Omer Imran Malik

Judicial powers

Judicial powers

Suo motu is a power that needs to be regulated.

Published Jun 18, 2020 07:13am
Vagueness doctrine

Vagueness doctrine

A law criminalising certain speech or action cannot be imprecise.

Published Mar 23, 2020 07:09am
Above the law?

Above the law?

The legal community must ask itself: ‘Who watches the watchmen?’

Published Jan 06, 2020 07:37am
CSB’s prerogative

CSB’s prerogative

The promise of serious reforms has been sidelined.

Published Dec 19, 2019 07:23am
AACPO appeal

AACPO appeal

Under Article 8, no law is valid if it violates fundamental rights.

Published Nov 06, 2019 07:25am
Fundamental rights

Fundamental rights

Constitutional guarantees have been done away with by the AACPO.

Published Oct 17, 2019 07:18am
Avenging Salahuddin

Avenging Salahuddin

His taunt became a haunting critique of our justice system.

Published Sep 24, 2019 07:20am
Righting wrongs

Righting wrongs

Over one third of death row appeals end in complete acquittal.

Published Sep 01, 2019 07:22am
Stifling dissent

Stifling dissent

Only parliament can legislate the limits of free speech.

Published Jul 14, 2019 06:55am
Rethinking Peca

Rethinking Peca

Is the cyberlaw even constitutionally valid?

Published Jun 30, 2019 06:57am
Online freedoms

Online freedoms

If speech needs be regulated, it should be by judicial determination.

Published Apr 03, 2019 07:08am
Too little, too late

Too little, too late

The act of enforced disappearance has always been a crime in Pakistan.

Published Feb 04, 2019 06:29am