Pakistan's Bahria University Launches its First LL.M. Program

The Islamabad-based school is adding this LL.M. to its existing LL.B. offering

The inaugural class of Bahria University's LL.M. program began on Friday with a ceremony held at its Islamabad campus.

Applications for this brand new two-year LL.M. closed at the end of August, with the next cohort to begin in fall 2017.

The program includes a broad range of electives, including comparative environmental law, international trade law, Islamic law, the legal history of Pakistan and India, and a comparative study of Islamic and Western Jurisprudence.

A number of scholarships are also available, based on need and merit.

For more information, see the program website.


Image: Pakistan National Monument by Arsalan Asad CC BY 2.0 (cropped)

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