BA Law

Introduction:

B.A. Law is an interdisciplinary course of study that combines the theories and methods of several social science disciplines with law. The major is intended to develop an understanding of the nature, content, and operation Pakistani law, legal institutions with specific emphasis on spoken and written English.

Career Oppertunities:

Courses in legal studies provide a background for graduate work in administration of justice, business, legal studies, and law as well as work in law-related fields like insurance, social security, and social services. The courses also prepare students for careers in the following settings:

  • Eligibility for LLB (three years program)
  • Eligibility for M.A. Law (two years program) leading to LLM/MS Law and PhD Law
  • banking
  • children’s rights
  • civil liberties organizations
  • collective bargaining/labor relations
  • corporate sales divisions
  • credit-related agencies
  • judicial administration
  • legal research
  • human resources
  • planning commissions
  • privacy protection
  • public government aid/legislation
  • public welfare
  • real estate agencies
  • tax consultation firms
  • workers’ compensation bureaus

Admission Requirement:

  • Intermediate or Equivalent

Total Credit Hours:  68

Scheme of Study

Semester-I

  • English I (Credit Hour 3)
  • Introduction to Computer (Credit Hour 3)
  • Sociology(Credit Hour 3)
  • Introduction to Law (Credit Hour 3)
  • Legal Reasoning (Credit Hour 2)
  • Legal system of Pakistan (Credit Hour 3)

Semester-II

  • English II (Credit Hour 3)
  • Introduction to Constitution of Pakistan (Credit Hour 3)
  • Islamic Law & Islamic Studies (Credit Hour 3)
  • Political Science (Credit Hour 2)
  • Legal Drafting I (Credit Hour 3)
  • Fundamental Economics (Credit Hour 3)

Semester-III

  • English III (Credit Hour 3)
  • Law & Politics (Credit Hour 3)
  • Human Rights Law (Credit Hour 3)
  • Legal Drafting II (Credit Hour 3)
  • Legal Ethics (Credit Hour 2)
  • Pakistan Studies (Credit Hour 3)

Semester-IV

  • English IV (Credit Hour 3)
  • Evidence (selected) & CRPC (selected) (Credit Hour 3)
  • Family law (Credit Hour 3)
  • Legal Research (Credit Hour 2)
  • Legal Drafting III (Credit Hour 3)