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High Court

1. 
a. (in England and Wales) a shortened form of High Court of Justice
b. (in Scotland) a shortened form of High Court of Justiciary
2. (in New Zealand) a court of law inferior to the Court of Appeal
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ISLAMABAD -- There is no bar on the elevation appointment of female Judges in the Supreme Court of Pakistan or high courts, said advisor to Prime Minister Dr Babar Awan on Tuesday.
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Dost Mohammad Khan began his career as a lawyer in 1976 and served in lower and high courts as well as the Supreme Court of Pakistan.
THE consultative committee (Con-com) tasked to review the 1987 Constitution is eyeing three 'high courts' under the proposed federal system to speed up the final resolution of cases.