Muhammad Asfandyar is an LLM candidate at USC Gould School of Law. He is a licensed attorney at District and Sessions Court in Pakistan. He specializes in several legal fields, including Public Law, Criminal Law, Commercial and Business Law. He is the recipient of the KL-YES scholarship through which he spent an academic year (2012-13) in Indianapolis, IN (USA) as an exchange student. He is associated with The Kathmandu Dialogue (KD), a summer school arranged by the Kathmandu School of Law, as the former Vice President of its Alumni Association. He has worked as a Program Officer for the second edition of KD (2019) and is the youngest founding member of the AALP. Working as a Research Officer with the Kathmandu School of Law, he helped organize International Confluence of Academicians 2020 (a virtual offshoot of KD). He completed the Crossroads Emerging Leaders Program (virtual), a learning initiative of Harvard University, in 2020. He remained the Lead Researcher of Project Bajho (a research project related to the environmental policies of SAARC countries). The project was accomplished with joint efforts from Millennium Fellowship (Millennium Campus Network, UNAI) and KSL.