ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN
Officially the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, is a country in South Asia. It is the fifth-most populous country, with a population of over 241.5 million, having the largest Muslim population as of 2023. Islamabad is the nation's capital, while Karachi is its largest city and financial centre. Pakistan is the 33rd-largest country by area, being the second largest in South Asia. Bounded by the Arabian Sea on the south, the Gulf of Oman on the southwest, and the Sir Creek on the southeast, it shares land borders with India to the east; Afghanistan to the west; Iran to the southwest; and China to the northeast. It shares a maritime border with Oman in the Gulf of Oman, and is separated from Tajikistan in the northwest by Afghanistan's narrow Wakhan Corridor.Government of Pakistan
Constitution on. 10th April, 1973
The Bar Council of Pakistan was established by Parliament in 1973 under the Bar Councils and Advocates Act. It is the highest elected body of lawyers in Pakistan. It has twenty-two members elected from all over the country representing each provinceWikipedia
High courts of Pakistan
The Constitution of Pakistan آئینِ پاکستان also known as the 1973 Constitution, is the supreme law of Pakistan.Parliament
1st of December 1976 The High Court of Balochistan was established on the 1st of December 1976.Read More
History. The Court was originally established on 14 August 2007 by Presidential Order of Pervez Musharraf, the military ruler at the time.Read More
March 21, 1919 Founder : George V of the United Kingdom 1866 EstablishedRead More
The province was formally founded on 9 November 1901, (the King's birthday) had to get one Judicial Commissioner.Read More
Established May 18, 1948
23 March 1956
Regulating Legal Profession
Council is not responsible for regulating the legal profession: This is the responsibility of the provincial bar to which each lawyer belongsRegulating
The role of lawyers is to guide their clients through the judicial system. They may help them reach a settlement in a case, in full respect of the laws in effect.
All lawyers must be "called to the Bar" and be members in good standing of their professional corporation. However, lawyers can practice their profession in a variety of ways.