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The Case of Colonel Joseph in Light of International Law


The Case of Colonel Joseph in Light of International Law

The Case of Colonel Joseph in Light of International Law I- INTRODUCTION In the modern world, the sovereignty of the state is best exercised by applying its national laws, which are more

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What is Courting The Law?

Greetings from Courting The Law!  We were recently part of a news coverage that named our Founder, Mr. Taimur Malik as a probable candidate for the interim Federal Cabinet, following which the


Hashim Ali Gill

The Concept Of Rule Of Law And Whether Pakistan Fulfills Its Requirements

The Concept Of Rule Of Law And Whether Pakistan Fulfills Its Requirements The rule of law is a concept which is capable of different interpretations by different people. Of all constitutional concepts,

Panama Aftermath – A Need For A Constitutional Amendment

Panama Aftermath – A Need For A Constitutional Amendment The Panama Saga has finally come to an end (though one can, in the light of the references sent to NAB and the

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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

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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Judicial Accountability Begins At Home

Judicial Accountability Begins At Home  Ch. Muhammad Akram v Registrar Islamabad High Court (IHC) The Honorable Supreme Court of Pakistan, in a recent judgment titled Ch. Muhammad Akram v Registrar Islamabad High