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Duty Of The Advocates To Rule Of Law

Duty Of The Advocates To Rule Of Law

Duty Of The Advocates To Rule Of Law “… The rule of law depends upon public confidence and public acceptance of the judicial system; therefore, anything which tends to undermine that confidence

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Pakistan: A Permanent Building Or A Tent

Pakistan: A Permanent Building Or A Tent The last Viceroy of British India, Lord Mountbatten in a brutally blunt metaphor, stated: “administratively it was the difference between putting up a permanent building,

Should Jirgas Be Given Constitutional Cover?

Should Jirgas Be Given Constitutional Cover? The philosophy of an Islamic judicial system is none other than what has been told by Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), “People before you were


Usama Malik

International Criminal Court (ICC): The Impediments

International Criminal Court (ICC): The Impediments to ICC’s Efficient Working in Reprimanding Individuals for Crimes of Concern to the International Community Introduction At the time of the establishment of International Criminal Court there was


Javeria Younes

How the Parallel Judicial System of Jirga Perpetuates Injustice For Pakistani Women

How the Parallel Judicial System of Jirga Perpetuates Injustice For Pakistani Women Women in Pakistan continue to fall prey to jirgas, a parallel justice system held by the influential and landholding aristocracy. Rape

The Judiciary And ADR Centres In Punjab

The Judiciary And ADR Centres In Punjab Our judiciary is often blamed for providing slow relief to litigants. This and other related accusations are made towards the judiciary without realising some very

Panamagate: Not A Historic Decision For Sure

Panamagate: Not A Historic Decision For Sure Sorry to say but the short order announced in the Panama case today (on 20 April 2017) by the Supreme Court of Pakistan does not

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An Interview With Asma Jahangir

An Interview With Asma Jahangir Once again military courts are all the rage. Yes, there was a ‘sunset clause’ when the APS tragedy forced the 21st amendment two years ago. And, sure, for


Syed Junaid Arshad

Criminal Justice System In Pakistan: A Critical Analysis

Criminal Justice System In Pakistan: A Critical Analysis Executive Summary The Criminal Justice System in Pakistan comprises of five components i.e. the police, judiciary, prisons, prosecution, probation and parole. This study discusses