Supreme Court of Pakistan - Court composition - Chief Justice of Pakistan and justices

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Structured data parsed from Wikipedia. Chief Justice of Pakistan and justices As of current formation, Asif Saeed Khan Khosa is currently tenuring as the Chief Justice of Pakistan, having being appointed on 18 January 2019. The Supreme Court is currently composed of the following Justices (in order of seniority), that included the seventeen regular judges including the Chief Justice and two ad hoc judges who were reappointed again after their retirement. The ad hoc appointments are due to fill the Shariat Appellate Bench that is composed on legal scholars that has expertised on Islamic jurisprudence since its establishment in 1980. The ad hoc appointments for this bench are drawn either from the Federal Shariat Court or from among the Clergy. Decisions made the Federal Shariat Court may be appealed to the Appellate Bench, as the Appellate Bench of Supreme Court is the final authority on Islamic interpretation of law in Pakistan. 18 February 2010 18 February 2010 20 December 2019 20 December 2019 Appointed on 18 February 2010 and elevated to Chief Justice on 18 January 2019. 16 November 2011 16 November 2011 1 February 2022 1 February 2022 Second in seniority list, Ahmed will become 27th Chief Justice of Pakistan on 21 December 2019. 1 June 2012 1 June 2012 19 August 2019 19 August 2019 20 September 2013 20 September 2013 18 August 2021 18 August 2021 17 June 2014 17 June 2014 16 September 2023 16 September 2023 According to the seniority list, Bandial will become the 28th Chief Justice of Pakistan on 2 February 2022. 5 September 2014 5 September 2014 26 October 2024 26 October 2024 According to the seniority list, Isa will become the 29th Chief Justice of Pakistan on 17 September 2023. 17 February 2015 17 February 2015 4 April 2022 4 April 2022 5 November 2015 5 November 2015 30 April 2021 30 April 2021 5 November 2015 5 November 2015 10 March 2024 10 March 2024 14 December 2015 14 December 2015 4 November 2020 4 November 2020 28 June 2016 28 June 2016 4 August 2025 4 August 2025 According to the seniority list, Ahsan will become the 30th Chief Justice of Pakistan on 27 October 2024. 30 December 2016 30 December 2016 13 July 2022 13 July 2022 14 March 2017 14 March 2017 13 August 2022 13 August 2022 6 February 2018 6 February 2018 27 November 2027 27 November 2027 According to the seniority list, Shah will become the 31st Chief Justice of Pakistan on 5 August 2025. 8 May 2018 8 May 2018 13 December 2028 13 December 2028 According to the seniority list, Akhtar will become the 32nd Chief Justice of Pakistan on 28 November 2027. 28 June 2018 28 June 2018 22 January 2030 22 January 2030 According to the seniority list, Afridi will become the 33rd Chief Justice of Pakistan on 14 December 2028.

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