Monthly Archives: September 2014

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Keeping up with TV shows

Greetings TV fans. Are you frustrated with the process for keeping up with your TV shows? Is it tiring not knowing if an episode is airing today or not? Do you want to be updated on when the next season is starting? Check out episodecalendar.com, as it gives you a simple calendar interface to show you…

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A dream job in the Supreme Court

The following piece has been originally published by Suraya Saleh on London Connection, the online magazine of the University of London International Programmes. Here Zeeshan Hashmi tells us about fulfilling his dream to work in the Supreme Court of Pakistan. Why did you choose to study with the University of London International Programmes? I was looking…

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Orientation ’14

On behalf of The Legal Maxim, we wish a hearty welcome to our readers and fellow students. The PCL’s official welcome orientation for the University of London Programme had taken place on 1st September 2014 and from the beginning it seemed dark clouds literally loomed over to spoil the warm welcome. Yes it indeed was…

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My Journey Into the Legal Profession

The following piece has been originally published by Peter Quinn on London Connection, the online magazine of the University of London International Programmes. Here Maryam Mansur shares her journey of graduating from LLB (Hons) International Programme and working at the Supreme Court of Pakistan. The University of London International Programmes LLB (Hons.) can be completed in three…

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The Mockery of Justice in Pakistan

‘Jirgah’ in Pashto and ‘Panchayat’ in Punjabi are terms used to represent the parallel justice systems in tribal communities. The gist of the Jirgah system is that the elders of the tribe act as mediators where the disputant parties bring their claims to be adjudicated upon. The mediator hears the issues and applies the local…

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