If You Want an Awesome LLB Degree in Pakistan, This Place Is All Where You Need to Go

If You Want an Awesome LLB Degree in Pakistan, This Place Is All Where You Need to Go

Looking for an LLB degree with a credible standing on the step to a feasible career? Look no further because you now have the best option. Punjab Law College just received an accreditation from the Pakistan Bar Council to run 5 years LLB Program and now operates as Faculty of Law at the University of Central Punjab.

The program is on par with the new rules of Pakistan Bar Council. It’s emerged as the one-stop to develop a critical awareness of the common law legal tradition and enable its students to apply analytical and problem-solving skills in a range of legal and non-legal settings and works meticulously key skills of communication, information literacy, analysis, and argument.

For the past 28 years, Punjab Law College has bagged exceptional achievements and milestones

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Students have obtained positions and distinctions, and are now eminent professionals in different walks of life including judges, lawyers, and legal experts.

It goes without saying that the Punjab Law College stores an ambition to produce qualified professionals motived by the qualities of the head and the heart. Here’s a list of a prominent alumni body the College boasts:

Kaleem Ilyas, Additional Advocate General Punjab, Salman Akram Raja, Advocate Supreme Court, Tafazzul Rizvi, Advocate – PCB Consultant, Afzal Qureshi, Senior Prosecutor NAB, Waqas Qadeer Dar, Prosecutor General, Pakistan NAB, Khawaja Adnan Ahmad, Advocate Supreme Court, Mubashar Masood, Advocate Supreme Court, Khurram Khosa, Advocate Supreme Court, Shah Gul, Additional Advocate General Punjab, Ali Qazalbash, Head of Department of Law & Policy – LUMS, M. Imtiaz Ali, DSP (legal), Waleed Iqbal, Politician, Iram Gul, Advocate/ Former Judge of LHC, Nauman Qureshi, Advocate/ Former Judge of LBS, Asim Hafeez, Advocate Supreme Court, Shehreyar Sheikh, Advocate, Rana Qaiser Amin, Advocate Supreme Court/ Member Ex SCBP, Rana Khawar, Advocate, Huma Shah, Advocate, Rana Salman Qayyum, MOI/ JD, Justice Ch. Muhammad Iqbal, Judge of the High Court, Ch. Asif Bashir, Additional District & Session Judge, Farzana Naeem, Additional District & Session Judge, Anwaar Hussain Additional Advocate General Punjab, Syed Ali Imran, Principal Gujrat Law College, Syed Aatir Rizvi, Principal Superior Law College Lahore, Ayesha Nisar, Parliamentarian (Senator), Amir Saeed Rawn Advocate/ Secretary LHBA, Afzaal Ahmed, Additional Secretary (PAU), Hassan Mushtaq Sukhera, SSP Investigation e.t.c.

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UCP Faculty of Law offers certified courses on Intellectual Property Laws, Banking Laws, Environmental Laws, Cyber Laws, Humanitarian Law & International Security, Applied Criminology, Human Rights and Human Trafficking.

Students learn how to stand back, look at the ‘bigger picture’ and develop an awareness of the context of law both nationally and globally

With that being said, it also has an exclusive Law Clinic that offers students with hands-on legal experience under the supervision of Academia, ex-Judges & Lawyers. Students are open to Research & Writing Skills, Advocacy Skills & Legal Aid and community awareness. Besides, the Faculty of Law also has a fully equipped moot courtroom on the name of a great contributor, Khadim Hussain. Students participate in simulated court proceedings that are dedicated to the practice of mooting. Impressive!

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This way, mooting and legal education go beyond the classroom level and the certification of LLB. It breeds the critical thinking level of a professional lawyer and hails to incorporate analytical, advocacy and interpersonal skills in a student.

Study materials are well integrated into current research. Not only the students have the opportunity to study law but understand it as well. The Faculty of Law aids students in developing their capacity to manage their own learning. All in all, students learn to analyze and critically evaluate legal and non-legal primary and secondary materials and develop critical awareness beforehand.

The Dean and Faculty of Law are looking forward to marking the beginning of a new era in legal education with high spirits.

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