University of the Punjab LLB

5 Year LLB Programme (Affiliated with University of the Punjab)

The Institute of Legal Studies (TILS)

Affiliated with University of the Punjab

Offered in Lahore Only

Established in 1882 at Lahore, the University of the Punjab is the largest and oldest seat of higher learning in Pakistan. TILS is an affiliated college of the University. The LLB is a five-year degree programme with an examination at the end of each year and admission is open to full-time students.

Subjects offered in LLB

English I100 marks
Islamic Studies / Ethics60 marks
Introduction to Philosphy of Law100 marks
Political Science I100 marks
Sociology I100 marks
Introduction to Arabic40 marks
English II100 marks
Pakistan Studies60 marks
Introduction to Legal Systems100 marks
Political Science II100 marks
Sociology II100 marks
I.T. Skills40 marks
Paper IArabic & English Language
Paper IIIslamic Jurisprudence
Paper IIIEnglish Jurisprudence
Paper IVConstitutional Law
Paper VLaw of Contract
Paper VILaw of Tort and Easements
Paper VIICriminal Law
Paper IConstitutional Law
Paper IIEquity
Paper IIIMercentile Law
Paper IVLaw of Transfer and Property
Paper VIslamic Personal Law
Paper VIPublic International Law
Paper VIISpecial and Local Laws
Paper ILaw of Civil Procedure
Paper IICriminal Procedure Code and Medical Jurisprudence
Paper IIILaw of Evidence and Legal Ethics
Paper IVLegal Drafting and Interpretation of Statutes
Paper VAdministrative Law
Paper VIMinor Acts
Paper VIILabour and Taxation Laws


Entrance Requirements

In order to be registered for the 5-year LLB programme, you must:

  • have passed the Laws Entrance Test (LAT) as per HEC rules
  • have passed FA/FSc/ICom exams from a recognised Board with a minimum of 2nd Division

  • Have passed the requisite O & A Levels

  • pass the English Proficiency Test

  • appear in the interview and be selected on the course

  • be less than 24 years of age at the time of admission

Guidance and support

Students enrolled on this Programme are encouraged to contact staff by mail, telephone, fax or
e-mail. Each student is also assigned an individual Guidance Tutor who is there to help with any particular difficulty & to discuss the student’s progress in general.

Special Consideration

A special fee concession is also available to students with a strong academic background on the recommendation of the principal of your school.

Decision of the Board (TILS) will be final in granting/approving any fee concession.