ARTICLE- 209, SUPREME JUDICIAL COUNCIL (1) There shall be a Supreme Judicial Council of Pakistan, in this Chapter referred to as the Council. (2) The Council shall consist of, (a) the Chief Justice of Pakistan; (b) the two next most senior Judges of the Supreme Court; and (c) the two most senior Chief Justices of… Read More Supreme Judicial Council of Pakistan
The 17th Amendment to the Constitution brought a significant change in Article 209 of the Constitution. Prior to the Amendment, the Council could process only such matters as were referred to it by the President. Under the amended Article 209, the Council, besides a reference from the President, may, also on its own account, inquire… Read More THE SUPREME JUDICIAL COUNCIL [Pakistan]PROCEDURE OF INQUIRY, 2005
ln exercise of powers conferred by Article 209(8) of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, 1973, the Supreme Judicial Council in its meeting on 8th August, 2009 approved the addition of a new Article No. XI in the Code of Conduct for Judges of the supreme Court and High Courts and in its meeting on 29th August, 2009 decided to publish the full text of amended Code of Conduct in the Gazette of Pakistan (Extraordinary) for information of all concerned as under:-
Code of Conduct for Judges of the Supreme Court and High Courts (Framed by the Supreme Judicial Council under Article 128 (4) of the 1962 Constitution as amended upto date under Article 209 (8) of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan 1973).… Read More Supreme Judicial Council of Pakistan-Code of Conduct
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government had introduced the 13th amendment in the interim constitution of AJK on May 31, 2018. Moreover, instead of originating the bill either in the council or the assembly, the government of AJK presented it directly in the joint sitting of AJK council and legislative assembly on the same day and… Read More Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government had introduced the 13th amendment in the interim constitution of AJK on May 31, 2018.
PAKISTAN BAR COUNCIL LEGAL EDUCATION RULES, 2015 section 4. Admission to LL.B. class: (i) A person having passed the examination of Higher Secondary Education i.e. Intermediate [or equivalent], shall be eligible for admission to 1st year of (5 years) LL.B. programme. [Provided that a person having passed his Bachelor degree examination during 2015-16, will be… Read More Who are competent to take admission for LLB Degree in Pakistan
Persons qualified for admission as advocates.– Subject to the provisions of this Act and the rules made thereunder, a person shall be qualified to be admitted as an advocate if he fulfils the following conditions, namely:- (a) he is a citizen of Pakistan or a person deriving his nationality from the State of Jammu and Kashmir… Read More LEGAL PRACTITIONERS AND BAR COUNCILS ACT, 1973 [PAKISTAN]
THE PAKISTAN BAR COUNCIL LEGAL EDUCATION RULES , 2015 PAKISTAN JURISDICTION (1) University of the Punjab, Lahore (2) Karachi University, Karachi (3) University of Sindh, Hyderabad (4) University of Baluchistan, Quetta (5) Bahauddin Zakria University, Multan (6) Peshawar University, Peshawar (7) Gomal University, Dera Ismail Khan (8) Shah Abdul Latif University, Khairpur (9) Islamia University,… Read More LAW DEGREE BY UNIVERSITIES RECOGNISED BY PAKISTAN BAR COUNCIL
Ministry of Interior 2. National Police Bureaue 3. Punjab Police 4. Sindh Police 5. Islamabad Police 6. KP Police 7. Balochistan Police 8. Gilgit-Baltistan Police 9. AJ & K Police 10. NH & M Police 11. Railways Police 12. Frontier Constabulary 13. National Police Academy 14. National Police Foundation 15. Intelligence Bureau 16. NFSA 17.… Read More Pakistan Police Organisation
A three-member bench headed by Justice Umar Ata Bandial of the Supreme Court of Pakistan set aside on Friday 31st June 2018 the lifetime disqualification of the former foreign minister Khawaja Mohammad Asif. The bench, which also comprises Justices Faisal Arab and Sajjad Ali Shah, had earlier reserved its decision on the appeal filed by the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz stalwart… Read More Khawaja Asif is now eligible to contest in upcoming elections as held by Pakistan Supreme Court
All India Muslim League on 9 March 1929 at Delhi Jinnah’s Fourteen points WERE 1. The form of the future constitution should be federal with the residuary powers vested in the provinces. 2. A uniform measure of autonomy shall be granted to all provinces. 3. All legislatures in the country and other elected bodies shall be constituted on… Read More Jinnah’s Fourteen points were rejected by Congress ultimately push Jinna to ask for Pakistan.