The morality of the law cannot be separated from the letter of the law.
Updated 25 May, 2023 08:48am
The people are feeling forsaken. Nobody seems to be coming to our aid.
Published 19 Apr, 2023 07:11am
Our society is designed to create and perpetuate these differences.
Published 22 Mar, 2023 06:56am
What approach does a judge adopt towards the law?
Published 25 Dec, 2022 07:06am
In Pakistan, the concept of ‘We the People’ has not really taken root.
Updated 11 Jun, 2022 09:53am
Our courts need to devise a mechanism to provide more information...
Published 24 Apr, 2022 04:44am
Law professors can turn their students into craftsmen.
Published 24 Mar, 2022 07:11am
We could be blocking out great jurists.
Published 06 Feb, 2022 07:03am
Old men — and men only — get the opportunity to monopolise the field of law.
Updated 16 Dec, 2021 07:54am
The court file is somewhere, but somehow, no one knows where.
Updated 14 Nov, 2021 05:05pm
There are at least four problems with short orders.
Published 18 Oct, 2021 06:53am
Great power means no one dare ask you questions.
Published 19 Sep, 2021 06:45am
Our legal system has yet to develop a mechanism for the recognition of claims brought under tort law.
Updated 26 Aug, 2021 08:47am
The preferred method in courtrooms is the tactic of surprise.
Published 08 Jul, 2021 07:53am
When the additional justices are not confirmed, it imposes a cost on the public.
Updated 07 Jun, 2021 10:03am
We breed slaves aplenty in our own homeland.
Published 16 May, 2021 05:44am
Pakistan’s approach to BITs has been flawed.
Published 25 Apr, 2021 06:20am
Courts must have limited tolerance for irregularities in polls.
Published 11 Apr, 2021 07:43am
Lawyers have shown that the fraternity abides by tribalistic values...
Published 27 Feb, 2021 07:09am
It can take decades to get a judgement.
Published 10 Nov, 2020 06:56am