Farah Syed, has over two decades of experience working in the legal field. Having obtained her LLB degree from the prestigious Law School in Pakistan in 1994, she spent a formidable period of her career with the distinguished firm Jafri Law Associates based in Lahore, Pakistan. To add to this, her forte includes a Bachelors degrees in journalism and she is always looking to further develop her legal aptitude when it comes to immigration law. She is currently a member of the Punjab Bar Council and a High Court Advocate, making her a lifelong member of the High Court Bar in Pakistan. She also has degrees in U.S. commercial law, bankruptcy law, civil litigation and corporate law from United States.
From 2001 she has been working in the immigration field in Canada and has also been a member of the immigration consultant’s regulatory body.
Her primary interest throughout her career has been assisting those seeking to migrate to Canada due to safety, security, economical, political and social concerns in their countries of residency.
Furthermore, she has worked as a corporate manager in “Multi International Corporation” and as a corporate negotiator focusing on international trading for AM East Corporation. She has also headed a corporate legal advisory and communication boards across North America and led projects in recruitment, training, development, wage management and industrial relations. In the past, she has also worked in a plethora of countries as an administrator to a non-governmental organization specializing in family law, domestic violence and destitute women.
As a prolific writer and journalist in the past, her written articles have been published in accredited newspapers including The News and Daily Jang in Pakistan. These articles have focused on sensitive and critical issues of society, mainly concerning children and women.