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Judge Gondal has expertise across the justice sector, legal cultures and across legal systems. He specializes in the concepts and principles of common law, civil law, sharia law, and OECD and SIGMA standards for legislative drafting as well as integrated checklist for regulatory reforms. Judge Gondal’s key skills include review, gaps analysis, reform, consolidation, integration and drafting of primary and secondary legislation in line with the EU and international best practices. He also has experience in designing and developing drafting instructions manuals; constitutional making process, strengthening role, capacity of national parliaments and line ministries, parliamentary over- sight, parliamentary monitoring, transparency and accountability; the policy development process (ex-ante methodology), legislative process, parliamentary process, drafting process and techniques; mentoring and training in legislative drafting and office management techniques; regulatory impact assessment and legislative impact analysis. He previously headed the drafting and legal reform section of the Ministry of Law, Justice and Human Rights in Pakistan and provided support to reform proposals. He also worked with the National Assembly of Pakistan on legislation. He has reviewed, provided analysis and reform of draft laws on public oversight and parliamentary control, and investment (Myanmar), cooperatives (Tunisia), transparency and governance (Uzbekhistan), copyright (Pakistan), ADR, companies, partnership, secured transactions and trademark (Afghanistan).  Mr Gondal attained his LLM in Legislative Studies from the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, School of Advanced Studies, London. He also went to King‘s College, London, UK where he attained his LLM in Corporate and Commercial Law. Mr. Gondal holds a Certificate in Regulatory Impact Analysis (RIA), Public Policy Development (ex-ante methodology), Consultation Process and ex-post assessment of laws from the College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium.