Lahore High Court judgement on 3 years law programme


LAHORE (APP): Punjab University Law College (PULC) administration has announced to start classes of LLB Part II and Part III from Wednesday.

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The classes were facing delay because of a case of admissions in LLB three years programme in Lahore High Court .

Since the case was pending, PU Law College could not admit students in LLB Part 1 of three years programme and now after the judgment, PU administration had released advertisement for admissions in LLB 3 years and 5 years programmes and had also scheduled LLB part II and Part III classes.

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Earlier, LHC had allowed admissions in LLB 3 years programme for the current academic year after hearing a CM filed by PU Law College administration seeking permission to admit students in LLB 3 years programme in the current academic year.

Earlier, Pakistan Bar Council had banned admission in LLB 3 years programme, in which candidates were admitted having 14 years of education.

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