Abdul Muqeet was born in Rawalpindi and completed his early education under the British ‘Oxford’ system in Lahore. Like his brother, Zia, he studied at Lahore’s respected and historic educational institutions, St. Anthony’s High School which is a Catholic educational institution famed for producing the country’s leading personalities in politics, education, sports and business. Muqeet is passionate about education and has been teaching at the Trust School where emphasis is placed on IT and digital learning. Along with his own academic pursuits, he taught science subjects to students from classes 3 to 8. Muqeet did multiple internships with different organizations in social development projects. Muqeet’s interaction with the diverse segments of Pakistan society led to an interest in the law and the many complex legal issues of people he interacted with. He joined Four Chambers early on in its inception and has been a dedicated team member conducting research, managing administrative aspects of law practice and liaising with government institutions like the police in criminal matters. He is currently pursuing a degree in law and aspires to make a career in the legal profession.
Abdul Muqeet works as a paralegal intern at the Chambers and does multi-tasking. He assists with management and legal research related tasks. He uses software applications to process technical information for the purpose of facilitating national and international clients. He is excited to make a positive impact in the fields of law and technology. Outside of his professional pursuits, he has a passion for sports and is an avid fan of football and cricket. In his free time, he enjoys video-editing and professional image-editing. These passions have allowed him to create engaging content for various platforms and have given him a unique perspective on the world of technology and media.