CJP Khosa to deliver speech at Cambridge University Union on June 9
Justice Khosa is the first Pakistani ever to have been invited by the Cambridge University Union.
ISLAMABAD (APP) - The Cambridge University Union has invited Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Asif Saeed Khan Khosa to deliver a speech on June 9.
Chief Justice Khosa is the first Pakistani ever to have been invited by the Cambridge University Union to deliver a speech in its history of 200 years.
The top judge had done his Tripos and LL.M. from the University of Cambridge, UK before being called to the Bar at the Lincoln’s Inn, London.
The luminaries invited in the past include Sir Winston Churchill, Presidents Roosevelt and Reagan, the Dalai Lama, Senator Bernie Sanders, Stephen Hawking, Antonin Scalia and Margaret Thatcher to name a few.
The guests invited by the Union this year include the Prime Ministers of Malaysia and Nepal.