• Guidelines for Article Submission

    Ziauddin Law Students Association (ZLSA) is accepting submissions for ZU-BLAWGS. All aspiring writers please submit your article before the deadline i.e. October 15th, 2021....

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  • Violation of Minority Rights

    Minority rights are simply human rights, entitled to individuals from birth to death. Over the past century there has been a dramatic increase in the victimization of minorities. Though minority rights have been recognized internationally, the implementation is still a question mark -Aisha Awan...

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  • South Asia can achieve peace and stability

    Today, South Asia is facing many problems, including borderless challenges that need to be solved before it ultimately erodes the countries of South Asia. Issues like poverty disturb the whole system by inducing political and economic turmoil as poverty, and the economy go hand in hand -Zaibunnisa Akram...

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  • Urgent Need for Judicial Reforms in Pakistan

    There are many reasons for urgent judicial reforms in Pakistan, but the most pressing issue is that of the long pendency of cases that have not been resolved. According to the Law and Justice Commission in Pakistan, there are forty thousand cases pending in the Supreme Court -Abdul Rafay...

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  • Why are Law and Politics interconnected?

    Law and politics both are immensely interconnected with each other as politics is the governance and management of a state whereas, the law is a procedure that determines how that state or a collection of states would be governed. -Aizaz Mujtaba...

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  • Role of Women in Pakistani Society

    In the Constitution of Pakistan, it is explicitly stated that there will be no discrimination on the basis of gender. There are legal measures to guarantee that women take part in all circles of public life. Yet there exist customs and conventions which are wholly against Islamic law, and still openly practiced. -Rizwan Mehmood...

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  • DNA Evidence in the Courts

    The Courts in Pakistan only accepts the DNA evidence as a corroboratory but not as the primary evidence which means that all the other evidence of the case would be taken into account including DNA and then the court would reach to a conclusion. -Tahir Shabbir...

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  • Personal Data Protection

    When a person’s data is compromised, it not only makes them lose their privacy but exposes them to vulnerable situations and greater risks they might never want to witness. They may face life-threatening situations unknowingly, such as abduction -Areeba Qureshi...

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  • Global Climate Change

    Man has failed to counter environmental degradation, which has a direct impact on survival of ‘life’. The self-promoted growth of global warming has brewed the threat of global ‘Climate Change.' According to International Energy Agency’s (IEA), energy -Clifford Louis...

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  • Freedom of Media in Pakistan

    Free media comes with a package of advantages such as educating people, raise awareness, developing public opinion, and most importantly, supporting democratic systems, It carries, however, a bundle of disadvantages as well, including biasness -Aamir Ali...

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  • Separation of Powers in Pakistan

    This doctrine is adopted in the light of the fact that a single institution holding all power may act arbitrarily as it would not be accountable to anyone for its actions, which may affect the state negatively. Therefore, it is a key feature of democracy as well -Alishba Fazal ...

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