+92 42 35874899
Since 2015

Tareen Chambers was founded by Asfandyar Khan Tareen in 2015 at Lahore. We have represented clients in various commercial and constitutional cases. We have also represented clients in high-profile tax cases involving revenue worth billions of rupees.

We are a commercial law set which offers advisory and litigation services in relation to broad areas, including but not limited to, administrative law, arbitration law, banking law, civil law, competition law, constitutional law, consumer law, drugs law, intellectual property law and all taxation laws.

We have assisted the government in bringing tax reforms at provincial level through drafting of certain amendments in the fiscal laws. Our clients include accountancy firms, autonomous bodies, banks, multi-national companies, regulatory bodies and sports personalities.

Founder/Head of Chambers

Asfandyar Khan Tareen

Asfandyar Khan Tareen is the Founder and Head of Chambers. He is an Advocate High Court, enrolled with the Punjab Bar Council. He went to Sadiq Public School, holds LL.B (Hons.) from University of London and was called to the Bar of England and Wales from Lincoln’s Inn after scoring the grade, “Very Competent”.

He has represented clients in over 400 cases. He has also assisted a former Chief Justice of the Lahore High Court in two successful dispute resolutions through expert mediation in the power and gas sector. He successfully argued important cases such as Barrister Asfandyar Khan v. Government of Punjab, PLD 2018 Lahore 300; DH Travels v. Commissioner Enforcement, 2018 PTD 657 [Lahore]; and Nishat Hotel v. The Province of Punjab, 2019 PTD 2050 [Lahore].

He is also the author of two treatises namely, Syntax of Sales Tax on Services (Karachi: Pakistan Law House, 2018); and Banking Law & Jurisprudence (Karachi: Pakistan Law House, 2019).


Rana Amar Asif
Rana Amar Asif

Rana Amar Asif joined the chambers in 2020 as an Associate. He completed his LL.B (Hons.) from University of London by securing an overall grade of 2:1 and a distinction in Islamic Law. Amar received his schooling from Aitchison College,…