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Interview with Tahir Iqbal, Executive Director, Legal Rights Forum

Interview with Tahir Iqbal, Executive Director, Legal Rights Forum

Interview with Tahir Iqbal, Executive Director, Legal Rights Forum Izza Rizvi: Please tell us about Legal Rights Forum and your motivation to work there. Tahir Iqbal: Legal Rights Forum (LRF) constantly works for human


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


Muhammad Abdullah Saeed

International Human Rights and Religious Expression

International Human Rights and Religious Expression Abstract International law is a much-ignored essential component of legal studies, especially in Pakistan. Dilemmas faced by religious minorities, even in developed Western states, are on

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3 Sessions – Business and Law School Inaugural Week

3 Sessions – Business and Law School Inaugural Week We are pleased to invite you to sessions on the University of London International LLB and LLM programs, Tort Law, and Human Rights

Anumtah

In Conversation With Pakistani Lawyer, Anumtah Gul

In Conversation With Pakistani Lawyer, Anumtah Gul Interviewer: After obtaining two foreign degrees (LLB and LLM), what difficulties have you faced during your practice in Pakistan? Interviewee: People mostly fantasize that the life

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Maria Khan

Corporate Abuse: Transnational Corporations and Violation of Human Rights

Corporate Abuse: Transnational Corporations and Violation of Human Rights On 11th September, 2012, a fire broke out at the Ali Enterprises textile factory located in Pakistan. As a result of the fire,


Kamran Adil

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

The Sinner

“The Sinner” – 1800 Executions Later, Jan Masih Considers His Life’s Work

Human Rights Through Cinematography: “The Sinner” – 1800 Executions Later, Jan Masih Considers His Life’s Work In The Sinner,  an executioner, who has hanged at least 1800 Pakistani prisoners and has never allowed interviews before,

Why Is The “Humanization” Of Humanitarian Law Not A Good Idea?

Why Is The “Humanization” Of Humanitarian Law Not A Good Idea? Military necessity is the raison d’être of international humanitarian law (IHL). It permits measures which are actually necessary to accomplish a