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Sports Law in Pakistan with Salman Naseer (PCB)

Sports Law in Pakistan with Salman Naseer (PCB)

An Insight Into Sports Law In Pakistan With Salman Naseer, Senior GM Legal Affairs & Secretary to the Board at the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) The following discussion with Mr. Salman Naseer focuses

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

IT Laws

Hinna Fakhar

Will Pakistani Lawyers Become Extinct in the Age of Automation?

Will Pakistani Lawyers Become Extinct in the Age of Automation? “With a new day comes new strength and new thoughts.” Eleanor Roosevelt said this a long time ago, tempting me all these

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

Women Empowerment

Nida Usman Chaudhary

The Fairer Sex In The Legal Profession: Tracing Women’s Place In A Man’s World

The Fairer Sex In The Legal Profession: Tracing Women’s Place In A Man’s World – A critical account of lessons learnt from the Women in Law Dialogue Series – an initiative by the


Zia Ullah Ranjah

A Proposal For Legal Reforms

A Proposal For Legal Reforms My learned friends, I would like to present an open resolution for three important reforms before this august house—a house of wisdom, virtue, knowledge and integrity; a

Fate Of Young Lawyers

Fate Of Young Lawyers The current election season for both Lahore High Court Bar Association and the Lahore Bar Association was recently concluded. Some celebrated their fateful victory, while the others have

lawyers strikes

Asfandyar Khan Tareen

Professional Ethics of Advocates; Bitter Reality Check

Professional Ethics of Advocates; Bitter Reality Check I wear a black coat to uphold the rule of law, but the legal system of my country contains many flaws. I wear a black

lawyers strikes

Umer Gilani

No More Strikes, Please!

No More Strikes, Please! When terrorists struck at a local court in Charsadda on March 7, 2016, and killed more than a dozen innocent people, right inside the court premises, court-going lawyers