Sunday, October 9, 2016

Oxford launches Hamid Khan’s book on judicial history

LAHORE - The Oxford University Press (OUP) yesterday dispatched its late production 'A History of the Judiciary in Pakistan' wrote via prepared legal advisor Hamid Khan.

The book is a top to bottom investigation of the checkered legal history of Pakistan since parcel.

It incorporates itemized dialog of the demonstrations, lives, and judgments of essential Pakistani judges, with their proceeding with consequences for the nation.

It looks at the tumultuous relationship between the legal and the official against the foundation of the battles and changes in the life of the country.

While relating the imperative occasions and advancements in the nation's legal history, the book highlights the Supreme Court's activity of suo moto purview in the matter of reestablishing to office the previous Chief Justice of Pakistan.

Hamid Khan is previous President of the Supreme Court Bar Association of Pakistan and the Lahore High Court Bar Association.

He consistently addresses on different legitimate subjects at the University of the Punjab, Civil Services Academy, Administrative Staff College, and the National Institute of Public Administration.

Hamid Khan's different distributions incorporate The Islamic Law of Inheritance, Constitutional and Political History of Pakistan second Edition, Principles of Administrative Law, and Comparative Constitutional Law.

Speakers at the book dispatch held at a nearby inn included Justice (Retd) Jawwad S Khawaja and the Chief Guest, Justice (Retd) Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry.

The speakers stressed that the book fills a crevice in the accessibility of a target story of the legal by capably covering its essential cases and choices.

They assist included that the book will be of specific quality to legal counselors, judges, law teachers, understudies of law, and the general perusers.

Prior in her invite address, Ameena Saiyid, Managing Director, OUP Pakistan, presented the creator and said thatHamid Khan has been a nearby observer to the moving display inside the legal courts in the nation, of which he has an insider's understanding.

"A fascinating component of this book is the area 'The Man and the Judge', given toward the end of every section, which portrays the main judge of that period," she included.