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Improving Legal Education In Pakistan with Online Platforms

Improving Legal Education In Pakistan with Online Platforms

Improving Legal Education In Pakistan with Online Platforms The Supreme Court of Pakistan in Constitution Petition No.134 of 2012 provided detailed reasons for its short order dated 31 August 2018 regarding the issue

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Jawwad Raza Sultan

Things You Cannot Express – According to Pakistani Law

Things You Cannot Express – According to Pakistani Law Introduction Human beings have marshaled for centuries. Unfortunately, the person in chains according to Rousseau still quests to gain the right which has become a privilege


Hassan Ejaz Khan

Fundamental Rights vs Section 144 of Criminal Procedure Code

Fundamental Rights vs Section 144 of Criminal Procedure Code In November 2016, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), currently the ruling political party in Pakistan, had called its young members to attend a youth convention.

Dispelling Perception of Corruption as a Requisite to Excellence on Rule of Law Index

Dispelling Perception of Corruption as a Requisite to Excellence on Rule of Law Index The United Nations Convention on Corruption (UNCAC) entered into force in 2005 and once it had been ratified by


Ramsha Shahid

Life Imprisonment: A Way Forward

Life Imprisonment: A Way Forward Liberty is the lifeline of every human being. Life without liberty is ‘lasting’ but not ‘living’. Freedom of all kinds is considered as one of the most


Amna Iqbal

Medical Malpractice: An Alarming Situation in Pakistan

Medical Malpractice: An Alarming Situation in Pakistan The term ‘medical negligence’ is often used synonymously with ‘medical malpractice’ and for most purposes that is adequate. Medical negligence is an act or omission