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Global Law Firm Clyde & Co Engages Taimur Malik As Partner For Middle East And Pakistan

Global Law Firm Clyde & Co Engages Taimur Malik As Partner For Middle East And Pakistan

Global Law Firm Clyde & Co Engages Taimur Malik As Partner For Middle East And Pakistan Dubai, 10 September – Global law firm Clyde & Co has today announced the appointment of

Learning From The Previous Government’s Policy Failures

Learning From The Previous Government’s Policy Failures Without getting into the Panama Papers and personal conduct of the Sharifs, I simply want to bring your attention to the policy failures of the

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Hassan Raza

Enforcement of First Foreign Arbitral Award Under New York Convention 1958

Recognition and Enforcement of First Foreign Arbitral Award Under New York Convention 1958 Further to my previous article titled “Foreign Arbitration Laws – An Appellate Adventure of Pakistani Courts”[1], in a dramatic

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Muhammad Abdullah Saeed

The Complete Guide To Sino-Pak Bilateral Relations (1951-2018)

The Complete Guide To Sino-Pak Bilateral Relations (1951-2018) The author’s aim before commencing research on this consolidated Sino-Pak Bilateral Relations 1951-2018 article was to strive wholeheartedly and with utmost dedication to make


Muhammad Zafar

Undue Influence – Section 170 (a) (i-vii) of Election Act 2017

Undue Influence – Section 170 (a) (i-vii) of Election Act 2017 This article is not the complete interpretation of S.170 of the Election Act 2017. It is specifically about clause (a) of the Act which has an ‘either-or’ condition,


Qubra Ali

The Brexit Cyclone: EU Withdrawal Bill 2018 and White Paper on UK-EU Relations

The Brexit Cyclone: EU Withdrawal Bill 2018 and White Paper on UK-EU Relations In July 2016, in a historic referendum that shocked the world, the British public voted to leave the European

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Book Review – International and Domestic Arbitration in Pakistan: Law and Practice

Book Review – ‘International and Domestic Arbitration in Pakistan: Law and Practice’ by Rana Rizwan Hussain The importance of arbitration is increasing rapidly at both international and domestic levels. In Pakistan also,


Impact Of Sughran Bibi Case On Criminal Justice System Of Pakistan

Impact Of Sughran Bibi Case On Criminal Justice System Of Pakistan Situational Analysis Pakistan’s Constitution adheres to the principle of the rule of law. Accordingly, it provides for the treatment of every


Muhammad Waseem A. Rana

Plight Of Fresh Law Graduates

Plight Of Fresh Law Graduates On the first day in law college during orientation, institutions traditionally invite senior lawyers to deliver motivational speeches to young students and enlighten them with their experiences.