The court file is somewhere, but somehow, no one knows where.
There are at least four problems with short orders.
Great power means no one dare ask you questions.
Our legal system has yet to develop a mechanism for the recognition of claims brought under tort law.
The preferred method in courtrooms is the tactic of surprise.
When the additional justices are not confirmed, it imposes a cost on the public.
We breed slaves aplenty in our own homeland.
Pakistan’s approach to BITs has been flawed.
Courts must have limited tolerance for irregularities in polls.
Lawyers have shown that the fraternity abides by tribalistic values...
It can take decades to get a judgement.
The deeds of a few unfairly tarnish the whole fraternity.
In our courtrooms, there is no Justitia.
What happens when umpires decide to also participate in the game?
Our superior courts do not have a real legal tradition.