Hijab Siddiqui is a Research Associate at RSIL’s Islamabad Office. She completed her LL.B (Hons) from the University of London International Programmes with an Upper Second Class.
After having interned at law firms, Ms. Siddiqui worked as a Research & Training Assistant for the USAID Gender Equity Program’s Training on Pro Women Legislation. She worked as the Programs Manager at a creative house, on various projects in collaboration with local and international partners, which utilized modern mediums towards social and legal empowerment of the youth, women and the marginalized segments of the society in Pakistan.
Ms. Siddiqui has been a lecturer for the International Protection of Human Rights at the Islamabad School of Law. She has also been involved in mooting during law school and has successfully organized the Pakistan Law Moot which is aimed at building the advocacy skills of law students from all over the nation. Additionally, she has served as a judge for moot competitions such as the Pakistan National Rounds of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition and the 1st Bahria University National Law Moot Competition.