Trusted Lawyers.
Innovative Thinkers.
Expert Jurists.


From complex litigation to regulatory issues, Sardar & Co lawyers provide holistic perspectives and timely solutions.


Legal Consultation


Constitutional Litigation


Civil Litigation


Commercial Litigation


Public Interest Litigation


Bail Applications


Criminal Trials


Civil Mediation


Regulatory Compliance


Legal Document Review


About Us

Sardar & Co, located in Saddar, Karachi, is a consortium of highly qualified and distinguished lawyers who have a passion for and commitment to the field of law. We offer the highest quality legal advice coupled with extraordinary, tailored service to deliver exceptional results to our clients. Every day, we earn and reaffirm our reputation for skill and integrity by competing with the largest firms in courtrooms and conference rooms across Pakistan.

Our wide-ranging clientele includes companies from the telecommunications and IT, textile, logistics, real estate, and energy sectors, as well as diverse individual clients.

Our Clients

Sardar & Co has served numerous clients to their satisfaction, some of its distinguished clients include:

World Call Telecom Limited

Feroze1888 Mills Limited

Delivery Hero Systems Pakistan (Pvt.) Limited (Food Panda)

Shekhani Industries

Indus Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Limited

Ghani Builders & Developers (Pvt.) Ltd

Burshane LPG (Pakistan) Limited

Fatex Home Textile Exporters

Credible Logistics

Pak Button Industries (Pvt.) Ltd

Shaheen Freight Services

Gold Reef Computers

Indemnifier (Pvt.) Ltd.

Osaka Papers

Raya Packages

Tex-chem Trading Company

Dynamik Training Systems

AT&R Social Media & Digital Marketing Agency

West Pak Trading Company

Hasham Towel

K.A Enterprises (Pvt.) Ltd

Novroz Omer Enterprises

Tick Industries (Pvt.) Ltd

Goldfinch Trading CC (Based in South Africa)


Saadi Sardar, the founding partner of Sardar & Co., is a Barrister at Law and an advocate of the High Court of Sindh. He graduated from the University of Kent with LLB (Hons). After being called to the Bar from the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, Saadi Sardar returned to Pakistan and started practising in the field of law. He specialises in Constitutional and Civil Litigation and is renowned for his trial skills, tactical nous, and thorough understanding of the law.

Saadi Sardar has previously worked with Sarmad Hani and Co. Prior to that, at Lawyers for Human Rights and Legal Aid, Saadi Sardar oversaw a project with UN Women and helped establish the Women Protection Unit (Prevention and protection of women from violence through access to justice, services, and safe spaces).



Sardar & Co offers a full range of legal services within the following areas:


Civil Litigation & Dispute Resolution Law


Constitutional Law


Criminal Law


Customs Law


Cyber Law


Family Law


Labour Law


Mercantile (Shipping) Law


Property Law


National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Cases

News & Insights

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What is Domestic Violence?

Domestic violence is a pattern of behavior in familial relationships, used to gain or maintain power and control over an intimate partner. Domestic abuse can include physical, sexual, emotional, economic, or psychological actions or threats that influence and terrorize another person. It can include frightening, intimidating, manipulating, hurting, humiliating, blaming, hitting, injuring, or wounding someone. Here it is important to note that victims of domestic abuse may also include children, relatives, or any other household member.

The perpetrators of domestic violence, […]

Women’s Right To Divorce In Pakistan – Neglected Provision On NikahNama

Pakistan is slowly moving to implement regulations that protect and promote women’s rights. However, the majority of the women in Pakistan are unaware of their legal rights. 

For example, according to the  Muslim Family Laws Ordinance 1961, Muslim women in Pakistan have the right to divorce their husbands through Column 18 on their Nikah Naama, but most women are unaware of this right. Although this is a right accorded through Islamic law, the patriarchal mindset prevalent in Pakistan presents the largest […]

Islamic Law of Inheritance in Pakistan

As Muslims, there is an obligation to ensure the proper distribution of wealth upon death. Doing so constitutes an act of worship to Allah. In Islam, a person is only a trustee of wealth, and the law of inheritance in Pakistan ensures that the wealth is to be distributed fairly amongst the legal heirs according to Shariah. However, most people residing in Pakistan are not aware of their rights under inheritance laws or the rules and procedures associated […]



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