Shazia Parveen tops NALSAR’s PG Cyber Laws

Scores 309 to clear exams with Distinction

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Hyderabad, Nov 7: In a brilliant showing, Hyderabad’s very own Shazia Parveen emerged as the top ranker in Cyber Laws PG Course of the coveted NALSAR University of Law. The results were declared on November 6, 2020.

With an overall aggregate of 77 and 88 marks in her specialization (Cyber Security & Cyber Crime), Ms Shazia Parveen lived up to her distinguished academic excellence. With a grand total of 309, she is the only candidate among 170 to pass the exams with Distinction.

Enrolled for practice in 2011, her career path has been consistently on the upswing. After doing her Internship under the highly respected Justice Sudarshan Reddy, Andhra Pradesh State Human Rights Commission and Department for International Development (DFID), British Council Ms Shazia Parveen is practising in the Telangana State High Court for more than nine years. She is an associate of D. Prakash Reddy, former Advocate General of TS. She had also worked as an associate of senior advocate of the Supreme Court Dr. Abhishek Manu Singhvi.

In her immediate reaction, the overjoyed Ms Parveen said, “I am on cloud nine. This is a tribute to my diligence that stems from the mentorship I received from my professors and the encouragement of my family”.

Ms Shazia Parveen completed her Secondary and Higher Education (ICSE Board) from Nasr School, Hyderabad (2004-2006); did B.A. LLB (Hons) from NALSAR University of Law (2007-2011); a course on International Law – Contemporary Issues from London School of Economics and Political Science (2010); a short term course on legal writing from Harvard Law School (2013) and a certificate course on International Labour Migration: Economics, Politics and Ethics from Oxford University (2019).

She is the daughter of former minister & ex-Leader of Opposition in Legislative Council Mohammed Ali Shabbir and daughter-in-law of ex-IPS officer A.K. Khan. Her husband Mohsin Khan is an entrepreneur. 

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