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Can anybody recommend books for Constitutional Law.
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@Dilrauf
for compulsory subjects, u can go to the following link:

http://www.cssforum.com.pk/central-s...questions.html

the other members will guide u for ur optionals...............
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1) World Constitutions by kaeley
2) How States Are Governed
3) Constitution of Pakistan by Dr.Safdar Mahmood
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How states are governed - by Muhammad Aslam Choudhary.
Modern constitution - by Mazhar-ul-haq.
Constitution made easy- by Experienced Teachers.
The 1973 constitution of Pakistan - by Mazhar-ul-haq .
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dear for the constitutions of USA, UK France and Russia study Bhtti publishers SL kaley.....
for other constituins u read Dr sarwar world constituions and also Dr sultan;s.
it will help u.

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Use these books for constitutional law:
comparative govt by mohd.sarwar.
selected constitutions by prof.bakhtiyar.
modern constitution by mazhar-ul-haq.
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Constitutional Law tips by Dr. Noor-ul-Ain Fatima


For Constitutional Law: I consulted books of Mazar ul Haq + Bhatti's How states are Goverened + VD Mahajan. Write in simple but effective language.

First prepare a list of previous questions. Try to up to date your constitution by visiting wikipedia. Make headings ,quote some famous Jurists like Blackwell or Dicey and give references of some important cases like Marbury vs Madison

A good website for Pakistan’s Constitution is:
http://www.pakistanconstitution-law.com/

I think wikipedia is best for updates regarding constitutions for example there are some amendments in French constitution which are not found in other books. For Pakistan’s constitution consult Hamid khan's book, it’ll help you in understanding its history also
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Kaeley would serve you fine....it is good for most of the topics...you need to cover turkish constitutions from some other source though.
personally i ve gone through both how states are goverened and this one...i would always recommend this one...
the rest, the choice is yours.
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If you can afford this book contains all the constitution
Modern constitutions by M. A Chaudhry by emporium publishers

For legal cases, i am preparing notes. Will upload them once completed.

The ebook introduction to the law of constitution
https://archive.org/download/introdu...04dicegoog.pdf

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