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Pak-Turk Schools Case and Proposals for Regulating Supreme Court’s Powers Under A.184(3)


Umer Gilani

Pak-Turk Schools Case and Proposals for Regulating Supreme Court’s Powers Under A.184(3)

Pak-Turk Schools Case and Proposals for Regulating Supreme Court’s Powers Under A.184(3) [Download the Supreme Court’s judgment in the Pak-Turk Schools case here: SC Judgment – Pak Turk Schools] On the 13th of December,

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Riffat Butt

Kulbhushan, ICJ and Pakistan – Jurisdiction and Jurisprudence

Kulbhushan, ICJ and Pakistan – Jurisdiction and Jurisprudence The International Court of Justice (ICJ) in Hague has begun oral proceedings in the Kulbhushan Jadhav case between India and Pakistan. The ICJ had already

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Waqas Ghazi

Foreign Direct Investment and Intellectual Property Rights Under CPEC [Part 2]

Understanding Foreign Direct Investment and Intellectual Property Rights in the Context of CPEC [Part 2] In the last article, the issues that were examined included the fundamentals of foreign direct investment (FDI), its definition,


Aamina Islam

Has the Judicial System Legitimized Undemocratic Systems in the Past?

Has the Judicial System Legitimized Undemocratic Systems in the Past? Introduction – Democracy and the Rule of Law Owing to constant unconstitutional behaviors in the past, Pakistan has remained a weak democratic

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Contribution Of Justice A.R. Cornelius To The Jurisprudence Of Pakistan

Contribution Of Justice A.R. Cornelius To The Jurisprudence Of Pakistan It is true that the underdevelopment of jurisprudence owing to a lack of juristic work has been a norm since the creation

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Waqas Ghazi

Foreign Direct Investment and Intellectual Property Rights Under CPEC [Part 1]

Understanding Foreign Direct Investment and Intellectual Property Rights in the Context of CPEC [Part 1] This is the first article in a series of articles which will examine FDI, CPEC and IPRs. There is


Muhammad Usman Ghani

Questionable Tinkering With Retirement Age of Senior Judiciary

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: Questionable Tinkering With Retirement Age of Senior Judiciary Let us first get one thing straight, and this humble author would be the first to concede the


Hassan Raza

Foreign Arbitration Agreements – A Pakistani Perspective

Foreign Arbitration Agreements – A Pakistani Perspective Recently, a fellow columnist authored an article[1] titled “Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards In Pakistan” published on 15 December 2018, which sets out an opinion