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Foreign Arbitration Agreements – A Pakistani Perspective


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

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Hamzah Asad

Aasia Bibi – More Sinned Against than Sinning

Aasia Bibi – More Sinned Against than Sinning Recently a judgment was announced by the European Court of Human Rights in which it was categorically stated that disparaging religious doctrines by way

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Ayesha Shaikh

Challenges of Mainstreaming Renewable Energy in Pakistan’s Generation Mix

Challenges of ‘Mainstreaming’ Renewable Energy in Pakistan’s Generation Mix This article does not claim to be academic work which follows the same rigorous and uncompromising standards of accuracy, analysis and reasoning of

Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Pakistan

Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Pakistan In the international arena, the convention that regulates enforcement of foreign arbitral awards is the United Nations Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign

Reinstatement of PARC Employees – A Constitutional Dilemma

Reinstatement of PARC Employees – A Constitutional Dilemma An interesting legal proposition has cropped up before the Islamabad High Court (IHC) while adjudicating upon the case for reinstatement of 269 employees of

Claustrophobic Courtrooms, Broken Benches and Tattered Toilets: Abysmal Judicial Infrastructure Delaying Justice

Claustrophobic Courtrooms, Broken Benches and Tattered Toilets: How Our Abysmal Judicial Infrastructure is Contributing to the Delay of Justice The judiciary is thought to be one of the most powerful institutions in

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Mehak Adil

FATF “Grey List” – The Way Forward For Pakistan

FATF “Grey List” – The Way Forward For Pakistan  [Note: The author has worked on this comprehensive paper with Barrister Taimur Malik, an international law expert and Founder of Courting The Law.


Ayda Hassan

Climate Change Legislation in Pakistan – A Road to Nowhere

Climate Change Legislation in Pakistan – A Road to Nowhere Pakistan’s romancing of climate change action spans over two decades from the first time it ratified the United Nations Framework Convention on

Fragmented Framework Of Legal Education In Pakistan

Fragmented Framework Of Legal Education In Pakistan The legal education system of Pakistan is in a state of serious crisis and this is evident as we have been unable to lay out

Pakistan’s Juvenile Justice

Pakistan’s Juvenile Justice Pakistan is a signatory to the Convention on the Rights of Child (CRC). Article 37 of the CRC asks state parties to ensure the following: (a) No child shall be


Kamran Adil

Should Pakistan Regulate the Internet of Things?

Should Pakistan Regulate the Internet of Things? Introduction New technologies invariably produce challenges and opportunities. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the latest of these technologies and is developing at a fast


Zaeem Mumtaz Bhatti

Can Advisors and Special Assistants be Accorded the Status of Ministers?

Can Advisors and Special Assistants be Accorded the Status of Ministers? By way of introduction, parliamentary democracy, federalism and provincial autonomy are concepts that are deeply embedded within the constitutional fabric of

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Yusra Sohail

Is The Misuse of Pakistan’s Blasphemy Law Wiping Out Its Religious Minorities?

Is The Misuse of Pakistan’s Blasphemy Law Wiping Out Its Religious Minorities? The foundation of Pakistan was meant to provide the Muslims of India with a homeland in which they could reside