Punjab University Law College

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Punjab University Law College
Type Public
Established 1868
Principal Dr. Shazia N. Qureshi
Students 1,500+
Location Lahore, Pakistan
31°29′51″N 74°18′9″E / 31.49750°N 74.30250°E / 31.49750; 74.30250Coordinates: 31°29′51″N 74°18′9″E / 31.49750°N 74.30250°E / 31.49750; 74.30250

University of the Punjab,

Higher Education Commission
Website www.pulc.edu.pk

Punjab University Law College ( Punjabi:پنجاب یونیورسٹی قانون کالج abbreviated as PULC) is a constituent college of the University of the Punjab. It was established in 1868 and is located at the Quaid-e-Azam campus, also known as the new campus of the University, near Canal Bank, Lahore, Pakistan.

Academic programs[edit]

The following undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate degree programs are being offered by the college:

  • B.A/LL.B.(Hons)
  • LL.B.
  • LL.M.

Diploma programmes in the following subjects are available:

  • Taxation Laws
  • Labour Laws
  • Environmental Laws
  • Intellectual Property Laws
  • Banking Laws
  • International Trade Laws
  • Corporate Law and Practice

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