LLB Part
Paper I : English Jurisprudence
Paper II : Law of Contract
Paper III : Islamic Jurisprudence
Paper IV : Law of Tort and Easements
Paper V : Criminal Law
Paper VI : Constitutional Law I
Paper I : Constitutional Law II
Paper II : Equity
Paper III : Mercantile Law
Paper IV : Law of Transfer of Property
Paper V : Islamic Personal Law
Paper VI : Public International Law
Paper VII : Special and Local Laws
Paper I : Law of Civil Procedure
Paper II : Criminal Procedure Code & Medical Jurisprudence
Paper III : Law of Evidence and Legal Ethics
Paper IV : Legal Drafting and Interpretation of Statutes
Paper V : Administrative Law
Paper VI : Banking Laws
Paper VII : Labour and Taxation Laws

University of the Punjab LLB (Only offered at Lahore Campus)

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 three-year degree with an examination at the end of each year and admission is open to full-time students as well as employees of government, semi-government as well as private organizations.


Admission shall be offered according to the Admission Regulations of the University.
Candidates should submit their applications, on the given dates together with all the required documents.
The foreign students should route their applications for admission through the Ministry of Education, Government of Pakistan, Islamabad.

Entrance Requirements

A candidate will be required to fulfil the following:
A certificate of good moral character, signed by the Principal of the College last attended
A certificate signed by the Principal of the College attended that the applicant has passed the examination for a degree of the University of the Punjab or any other recognised University
A Migration Certificate in the case of a University other than the Punjab
The Matriculation Certificate showing the date of birth
The Intermediate Certificate
A Domicile Certificate (in the case of a graduate of a University other than the Punjab)
A detailed marks certificate of the degree examination
Three recent attested passport-size photographs of the applicant
A photocopy of CNIC

Entrance Test

All applicants must pass the Written Entrance Test and an English Language Proficiency Test.


Applicants, who satisfy the entrance requirements and have passed the Entrance Test, are invited to appear in an interview before the Admissions Board. Candidates must pass the interview before they are made an offer of admission.

Special Consideration for late results

Students, whose results are awaited, may be admitted provisionally on the basis of the Entrance Test and the interview. However, their admission is confirmed only on their having attained the required grades when the examination results are known.