Tag Archives: accountability


Haris Azmat

Transparency In Judicial Appointments

Transparency In Judicial Appointments “Quis custodiet ipsos custodies?”  This is a satirical query posed by poet-philosopher Juvenal in Ancient Rome which literally means, “Who will guard the guards? ” In our jurisprudence,


Zafar Zulqarnain Sahi

The Writ is Up For Grabs

The Writ is Up For Grabs When state gets into the habit of surrendering its writ, several claimants begin to emerge from within itself. Chunk by chunk the writ is torn apart

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


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

IGvRN

The Case That Shook India: Indira Gandhi vs Raj Narain

The Case That Shook India: Indira Gandhi vs Raj Narain There is no denying the fact that Indian courts have contributed more towards the development of law, doctrines and jurisprudence as compared


Abdullah Mohammad

Flaws in the National Accountability Ordinance (Xviii of 1999)

Flaws in the National Accountability Ordinance (Ordinance Number Xviii of 1999) – Scrutiny and Analysis Before we dive into the intricacies of the dreaded Ordinance, we must understand its historical inception. This


Kamran Adil

Police Reforms Through The Law and Justice Commission Of Pakistan

Police Reforms Through The Law and Justice Commission Of Pakistan The talk about the justice sector’s reform in Pakistan is often apocryphal and the reason for it is clear: it does not