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What Do Recent Reforms In Legal Education Mean For Foreign Law Graduates?

What Do Recent Reforms In Legal Education Mean For Foreign Law Graduates?

What Do Recent Reforms In Legal Education Mean For Foreign Law Graduates? During the Second World War, when the Germans were wreaking havoc over London with incessant attacks, Sir Winston Churchill, the

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Why Have We Written A Book On Family Laws In Pakistan?

Why Have We Written A Book On Family Laws In Pakistan? Dr Cheema and I have recently published a book titled Family Laws in Pakistan (Oxford University Press 2018). Before we started to

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Police Reforms Through The Law and Justice Commission Of Pakistan

Police Reforms Through The Law and Justice Commission Of Pakistan The talk about the justice sector’s reform in Pakistan is often apocryphal and the reason for it is clear: it does not

Child Labour In Pakistan: A Downplayed Issue

Child Labour In Pakistan: A Downplayed Issue The issue of child labour has been marred with many discrepancies over the years. What has remained constant throughout, however, is the fact that this

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Fahad Ahmad Siddiqi

Backlog Of Child Custody Cases In Pakistan: Decreasing Delays

Backlog Of Child Custody Cases In Pakistan: Decreasing Delays Introduction This research paper intends on formulating a strategy for delay decrease and the prompt clearance of the buildup of cases in child


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.

Will Khadija’s Case Finally Herald Justice For Women Of The Country?

Will Khadija’s Case Finally Herald Justice For Women Of The Country? The dark side of  lawyers’ cartel in Pakistan has been exposed in the case of law student Khadija Siddiqui, who was

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