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List of Candidates eligible for Interview for Admission to LL.M. Part-I Morning/Self Supporting Program. (Session 2016-17).

Admission Notice for One Year Postgraduate Diploma Programms (Session 2016-17).

Mr. Asif Ramzan got first position in English Jurisprudence 2nd paper of LL.B. Part-I.

Admission Notice for LL.M. Part-I(Morning/SelfSupporting Program) Session2016-2017.

Date Sheet LL.M. Annual Examination 2016.

LL.B. students to get five grace marks.

LL.B. 05 Years & LL.B. 03 Years Morning Program (Annual System)SESSION 2016-2017.

The full bench of Lahore High Court headed by Honourable Chief Justice has allowed the University Law College for admission in both LL.B. 05 Years as well as LL.B. 03 Years programs(Session 2016-17).

Result of LL.M Part-I &
Part-II  (Morning & Self Supporting) programs 2015.

Ms. Sana Akhtar has been selected as a young parliamentarian in PILDAT 8th Youth Parliament Pakistan 2016.

LL.B. 05 Years Morning Program (Session 2016-17).

Law College Students participated in All Punjab Declamation Contest 2016.

Law College Students won 1st Parliamentary Debating Championship 2016.


NOTICE (Scholarships)

PU VC inaugurates Auditorium, Library at Law College.

Mr. Khuram Shahzad Bhatti, a student of PULC secure 2nd position in LL.B. Part-III (final examination) throughout the University.

Mr. Zeeshan Zafar has been selected as a Pakistani Young Leaders 2015.

Law College Students won 20th All Pakistan GCU Parliamentary Debating Championship.

PUMUN Society has won two best delegation awards at International Conferences held in Germany and Spain.

Prof. Dr. Shazia Naureen Qureshi has attended her Graduation ceremony at Lancaster University.

Dr. Shazia Breaks Gender Barrier to Head Punjab University Law College.

University Law College Students Achievement

Top Position holders 2014 of B.A. LL.B (Hons.), LL.B Part-I, II & III

Academic Council reduced the fee structure for L.L.M (Morning and Self Supporting) Programs in its meeting held on 19-06-2014.

Detail of the Ph.D scholarship awarded to Mr. Samee Ozair Khan, Assistant Professor, University Law College for Ph.D studies from U.K.

Ph.D Scholarship (Payment Details of Dr. Shazia Qureshi)

Ph.D Progress Report (Dr. Shazia Qureshi)

Decision of ICA

Congratulations to Dr. Shazia Qureshi




About Us


University Law College, University of the Punjab, is the finest and oldest seat of legal learning in the country. The University Law College is known as the birth place of the finest legal minds in the subcontinent and has been the epitome of judicial heritage in Pakistan since its inception. A number of eminent bureaucrats, politicians, lawyers and judges of higher and superior judiciary are graduates of the college and continue to serve the country to the best of their abilities. Other than training young legal minds, the college focuses on personality development and grooming of students into responsible citizens.

Law College was established in 1868, fourteen years before the University of the Punjab and has a rich history and culture. It later became one of the constituent Colleges of the University of the Punjab. Law classes were initiated by Anjuman-i-Punjab in 1868 and were taken over by the College in 1870. Initially, the degree was spanned over two years. In 1873 entry test was introduced for admission purposes in the program and in the same year Chief Court allowed the college to hold pleadership Examination. In 1887, passing of intermediate examination was made a prerequisite for admission in the law program. Later that year, three-fourth attendance was made mandatory for appearing in the examination. In 1890, Government of India empowered the college to confer LL.B. and LL.D. degrees. In order to appear in the LL.B. examination, it was necessary for the aspiring candidates to have graduated in Arts and to have passed the intermediate or the Licentiate in the Law examination.

In 1935, College regulations were revised, and the course of instruction for the LL.B. was increased by a year to a span of three years. However, in 1948, regulations were again revised and the course of instruction for the LL.B. degree was reduced once again to two years. In 1964, under the directions of the West Pakistan High Court, the LL.B professional course was extended to three years and in the same year, College started offering two degree courses in Law; B.L. (academic) a degree of two years duration and LL.B. (Legum Baccalaureus) a degree of three years duration. Holders of LL.B. degree were eligible for enrolment as pleaders. In the year 1966 the duration of the LL.B. degree program was converted into two years. However, since 1992-93, three year Bachelor of Law program was re-introduced.

The main building of the College in earlier years were hosted at Katchery Road. In 1978, the college was shifted to the present premises at Quaid-e-Azam Campus. It is worth noting here that Prof. Dr. Shazia N. Qureshi, Principal of Law College, is the first woman principal in the long and rich history of the college. Her appointment is ranked important by both male and female staff members for inculcating values of merit, removal of discrimination against women in the college specifically, and society, generally, it also encourages young women to join the profession.


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