Tag Archives: Judiciary


Asfandyar Khan Tareen

Highlights of Hon’ble Justice Syed Mansoor Ali Shah’s Tenure at Lahore High Court

 Highlights of Hon’ble Justice Syed Mansoor Ali Shah’s Tenure at Lahore High Court “O you who believe!  Stand firmly for justice…” (Sura An-Nisa – Ch. 4: verse 135 of the Holy Quran)


Rafae Saigal

The Bar To Contest Elections And Hold Office Under Article 62 – Perpetual, Or Transient?

The Bar To Contest Elections And Hold Office Under Article 62 – Perpetual, Or Transient? A larger five-member bench of the Supreme Court is currently hearing several civil appeals pertaining to the


Sheikh Usman Karim ud din

The Question Of Appointment Of Judges Is A Question Of The Independence Of Judiciary

The Question Of Appointment Of Judges Is A Question Of The Independence Of Judiciary A friend recently referred to a published news item about the transfer of a High Court judge from the

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

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, a