By Admin On December 10, 2019

Ownership of Ideas vs Free Access: Copyrights vs Dissemination of Knowledge

Ownership of Ideas vs Free Access: How far are Copyrights Justifiable Against Dissemination of Knowledge? Introduction This article aims to trace the origin and development of copyright. It further aims to analyze the concept of ownership of ideas in light of the theories of property right propounded by John Locke and other eminent theorists. The […]
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By Admin On December 7, 2019

Ministry of Health Passes Amendments To Make Way For Ambulances

Ministry of Health Passes Amendments To Make Way For Ambulances In November 2019, the Health Minister of Sindh at an event organized by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in collaboration with Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST) Karachi announced that they had successfully made amendments to Sindh’s Provincial Motor […]
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By Admin On December 5, 2019

Why the Office of Commissioner Inland Revenue (Appeals) is Unconstitutional [Part 1]

Why the Office of Commissioner Inland Revenue (Appeals) is Unconstitutional [Part 1] The separation of powers is a cornerstone of the Constitution of Pakistan, 1973.[1] It is one of the salient features of our Constitution and has been recognized by the High Courts as well as the Supreme Court. In the early days, the separation of the […]
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By Admin On December 5, 2019

Why the Office of Commissioner Inland Revenue (Appeals) is Unconstitutional [Part 1]

Why the Office of Commissioner Inland Revenue (Appeals) is Unconstitutional [Part 1] The separation of powers is a cornerstone of the Constitution of Pakistan, 1973.[1] It is one of the salient features of our Constitution and has been recognized by the High Courts as well as the Supreme Court. In the early days, the separation of the […]
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By Admin On November 28, 2019

Scope of Administrative and Judicial Powers Revisited

Scope of Administrative and Judicial Powers Revisited On 16th July 2019, the Supreme Court of Pakistan made available a series of judgments on its website. One particular judgment/order that has garnered attention is one rendered in Civil Appeal 699 of 2017 titled Commandant, Elite Force Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Peshawar v Jamshed Ali and others.[1] The facts […]
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By Admin On November 27, 2019

Inaccessibility of Legal Remedy Cured by Technology

Inaccessibility of Legal Remedy Cured by Technology Amartya Sen’s idea of human well-being revolves around intangible, as well as tangible factors. According to Sen, the very basis of human liberty is a human being’s ability to achieve true potential. Knitting the two expositions together, one learns that both the aforementioned factors must be fully utilized […]
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By Admin On November 26, 2019

Burden of Proof

Burden of Proof The law relating to burden of proof is part of the law of evidence concerned with the production of evidence. It is an obligation created for a party having a claim against another party and is governed by certain rules. These rules have their foundation in the principles of natural reason, supplemented by additional […]
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By Admin On November 24, 2019

In Conversation with Barrister Benazir Jatoi

In Conversation with Barrister Benazir Jatoi Hinna Fakhar met with Barrister Benazir Jatoi and discussed her work with human rights advocacy and legislation, having a multidisciplinary approach to law, the importance of an enabling environment for women in law, working in Nigeria and publishing Braille books, and her stance on the death penalty. Watch the interview […]
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By Admin On November 22, 2019

Improving Legal Education In Pakistan with Online Platforms

Improving Legal Education In Pakistan with Online Platforms The Supreme Court of Pakistan in Constitution Petition No.134 of 2012 provided detailed reasons for its short order dated 31 August 2018 regarding the issue of the standard of legal education in the country. From abolishing the three-year LL.B programme to replacing it with a five-year programme, the […]
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