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  • The Metaverse comes to court-truly virtual trials

    The Wall Street Journal introduced its readership to the future application of the metaverse to the workplace in a recent article entitled Why the Metaverse Will Change the Way You Work: Virtual meetings that feel real, new ways to build and teach, plus jobs you haven’t heard of—soon it won’t be science fiction. The metaverse blends […]

  • Pakistan’s human trafficking rating improves as US takes it off ‘watchlist’

    WASHINGTON: The US State Department on Tuesday released its 2022 Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report that declared Pakistan remains on Tier 2, however, was upgraded in status by being taken off the “watchlist”. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken launched the report at a ceremony at the State Department. TIP calls for action against domestic […]

  • Law Ministry Establishes Directorate Of Legal Education At Pakistan Bar Council

    The Ministry of Law and Justice in light of the Supreme Court decision announced the establishment of the Directorate of Legal Education in the Pakistan Bar Council (PBC).   The Law Ministry established the Directorate at the request of the Pakistan Bar Council and by the special efforts of Federal Minister for Law and Justice, […]

  • Important of Law Education in Pakistan

    Law is a system of rules enforced through social or governmental institutions to regulate behavior. The law shapes politics, economics, history and society in various ways and serves as a mediator of relations between people. Law’s scope can be divided into 2 domains. Public law concerns government and society, including constitutional law, administrative law, and […]

  • SC calls for body to improve quality of law education

    The Supreme Court has ordered the constitution of an independent committee to make suggestions for regulating and improving the quality of legal education in the country and directed the law ministry to provide assistance in the formation of the body. A three-judge bench, headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Umar Ata Bandial, said […]

  • AI Goes to Court: The Growing Landscape of AI for Access to Justice

    By Jonah Wu (Published in Legal Design and Innovation) 1. Can AI help improve access to civil courts? Civil court leaders have a newly strong interest in how artificial intelligence can improve the quality and efficiency of legal services in the justice system, especially for problems that self-represented litigants face [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]. The promise is that […]

  • HEC Law Graduate Assessment Test (LAW0GAT) 2022 FOR LLB

    HEC has announced LAW GAT test registration dates for the LAW Graduate assessment test 2022. The LAW-GAT will tentatively be held on February 20, 2022. Candidates who have passed Bachelor’s degree in Law or equivalent from a university recognized by HEC/PBC can register themselves online through http://etc.hec.gov.pk Applications can be submitted online at the HEC website. HEC […]

  • Legal-tech platform promoting access to justice for marginalized communities presented at conference

    A student team has pitched Mouthpiece Law, a legal technology platform that aims to reduce the traditional overhead costs for legal practitioners by as much as 50 per cent, at the Collision 2021 Conference. The team members include three students from Queen’s Faculty of Law: Avinash Pillay, Mouthpiece Law’s chief operating officer and chief legal […]

  • Minor girl sold by her father recovered from brothel in Rojhan

    DERA GHAZI KHAN: Rojhan police claim to have recovered a 13-year-old girl from a brothel at Chak Dilbar village, arresting her father who allegedly sold her to criminals and a woman pimp. The issue was highlighted after a video clip was uploaded on social media in which an unidentified man showed a picture of a […]

  • Legal Tech: Innovation and Access to a Digital Justice System

    Written by ABC Legal Services In response to the world-wide pandemic that is COVID-19, courts around the world have had to adapt to the challenges presented by this unprecedented situation. While a critical transition from traditional court proceedings to an online mode has allowed justice to continue in many jurisdictions, courts and legal professionals are now […]

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