After being called to the Bar of England and Wales by the Honourable Society of Middle Temple in 2005, Naz returned to Karachi and joined Rizvi, Isa, Afridi & Angell (now RIAA Barker & Gillette) where she mainly assisted the partners at the firm in corporate/commercial matters. Naz is an advocate of the High Court in Pakistan since 2009, and she joined the Firm in 2016 to assist the Head of the Dispute Resolution Practice with drafting of all documents relating to litigation proceedings filed on behalf of foreign and local clients in tribunals and courts across Pakistan, including the Supreme Court of Pakistan.
• Conducts research and prepares all documentation with respect to litigation proceedings in tribunals and courts of Pakistan, including the Supreme Court of Pakistan.
• Drafts suits, petitions, appeals, written statements, replies, counter affidavits, rejoinders and all supporting applications for foreign and local companies, partnerships, authorities and private individuals with respect to litigation proceedings relating to Environmental law, Constitutional law, Family law, Succession Law, Property Law, Contract Law and Intellectual Property Law.
• Certificate of Appreciation - World Bank Group - Women, Business and the Law 2024
• Certificate of Appreciation - World Bank Group - Women, Business and the Law 2023
• Certificate of Appreciation - World Bank Group - Women, Business and the Law 2022
• Certificate of Appreciation - World Bank Group - Women, Business and the Law 2021
• The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple
• Sindh Bar Council
• Karachi Bar Association
• Inter-Pacific Bar Association
• Co-authored articles: "A Legal Guide to Doing Business in the Asia-Pacific, 2010 edition," and a chapter on "Merger Control in Pakistan" in the "International Comparative Legal Guide to Merger Control, 2007."