Law Conference in India: Chief Justice of Pak SC to attend Law Conference in India

Rezaul H Laskar Islamabad, Feb 3 (PTI) Chief Justice of Pakistan's Supreme Court Iftikhar Chaudhry will travel to India to attend the Commonwealth Law Conference making held at Hyderabad from February 5. Prime Minster Manmohan Singh serves to be the main guest at the inaugural ceremony of the conference.

The equate plans to be addressed by the Chief Justices and judges of Commonwealth countries. Besides the Chief Justice, Pakistan will be represented by a enormous good amount of of advocates from throughout the country. Chaudhry has been especially invited to offer a key note address on the issue of "Emerging economies and the essential of law: Challenges and Opportunities". It is innate the current the Chief Justice will speak on the trouble of rule of law, role of judiciary in boom and social development and good governance, global trade laws and democracy and rights-based administration in developing countries want Pakistan.

He is scheduled to meet India's Chief Justice S H Kapadia on the sidelines of the meeting. Chaudhry serves to moreover attend a patron Chief Justices meeting in which top judges of Commonwealth countries will discuss issues of interest to judiciaries. The Conference is being organized by the Commonwealth Law Association and will be able to provide an central time for judicial luminaries and legal practitioners based on what i read in across the Commonwealth to share their experiences and perceptions about law, an official statement said.

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