Digitised text of the 1973 Constitution as edited by Makhdoom Ali Khan, published 1986 by Pakistan Publishing House, Karachi, with the addition of amendments up to 2015.
The official web site of the Lahore High Court contains the sections of the constitution relating to the Court, Rules of the Court, cause lists viewable by judge, information on judges, a searchable database of full text judgments, 2010 onwards (pdf) and forms.
The Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan, also known as the Pakistan Law Commission, was set up in 1979 as a permanent institution for the reform and modernisation of the legal system. It has submitted so far well over a hundred reports to the government, all of which are available on this web site, which also contains the annual report, 2001 onwards and reports of ad hoc commissions and committees.
Written by Omar Sial, partner in the law firm of Omar Sial & Associates, this is a narrative account of Pakistan constitutional development, legal system and legal research, with many links, at the end, to sources of law. This updated version, produced in collaboration with Farah Khan, was published on the GlobaLex site in January 2018.
This Pakistan government web site contains Punjab laws, 1860 onwards, as amended. Laws may be listed alphabetically or chronologically; alternatively there is an advanced search facility.
The official web site of the Supreme Court of Pakistan contains the Rules of the Court, updated to December 2008, the current cause list, forms, biographies of the judges and (under “Judicature”) the sections of the Constitution relating to the Court. Judgments [selected?] from 2002 onwards are available.
A miscellaneous collection of Pakistan legislation, provided by a Delhi-based legal consultancy service.