Karachi:Chief Justice of Sindh High Court (SHCP) Mr Justice Ahmed Ali M Shaikh has hoped that the Digital Law Academy would prove to be a great law school, and he would personally support the initiative.

As per details, a delegation of Justice Helpline comprising former attorney general of Pakistan Anwar Mansoor, Justice (retd) Majida Rizvi, Shuhab Sarki, Nadeem A Sheikh Advocate, and S Michael Advocate called on the Sindh High Court Chief Justice.

Congratulating the Justice Helpline on setting up of their legal education project, the SHC CJ said he would patronize the project. He nominated Justice Faisal Kamal Alam for the project and hoped that the Pakistan Digital Law Academy would prove to be a big milestone for training of new lawyers.

Chairperson Human Rights Commission, government of Sindh, Justice (retd) Majida Rizvi appreciated the Justice Helpline for its efforts regarding uphold of law and supremacy of the Constitution.

Former Attorney General of Pakistan Anwar Mansoor Khan briefed the SHC CJ about the project and said the Justice Helpline and Mansoor Ahmed Khan Foundation want to set up a digital library. President of Justice Helpline Nadeem Shaikh briefed the SHC CJ on different projects of the Helpline and its future plans.