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Law of Evidence: Online Articles

Law of evidence is the core of administration of justice in any society. Its aim is to promote legitimacy of adjudication. Law of evidence is the lex-fori- the law of forum or court. That is, Evidence law is ‘procedural law’ as opposed to ‘substantive law

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Iyer, T. K. K. (1973). Constitutional law in Pakistan: Kelsen in the courts. The American Journal of Comparative Law, 759-771.

The Disenchantment of Logically Formal Legal Rationality, or Max Weber's Sociology in the Genealogy of the Contemporary Mode of Western Legal Thought.​

Redding, J. A. (2003). Constitutionalizing Islam: Theory and Pakistan. Va. J. Int'l L.44, 759.