Abeer Mustafa holds a B.A.-LL.B. (Honours) from the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), where, aside from his academic endeavours, he has served as President of the LUMS Model United Nations Society (LUMUN) and as the Batch Representative for his law batch in the LUMS Student Council.
While Abeer’s focus has primarily been the law of transboundary watercourses (especially in regard to the Indus Waters Treaty between Pakistan and India) he has also worked on multiple other facets of International Law and their domestic application; these include maritime law, counter-terrorism law, law of non-intervention, environmental law, etc.
Additionally, during his tenure at RSIL, Abeer has assisted Mr. Soofi on a number of projects and lectures. Currently, Abeer is actively involved in assisting in the management of RSIL’s collaboration with the American Bar Association – Rule of Law Initiative (ABA-ROLI), under which RSIL, inter alia, conducts trainings for lawyers and members of the legal community on Balancing Pakistan’s Counter Terrorism Framework with Human Rights.
Prior to LUMS, Abeer received his education at Aitchison College, Lahore, where he graduated as the Head Boy, and was awarded the Rivaz Gold Medal and the President’s Medal.
Abeer is fluent in English and Urdu, and conversational in French.