Law Societies/Centers

We have several societies at our law school that provide opportunities for students to engage in various activities related to different fields of law.

This Society aims to bridge the gap in pro bono services in Pakistan by promoting understanding and practice of pro bono work among law students. The Society of Clinical Legal Education involves law students in learning the application of law under the supervision of experienced faculty and adjunct faculty. All students are welcome to become members of the Society.

This Society strives to promote constitutional supremacy and activism in Pakistan by engaging students in seminars, conferences, workshops, and other events related to constitutional law. Membership is open to all students.

Comparative Law Society aims to promote range of activities in various fields of law, including technology, environmental laws, artificial intelligence, and Islamic jurisprudence, through seminars, workshops, and other events Membership is open to all students.

Law Moot Society promotes mooting or mock trials in law school and provide law students with opportunities to learn practical applications of substantive or procedural laws. Membership is open to all students and faculty.

Our Career Counseling Society provides guidance and support to law students as they navigate their academic and professional pathways. We offer mentorship opportunities, workshops, seminars, and webinars to help students explore diverse career opportunities and prepare for competitive exams and interviews. Membership is open to all students and alumni of the School of Law.

This Society provides clinical legal education to law students through internships at law firms, companies, Ombudsman, Supreme Court, high court, national assembly, senate, or senior lawyers of their choice. Students gain practical, firsthand knowledge of the legal field and improve their communication and interpersonal skills and drafting abilities. Membership is mandatory for all students enrolled in the 9th semester.

This Society aims to align legal education with community empowerment objectives of poverty reduction, promotion of the rule of law, and civil liberties in Pakistan. We engage in various activities, including producing short films to highlight the role of university students in community development. Membership is open to all students.

This Society aims to promote teaching and research of human rights law and rights-oriented activism in Pakistan through seminars, law moots, conferences, and workshops. We cooperate with various commissions, including the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan and commissions on women, children, and disabled persons. Membership is open to all students.

Join us in our various societies and centers to enhance your legal education and become a well-rounded lawyer.

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