Punjab Law College
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Punjab Law College Lahore has the privilege of being the first Law College in the Private Sector. It was established on 1 October 1987, under the auspices of `Islamic Commerce Educational Society (Regd)'. The objective has been to provide quality education in Law with an emphasis on the concept of Islamic Justice and its implementation in Pakistan.
University of the Punjab accredited registration to the College, vide letter No.27/4-88/590/94, dated 12 April 1988, and permanent affiliation, vide letter No.1862/P, dated 3 September 1988.
Punjab Law College, at its Lahore and Rawalpindi Campuses, offers three years' LL.B Degree program of the University of the Punjab. B.A.LL.B (only available at Lahore Campus)
- LL.B degree program is spread over three Parts (Part-I, Part-II and Part-III): each closing with a final examination of the University.
- B.A.LL.B program is spread over 5 years. B.A.(2 Years) and LL.B (Part-I, Part-II and Part-III), each closing with a final examination of the University.
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