Rao Imran Habib

PhD Student
I completed my Law graduation from International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan in 1998 and practiced as an advocate in the Civil and Criminal Courts of Pakistan for 9 years including 7 years practice as an advocate of Lahore High Court, Punjab, Pakistan. In April 2008 I joined Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan, Pakistan and served as a lecturer in law until September 2011 when I got study leave and joined Glasgow Caledonian University to pursue my Ph.D studies.

Research Project Title:

Judicial independence in pakistan: A Comparative Study With Judicial Independence in UK

Supervisor:

Dr. Mahdi Zahraa

Department & Subject Group:

Law, Accountancy, Finance and Risk

Specialisms & Interests

  • Constitutional law
  • Judicial Independence

Current Research

JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE IN PAKISTAN: A Comparative Study With Judicial Independence in UK

Selected Publication

Rao Imran Habib, Mahdi Zahraa, ‘Judicial Independence in Pakistan: A brief Historical Account’ Fall (2012) XIV(3), HAQ 25