Pamir Ehsas assists Norwegian and international businesses with IT contracts, data protection/privacy law, information security, regulatory compliance, and other issues related to law and technology.
Pamir has a master’s degree in law from the University of Oslo and a master’s degree public policy from the University of Oxford. Both degrees are specialisations in the field of technology, particularly with respect to public policy assessments of digitisation, information security and privacy.
Pamir has shown exceptional social commitment. As the founder and head of Brighter Tomorrow, he has ensured an education for more than 2,200 children in Afghanistan and has also developed the first EdTech platform in Afghanistan. He has written articles for the Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten and has participated in Norwegian Parliament hearings and UN Assemblies. His efforts have been recognised with awards bestowed by the UN, Crown Prince Haakon, DN, Finansavisen, E24, Amnesty International and Forbes.
|2023||Lawyer, Brækhus Advokatfirma|
|2021 - 2023||Associate, Brækhus Advokatfirma|
|2021 - 2021||Researcher, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford|
|2018 - 2020||Victims Participation and Reparations Advisor, The International Criminal Court|
|2017 - 2018||Civil Society Speaker, Stortinget|
|2015 - 2017||Youth delegate, UN|
|2015 - 2016||Youth editor and columnist, Aftenposten|
- Founder and CEO, Brighter Tomorrow
- Founder and leader of Studentaksjonen
- Member of Oxford Union
|2021||Master of Public Policy (MPP), University of Oxford|
|2020||Master of Laws, University of Oslo|
|2019||Political Economy (Cert.HE), University of Oxford|
|2014||Fulbright scholarship, U.S. Dept. of State and Fulbrights Leadership Institute|
|Lawyers' practising certificate|
|2021||Pakistan`s State Sponsored Terrorism in Afghanistan: Accountability Under International Law|
|2017||Preventing the Sorrow Fate of Afghan Children From Occurring Again|