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LL.M. Programme

Basic Information

LL.M. Program is open to candidates having a Law degree. A limited number  of seats are available and admission is given only to the persons having good academic background and aptitude/capacity for legal research.

 

Scheme of Studies

Program Duration

 02 Years

Entry Requirement

 B.A. LLB Hons/LL.B.

System

 Annual System

Medium of Instruction

 English

Medium of of Exam

 English

 

Courses For LL.M. (Morning Programme)

The following subjects are being offered to the LL.M. Part-I and Part-II students (Morning Program), Session 2015-2016:

 

Sr. No.

Name of Subject

Name of Teacher

1

Constitutional Law-II

JusticeŽ Shakir Ullah Jaan

2

Constitutional Law-1

Mr. Hamid Khan

3

Company Law

Dr. Khalid Ranjha

4

Administrative Law

Dr. Syed Abul Hassan Najmee

5

Criminal Law & Criminology

Barrister Haider Rasul Mirza

6 Law of Evidence Mr. Farooq Umair Niazi
7

International Economic Law

Mr. Naeemullah Khan


 

Courses For LL.M. (Evening Programme)

The following subjects are being offered to the LL.M. Part-I and Part-II students (Self-Supporting Program), Session 2015-2016:
 

Sr. No.

Name of Subject

Name of Teacher

1

Administrative Law

Dr. Syed Abul Hassan Najmee

2

Constitutional Law-II

JusticeŽ Shakir Ullah Jaan

3

Company Law

Mr. Hafeez Saeed Akhtar

4

Criminal Law & Criminology

Barrister Haider Rasul Mirza

5

Constitutional Law-I

Dr. Amanullah Malik

6

Law of Evidence

Mr. Farooq Umair Niazi

7

International Economic Law

Mr. Naeem Ullah Khan


 

NOTE: LL.M. Courses are subject to change, if any, made by the competent authorities.

 

Instructions

The LL.M. Part-I students will opt any 03 subjects and Part-II students will opt 02 subjects other than the subjects they opted in LL.M. Part-I Class in addition to a thesis. They are further advised to intimate their options in writing to the office within 07 days after the commencement of their classes
 

This program demands full-time commitment on the part of the students. It requires six days a week of library work, seminars, lectures and tutorials. The entire program is research oriented and has been chalked out in a way that it is impossible to pass the examination without participating in all the seminars, lectures, tutorials and working daily on the research assignment. Moreover, attendance is compulsory. A student 3/4th of the lectures/seminars/tutorial meetings held and delivered to his class during the academic year.

Examinations are held at the end of each academic session. A candidate to pass all the papers in one attempt. A student who fails to pass the examination for which he is a candidate is required to re-appear in all the subjects on the examination for which he was a candidate at any subsequent examination, if otherwise permitted by the rules.

 

The admitted students are informed about the regulations at the time of registration.

Note:

  1. All the courses are not offered every year. Prior to the beginning of the session, schedules is published stating the courses to be offered that year.

  2. List of readings is provided by the concerned teachers at the commencement of the session.

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