FACULTY PROFILE

Dr. Hamid Mukhtar

Assistant Professor

Ph.D Law



Dr. Hamid Mukhtar is an Assistant Professor and the person In-Charge of the School of Law. Dr. Hamid holds Bachelor of Laws (LL.B), Master of Laws (LL.M) and Doctorate in Legal Science (SJD) from the law schools of Punjab University, Wuhan University, and Zhejiang University respectively. He has also been practicing as an advocate of the High Court and the Lower Courts. His research articles have been published in International Journals on different themes of International and Comparative Law. His research interests include International Law, International Trade and Investment Law, Chinese Law and Comparative Law. In recent, Dr. Mukhtar is focusing on the harmonization of investment dispute resolution mechanisms for resolving international investment disputes arising out of the One Belt One Road Initiative.


PUBLICATIONS :


JOURNAL PAPERS

1

2108

Undergoing Re-negotiations between Pakistan and China for Free Trade Agreement” China and WTO Review (2018)2: 363-368.

2

2018

"China’s Free Trade Agreements under Negotiations." China and WTO Review (2018) 1: 167-173.

3

2018

China Pakistan economic corridor: legal injunctions and protection of Chinese investment in Pakistan under Obor initiative. European Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 6 (2), 29-37.

4

2017

A Critical Analysis of China-Pakistan Free Trade Agreement: Learning Lessons for Pakistan with Respect to its Future FTAS.” Global Journal of Politics and Law Research 5.6 (2017): 63-74.

5

2017

“Joint Development Agreements: Towards Protecting the Marine Environment under International Law.” Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization Vol.66 (2017): 164-171.

6

2017

A Comparative study of investor-state dispute settlement mechanisms: The case of China and Pakistan.” Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization Vol.67 (2017): 195-207.

7

2017

“Discrimination in Nationality Laws: A case study of Pakistan” Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization Vol.66 (2017) 154-163.

8

2015

"Precautionary Principle in International Environmental Law: Rule of Customary International Law." International Journal of Management Sciences 6.12 (2015): 564-571.





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