Who we are

Markets for Social Justice is a group of individuals committed to promoting fair market regulations that enable the provision of social justice.

Dr. Joseph Wilson

Dr. Joseph Wilson is the founding Executive Director of Markets for Social Justice (MSJ). A lawyer by profession, licensed to practice in New York, USA; Ontario, Canada; and Punjab Pakistan, Dr. Wilson has over 30 year experience in market regulations, including as a former Chairman and Commissioner of the Competition Commission of Pakistan, where he served from 2007 to 2016. Dr. Wilson. earned Master of Laws LL.M., (in corporate law) from the University of Georgia, Athens, USA, and another LL.M., and Doctor of Civil Law (Dean's Honor List) from McGill University.

Dr. Wilson is an adjunct Professor at McGill University’s Faculty of Law, and serves on the International Advisory Board of the Loyola University Chicago’s Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies. He has authored a number law journal articles, book chapters, judicial opinions and a book titled “Globalization and the Limits of National Merger Control Laws.

Contact: Jwilson@marketsforsocialjustice.com

Nadia Nabi

Nadia Nabi has twenty years of vast legal experience with fourteen years in different public regulatory bodies. She holds an LLM from National University of Singapore. She is admitted and enrolled on roll of Bar Council in Pakistan. As a practicing lawyer she was engaged in both contentious and non-contentious legal practice.

As a public servant she has worked at the policy level to develop market regulations and was also engaged in advocacy and outreach programs. She has conducted investigations, reviewed national legislations and executive orders and worked with international competition fora on various competition and consumer welfare issues. She advised on affairs of power sector including impact on environment and worked on legal framework to develop a competitive market in power sector of Pakistan. Nadia was a functional Member of Medical Authority in Pakistan to regulate medical colleges and professionals and adjudicated upon disputes to ensure meritocracy and safe doctors in Pakistan.

Senior Reserach Fellow

Faiqa Ibrahim

Faiqa Ibrahim is a women’s rights advocate, with over 23 years of varied legal experience, including16 years as an academic. Faiqa’s work has focused on underprivileged and marginalized groups in Pakistan. She did work on Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) – Pakistan Chapter, and has also worked with UNDP, Ministry of Women Development of Pakistan, in capacity building of under-privileged women, especially focusing on equal opportunities for women entrepreneurs. She holds an LL.M. from McGill University, Canada, and is licensed to practice law in the High Courts in Pakistan


Senior Reserach Fellow

Aleezay Khaliq

Aleezay Khaliq is a PhD candidate and an Adjunct Professor in the Sociology Department at George Mason University. Prior to pursuing her doctoral studies, she was working for the Competition Commission of Pakistan, where she served in various departments including mergers and acquisitions, cartels and trade abuses and international affairs. Before joining the commission, she worked in the development sector for a couple of years. She also taught development economics at Iqra University, Islamabad Campus from 2014 to 2017. She holds a BSc economics from Lahore University of Management Sciences and an MSc economics from University of Leicester, UK.


Director (outreach)