Month: February 2017

Seminal & Extensive Report on Court Reforms launched

Dr. Osama Siddique has authored an extensive report looking into the problems of Caseflow Management and administration of justice in Punjab through the support of the European Union Access to Justice Project and the Lahore High Court. The Report relies on newly excavated case file data, extensive analysis of the complex legal regime, and evaluation of organizational structure and human resource management dimensions of the Lahore High Court. It presents extensive recommendations for reform.

Download: LHC Caseflow Management Report

Dr. Siddique appointed Visiting Professor at Harvard

Dr. Osama Siddique has been appointed as the Inaugural Henry J. Steiner Visiting Professor in Human Rights at Harvard Law School.  This new and prestigious Visiting Professorship is open to non-US scholars, judges and lawyers from all over the world who have made seminal contributions in the area of human rights. The appointment is by invitation only. The appointee is expected to teach two specially designed courses at Harvard Law School, deliver a series of special public talks and lectures hosted by Harvard Law School based research centers and programs, and engage in the various on campus academic and social activities.

The courses offered by Dr. Siddique are titled: (1) From Colonial to Post-Colonial: International Financial Institutions, Access to Justice and Human Rights, and (2) Public Interest Litigation and Constitutional Protection of Human Rights: The South Asian Experience.

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