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Fatima A Malik

Pakistan & Corruption: Investigation Assistance Or Judicial Assistance Treaties With US, UK, Australia And Canada?

Pakistan & Corruption: Investigation Assistance Or Judicial Assistance Treaties With US, UK, Australia And Canada? The ongoing Panama Case in the Supreme Court Pakistan (SCP) and the recent release of the Final

Brexit: Would The Exit Bring Back Sovereignty To The UK?

Brexit: Would The Exit Bring Back Sovereignty To The UK? For decades the European Union has been confident in the supremacy of its laws over those of the member states which tend


Sarah Mubashir

Ilott v The Blue Cross And Others: A Supreme Court Judgment

Ilott v The Blue Cross And Others: A Supreme Court Judgment To recap, the landmark case of Ilott v Mitson made its way in front of the UK Supreme Court judges in

Human Trafficking And The Lesser Known Evil

Human Trafficking And The Lesser Known Evil Amongst many abduction cases where victims have undergone a long period of captivity before being recovered, there was one famous case involving an American girl,

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Freedom Of Expression Or Freedom To Express Hatred

Freedom Of Expression Or Freedom To Express Hatred Growing up in Pakistan leaves many questions in a person’s mind unanswered. As a student of the law I personally felt on many occasions

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Sana Pirzada

A Need For ‘Good Samaritans Law’ In Pakistan?

A Need For ‘Good Samaritans Law’ In Pakistan? To help or aid a stranger in dire need of medical assistance ought to be one’s moral, ethical and legal duty – unless of


Muhammad Danish

No Real Argument About It: Judges Make Law – Declaratory Theory Is More Or Less Nonsense

No Real Argument About It: Judges Make Law – Declaratory Theory Is More Or Less Nonsense The declaratory theory is a principle concerning the source of law which primarily supports the doctrine

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The BREXIT Referendum

The BREXIT Referendum The verdict given by UK voters through the referendum that has been conducted, embarks on a pathway leading to a stronger national identity and combating ‘democratic deficit’ for the