Lecture Topics

  • Constitutional History + Fundamental Rights
  • Medical Jurispurdence
  • Delay reduction in criminal cases
  • Sessions Trial (framing of charge and plea)
  • Cyber laws and cyber crimes
  • Handling Objections while recording evidence
  • Burden of proof in Criminal Cases
  • Rule of confrontation
  • Appellate and Revisional Jurisdiction
  • Forensic Science in aid of criminal justice
  • Quantum of punishment-proportionate/ disproportionate
  • Fundamental of bails
  • Steps in criminal trial (proceedings after framing of charge, recording/evaluation of evidence)
  • Appreciation of Evidence
  • Mental Health Ordinance 2001
  • Examination of Accused u/s 340 or 342 Cr.Pc.
  • Illegal Dispossession Act, 2005 & Dispossession from Govt. Property
  • Modern techniques of Investigation
  • Post arrest Bail (rules for granting, rejecting and cancellation)
  • Juvenile Justice System
  • An Overview of Environmental Laws
  • Judgment Writing
  • Control of Narcotics Sessions Trial
  • Comparative Study of Constitutional Law
  • The Civil Courts and their Jurisdiction (about hierarchy of Civil Courts/Stages of Objections about jurisdiction
  • Appeal (Sec 96, 100-102 order XLI and XLIII of CPC)
  • Judgment Writing
  • Review (Sec 114  XLVII of CPC)
  • Common mistakes being committed by Judicial Officers in Civil Cases
  • Non Appearance Party as its Own Witness / Essentials of Pleading
  • Visit to Punjab Forensic Science Agency, Thokar Niaz Baig, Lahore
  • Burden of proof in Civil Cases
  • Appealable Orders
  • Intellectual Piracy-An Overview
  • Comparative Study of Order (37 CPC and Banking Recovery Ordinance 2001)
  • Civil Revision
  • Limitation, Computation and Extension of treatment of time barred appeals
  • Overview of Punitive Provisions in CPC
  • Grant of Temporary Injunctions
  • Remand in Civil Cases
  • An Overview of Muslim Personal Law
  • Court Management
  • Judgment Writing
  • General Clauses Act
  • Family Laws (Divorce and Guardianship)
  • Exercise of discretionary & inherent powers of courts
  • Interpretation of Statutes