"EQUAL JUSTICE UNDER LAW" - These words, written over the main entrance to the Supreme Court Building, express the Supreme Court of the United States' ultimate responsibility. The Court is the highest tribunal in the country for all matters and conflicts arising under the United States Constitution or statutes. As the final arbitrator of the law, the Court is tasked with assuring the American people of the promise of equal justice under law, and so serves as the Constitution's custodian and translator.

Impacts& Drawbacks of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the legal field

The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Legal Industry Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been making waves in various industries, and the legal field is no exception. From document review to legal research, AI is...

The challenges & opportunities for foreign direct investment in Pakistan

The challenges and opportunities for foreign direct investment in Pakistan under the current legal framework: Pakistan is a developing country with a rapidly growing economy and a population of over 220 million people. Despite...

The role of Islamic laws in Pakistan legal system

Introduction to Islamic Law in Pakistan Islamic law, also known as sharia law, plays a significant role in the Pakistani legal system. It is based on the teachings of the Quran and the Hadith...

Challenges and Solutions for the Rule of Law in Pakistan

The concept of the rule of law is fundamental to any functioning society. It refers to the idea that all citizens, regardless of their status or power, are subject to the same laws and...

“Protecting the Rights of Children: A Review of Child Laws “

Laws regarding children, also known as child laws, vary by jurisdiction but generally cover issues such as child abuse and neglect, child custody and support, adoption, and juvenile justice. These laws are designed to...

What are Women’s Rights in Islam/How they are Acquired?

Women's right in Islam is a topic of debate and interpretation, with different sects and schools of thought having varying perspectives. If we talk in the favor of women's rights in light of Islam,...

Fundamental Rights in the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan

Citizens' fundamental rights are their basic rights. According to the Constitution of Pakistan 1973, all people are equal before the law and have the right to equal protection under the law. Citizens' fundamental rights...

Section 489-F Punishment in PPC (Pakistan Penal Code)

Section 489-F talks about a false cheque and punishment for a dishonest given cheque for repayment of debt. This article will talk about the case laws and punishment for dishonor cheques. Dishonestly issuing a cheque...