Message of Hon’ble Chief Justice
Lahore High Court is the oldest High Court in the country. Our goal is to enforce the supremacy of the Constitution and the Rule of Law through independent and impartial adjudication. Through this website we wish to be accessible to the litigating parties and the public at large for basic information about our work and important events. It is our constant endeavor to provide speedy and fair justice in causes that are brought to or reported to the Lahore High Court. Insha’Allah!
   
Quaid-e-Azam and Justice
I shall always be guided by the principles of justice and fair play without any, as is put in the political language, prejudice or ill-will; in other words, partiality or favouritism. My guiding principle will be justice and complete impartiality, and I am sure that with your support and co-operation, I can look forward to Pakistan becoming one of the greatest Nations of the world. Source: G. Allana, Pakistan Movement Historical Documents (Karachi: Department of International Relations, University of Karachi, nd [1969]), pp. 407-411.

Events

Tea Function
Hon’ble Chief Justice of Lahore High Court, Mr. Justice Ijaz Ul Ahsan and Judges hosted hi-tea in honour of Hon’ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Noor Meskanzai (Chief Justice) and Hon’ble Mr. Justice Muhammad Hashim Khan Kakar, Balochistan High Court.Read More
Visit of Hon’ble Chief Justice Mr. Justice Ijaz Ul Ahsan
Hon’ble Chief Justice Mr. Justice Ijaz Ul Ahsan, Lahore High Court, Lahore on the occasion of foundation stone Ceremony of Judicial Complex at Kamonke on 02.01.2016 Saturday.Read more
Oath Ceremony of Hon'ble Chief Justice
Mr. Justice Ijaz Ul Ahsan took oath as Chief Justice of Lahore High Court at a simple but impressive ceremony held at Governor’s House. Read more
Oath of Civil Judges-cum-Magistrates
The Hon'ble Chief Justice Mr. Justice Manzoor Ahmad Malik has administered oath to Civil Judges-cum-Magistrates.Read More
Oath Ceremony of Hon'ble Judges
The Hon'ble Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Manzoor Ahmad Malik, administered oath to Mr. Justice Shahid Mubeen, Mr. Justice Sardar Ahmad Naeem, Mr. Justice Mushtaq Ahmad Tarar, Mr. Justice Farrukh Gulzar Awan, Mrs. Justice Erum Sajad Gull, Mr. Justice Raja Shahid Mehmood Abbasi, Mr. Justice Aslam Javed Minhas, Mr. Justice Shehram Sarwar Ch., Mr. Justice Muhammad Sajid Mehmood Sethi, Mr. Justice Sardar Muhammad Sarfraz Dogar.Read More
Oath Taking Ceremony
Oath Taking Ceremony of Hon'ble Mr. Justice Hafiz Shahid Nadeem KahloonRead More
Send-off/Retirement Ceremony
Send-off/Retirement of Mr. Justice Syed Iftikhar Hussain ShahRead More
Oath of Hon'ble Chief Justice
Mr. Justice Manzoor Ahmad Malik took oath as Chief Justice of Lahore High Court at a simple but impressive ceremony held at Governor’s House. Acting Governor Rana Muhammad Iqbal administered the oath.Read More
Formal Send-off of Hon’ble Chief Justice Khawaja Imtiaz Ahmad
Hon’ble Chief Justice designate, Mr. Justice Manzoor Ahmad Malik along with Mr. Justice Sardar Tariq Masood and Mr. Justice Syed Mansoor Ali Shah giving a bouquet to the Hon’ble Chief Justice of Lahore High Court, Mr. Justice Khawaja Imtiaz Ahmad on the eve of his formal send-off.Read More
Send-off/Retirement of Mr. Justice Abdus Sattar Asghar
Send-off/Retirement of Mr. Justice Abdus Sattar AsgharRead More

News

 
Development of Enterprise solution for LHC launched
Monday January 25, 2016
 

Honourable Senior Puisne Judge of Lahore High Court, Mr. Justice Syed Mansoor Ali Shah has said that case-flow management will enhance access to timely and affordable justice for all citizens. His lordship also welcomed this opportunity to discuss mechanisms for cooperation between the bench and the bar towards procedural reforms and improved ‘case-flow management’. Mr. Justice Syed Mansoor Ali Shah shared this while addressing at the Symposium on “Case-flow Management for Key Justice System Stakeholders”. Hon’ble Judges of Lahore High Court, Mrs. Justice Ayesha A. Malik and Mr. Justice Abid Aziz Sheikh, Registrar Lahore High Court, Mr. Tariq Iftikhar Ahmad, District & Sessions Judge, Lahore, Mr. Nazir Ahmad Gajana, representative of Punjab Prosecution Department and President Lahore High Court Bar Association, Pir Masood Chishti were also present there. The participants discussed collaboration towards significant legal and court reforms that are essential to ensure more efficient, just and predictable functioning of the Punjab justice system. At the Symposium, Dr. Osama Siddique shared with participants the findings and recommendations of recent unprecedented statistical research into the causes of backlog and delay in Punjab district courts. The research was undertaken by the European Union Punjab Access to Justice Project (EU-PA2J), with the support of the Lahore High Court. Similar research in district prosecution offices is currently underway with the support of the Punjab Public Prosecution Department. 

Wednesday January 13, 2016