 as an advocate of the Supreme Court.

In April 1976, he was appointed Assistant Advocate General of the Punjab, was promoted to Additional Advocate General in 1984, and was finally appointed as the Advocate General in March 1987.

In October 1988, Justice Ramday was elevated to the bench of the Lahore High Court and was promoted to the judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan in January 2002. He became famous for presiding over the bench in the Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry versus the Government of Pakistan in 2007.

Justice Ramday was restored to the bench of Supreme Court on 17 March 2009 as a result of historic movement that lasted for two years