Welcome! Introduction to Pakistan Legal System provides an explanation to a number of traditional jurisprudential questions such as "what is law?", "must laws be rules?", and "what is the relation between law and morality?". The guide is designed to assist with locating the concept of legal resources, legal reviews, legislative history, and scholarly articles available in the library and online links to the relevant resources.
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The Law and Politics Society (LPS) at LUMS strives rigorously to inculcate a culture of mooting across law schools around the globe. This event not only provides a useful opportunity to law students to demonstrate their critical legal research and advocacy skills, but also serves as a national focal point for new and progressive initiatives in legal education. The 3rd LIMCC was held from February 13th – 16th 2020. It hosted a total of 20 teams, national and international included. The Competition has been incomparable to the previous ones, not only in terms of having more teams intensely competing amongst each other, but also in terms of the panel of remarkable judges honoring us with their presence. Moreover, the competition stood out greatly with regards to the issues it highlighted. The moot problem revolved around the refugee crisis and the relevant Refugee Convention under international law. Read More
LUMS alumna, Shanza Faiq, BA-LL.B graduate of 2016, has topped the Central Superior Services (CSS) exam and has been inducted into the Foreign Services of Pakistan Group. In 2018, over 11,887 candidates appeared for the CSS exam from all over Pakistan, out of which only 567 were able to qualify. To not only top the list of qualified candidates but to also do it on her first attempt is no easy feat, and undoubtedly is a milestone we are all proud of here at LUMS. Read More
The Law and Politics Society is a student organization at LUMS that hopes to encourage legal and political discourse on national and international issues. It aspires to enable students to understand the application of legal principles and overcome obstacles in actual legal practice by addressing real-life situations through quality debate. Therefore, the LPS aims to cultivate in students at LUMS and abroad interest in the professional aspect of law and politics through debates, panel discussions, and moots.
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