Tag Archives: Students

CTL – School/College Representatives


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CTL – School/College Representatives

CTL – School/College Representatives We are now accepting applications for CourtingTheLaw’s focal persons and representatives at schools and colleges in Pakistan (Application deadline 5th December 2016). Click on the link below to

Court Seeks Final Arguments In BISE Case On Policy Restricting Students Under 12 From Enrolling In Class 9

Court Seeks Final Arguments In BISE Case On Policy Restricting Students Under 12 From Enrolling In Class 9 A Lahore High Court division bench has sought final arguments on several identical petitions

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Private Schools-Parents-State: The Hate Triangle

Private Schools-Parents-State: The Hate Triangle Recent events have changed the way a student looks at his/her educational institution. The parent-school tussle does not have a party that is entirely wrong. Strong emotions

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Call For Papers: University College Lahore & American Bar Association’s Human Rights Review

Call For Papers: University College Lahore & American Bar Association’s Human Rights Review University College Lahore and The American Bar Association-Rule of Law Initiative’s annual collaborative venture, “The Human Rights Review” is

ONE Day Training Course On LEGISLATIVE DRAFTING (Techniques And Practice) By SOL

ONE Day Training Course On LEGISLATIVE DRAFTING (Techniques And Practice) By SOL In advancement of its aim to raise awareness in Pakistan regarding Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in Law, School of Law

European Union Rights Court Permits Secret Hearing

European Union Rights Court Permits Secret Hearing The European Court for Human Rights dismissed the claims of three students who said that their almost two weeks of detention without charges violated their

Nottingham Law School Turned Into A ‘Teaching Law Firm’

Nottingham Law School Turned Into A ‘Teaching Law Firm’  A law school in Nottingham has managed to turn itself into a law firm that will be staffed by unqualified students. Solicitors Regulation