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The Bachelor of Laws (Latin: Legum Baccalaureus) or LL.B. is an undergraduate, or bachelors degree in law (or a first professional degree in law, depending on the jurisdiction) originating in England and offered in most common law Jurisdictions.
MIUC offers the most prestigious University of London Undergraduate Laws LLB (Hons) degree, which is not only recognized worldwide, but also the preferred choice for employers both locally and internationally.
In a world where degree providers are proliferating, the University of London LLB offers the security of an internationally recognized ‘gold standard’ established for over 100 years. The University of London was the first to offer a degree in English Law, in the 1890s.
Upon graduation students can directly enroll into the Bar at Law, LLM, LPC and will be joining a distinguished group of solicitors, barristers and judges around the world who began their careers by obtaining their law degree through the University of London International Programmes. The academic direction of the LLB is provided by a Consortium of outstanding University of London Law Schools: which includes Birkbeck, King’s, LSE, Queen Mary, SOAS and UCL.
MIUC Laws is infamous for being the only institution in the twin cities for conducting the most extra and co- Curricular events from the Metropolitan Moot Court Competition (MMCC), to Court Trips, embassy trips, Visits to the National Assembly of Pakistan and Guest Lectures from notable Judicial and legal figures such as Justice Qazi Faez Isa, Justice Supreme Court of Pakistan, Former Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Malik Qamar Afzal, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan, Ahmed Raza Kasuri, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan and Judge Sohail Nasir.

course

LLB 1 subjects:

  • Contract Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Legal System & Method
  • Public Law

LLB 2 subjects:

  • Tort Law
  • EU Law
  • Property law
  • Optional Subjects: International Protection of Human Rights or Commercial Law

LLB 3 subjects:

  • Jurisprudence & Legal Theory
  • Equity & Trusts
  • Optional Subjects: Introduction to Islamic Law, Dissertation, Public International Law, Criminology, Company Law
  • Standard Route: 3 minimum Cs in O Levels (including English & Maths) and 2 minimum Es in A Levels (excluding Urdu)
  • Graduate Route: Minimum previous qualification should be 3 years Bachelors from a recognized university.
The University of London, established by Royal Charter in 1836 and governed by the University Of London Act 2018, is a federal research university situated in the heart of London. As of 2020 the university consists of 17 member institutions and three central academic bodies. The university has around 48,000 distance learning external students and 178,735 campus-based internal students, making it the largest university by number of students in the United Kingdom. It was the first university in the United Kingdom to introduce examinations for women in 1869 and, a decade later, the first to admit women to degrees. There are over 2 million University of London alumni across the world, including 12 monarchs or royalty, 52 presidents or prime ministers (including 1 Prime Minister of the United Kingdom), 85 Nobel laureates, 5 Fields Medalists, 4 Turing Award winners, 6 Grammy winners, 2 Oscar winners, 3 Olympic gold medalists and the “Father of the Nation” of several countries.Quaid -e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Mahatama Ghandi and Nelson Mandela are also some of the most notable UOL Laws Alumni.

The University of London has a long historical association with British Aristocracy and Royalty, with numerous nobles as its prominent Chancellors. The former queen of England, later the Queen Mother Queen Elizabeth was the former Chancellor. The position is currently held by Princess Anne, The Princess Royal since 1981.

The UOL Graduation ceremony is held annual in London in March and the event is chaired by Princess Ann and other notable British Figures and academics.

Some of the most prestigious Colleges of the University of London:
  • →City, University of London
  • →Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
  • →Goldsmiths, University of London
  • →King’s College London
  • →London School of Economics and Political Science
  • →Queen Mary University of London
  • →Royal Holloway, University of London
  • →SOAS, University of London
  • →St George’s, University of London
  • →University College London
Central academic bodies:
    • →University of London (Worldwide)
    • →University of London Institute in Paris, formerly known as the British Institute in Paris
    • →School of Advanced Study comprising the following institutes:
      •    o the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies o the Institute of Classical Studies
      •    o the Institute of Commonwealth Studies
      •    o the Institute of English Studies
      •    o the Institute of Historical Research
      •    o the Institute of Latin American Studies
      •    o the Institute of Modern Languages Research
      •    o the Institute of Philosophy
      •    o the Warburg Institute