Going before ‘neutral arbiters’ seems pointless to citizens.
Justice must be done with the reviled, the abominable, the abhorred.
Without the right ideals, it is hard to prop up the law.
There are many reasons why lawyers here are the way they are.
It must be stressed that each person is responsible for his own conduct.
Man can be viewed as an object to be controlled, disciplined, indoctrinated.
The morality of the law cannot be separated from the letter of the law.
The people are feeling forsaken. Nobody seems to be coming to our aid.
Our society is designed to create and perpetuate these differences.
What approach does a judge adopt towards the law?
In Pakistan, the concept of ‘We the People’ has not really taken root.
Our courts need to devise a mechanism to provide more information...
Law professors can turn their students into craftsmen.
We could be blocking out great jurists.
Old men — and men only — get the opportunity to monopolise the field of law.
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.