Tag Archives: Supreme Court of Pakistan


Hassan Raza

Foreign Arbitration Agreements – A Pakistani Perspective

Foreign Arbitration Agreements – A Pakistani Perspective Recently, a fellow columnist authored an article[1] titled “Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards In Pakistan” published on 15 December 2018, which sets out an opinion


Hamzah Asad

Aasia Bibi – More Sinned Against than Sinning

Aasia Bibi – More Sinned Against than Sinning Recently a judgment was announced by the European Court of Human Rights in which it was categorically stated that disparaging religious doctrines by way

Reinstatement of PARC Employees – A Constitutional Dilemma

Reinstatement of PARC Employees – A Constitutional Dilemma An interesting legal proposition has cropped up before the Islamabad High Court (IHC) while adjudicating upon the case for reinstatement of 269 employees of


Kamran Adil

Impact Of Sughran Bibi Case On Criminal Justice System Of Pakistan

Impact Of Sughran Bibi Case On Criminal Justice System Of Pakistan Situational Analysis Pakistan’s Constitution adheres to the principle of the rule of law. Accordingly, it provides for the treatment of every


Hassan Raza

Foreign Arbitration Laws – An Appellate Adventure of Pakistani Courts

Foreign Arbitration Laws – An Appellate Adventure of Pakistani Courts Pakistan is an agro-economic country that benefits from the sale of grains, rice, cotton yield and textile to the foreign investors. These

Discrimination In Appointment Of Female Judges To The Supreme Court

Discrimination In Appointment Of Female Judges To The Supreme Court To this day, there has not been a single female judge in the Supreme Court of Pakistan, the highest court of the

Critical Analysis Of The Anti Rape And Anti Honor Killing Laws In Pakistan

Critical Analysis Of The Anti Rape And Anti Honor Killing Laws In Pakistan Introduction Women in Pakistan have long been oppressed and denied justice. Even the subject of rape has long been

A Good Police Service Is The State’s Best Bet Against Crime

A Good Police Service Is The State’s Best Bet Against Crime An effective, well-functioning and self-disciplined police service is mandatory for the countering insurgency and terrorism in any country. Unfortunately, for many

Views On Justice Khosa’s Dissent

Views On Justice Khosa’s Dissent The highly anticipated judgment in the Panama Leaks case was finally announced on April 20, 2017 by a five-member bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan. The Prime

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Tahir Mehmood

Jurisprudentia of Justice Jawwad S. Khawaja

Jurisprudentia of Justice Jawwad S. Khawaja  TABLE OF CONTENTS ABSTRACT AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF JUSTICE JAWWAD S. KHAWAJA FUNDAMENTAL LAW: THE CONSTITUTION SUPREMACY OF CONSTITUTION REJECTED THE SUPREMACY OF PARLIAMENT PRINCIPAL OF PUBLIC RULE

Judicial Interpretation Of The Right To Life

Judicial Interpretation Of The Right To Life The right to life is a fundamental right and is protected under the Constitution in a democracy. Given this constitutional nature, its language is expected to


Faisal Khan

When Quality Of Justice Does Not Matter

When Quality Of Justice Does Not Matter No society can exist without justice. Justice is delivered by an independent judiciary and an efficient administration. Much has been written about the independence of

Beyond Morality And Legality

Beyond Morality And Legality “Piety and moral conduct construct the countries and prolong the ages” says Imam Jafar Sadiq. Moral intellectualism is a view according to which genuine moral knowledge must take