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The law is a system of rules that a society or government develops in order to deal with crime, business agreements, and social relationships. Laws are made by governments, specifically by their legislatures and it is set of rules for behavior which is considered right and important by the majority of people for moral, religious, or emotional reasons. Graduates who are specialized in this field are known as Lawyers, who is an individual licensed by the state to engage in the practice of law and advise clients on legal matters. Lawyers act as both advocates and advisors on behalf of their clients.

Types of Legal Practice

1. Private Practice: involves working alone or with partners in a firm to provide legal services     to clients.

2. Public Interest Law: practitioners may work for advocacy groups, legal aid clinics and     other organizations with the goal of advancing an interest of the public.

3. Government Counsel: lawyers directly employed by the government may work for     ministries, government agencies and crown corporations.

4. Corporate Counsel: an in-house counsel works for a single company to advice on legal     matters related to its business activities.

 

Specialty areas of Law

1. Criminal law : deals with conduct that is considered harmful to social order and in which     the guilty party may be imprisoned or fined.

2. Civil law : deals with the resolution of lawsuits between individuals or organizations.

3. Corporation Law: deals with advising corporations on their legal rights, obligations,     privilege.

4. Labour Law : deals with workers, their associations, working conditions, workers rights     and duties etc.

5. Real Estate Law: covers conveyance of property, search records and deeds to establish     titles of property.

6. Patent Law : focuses on securing patents for inventors from the patent’s office.

7. Constitutional Law: dealing with powers of the federal government and the division of     powers between the federal and provincial governments.

8. Tax Law: deals with the taxes levied by different levels of government

 

Courses and Eligibility

1. Student must pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with Arts subjects to get     admission into bachelor’s degree program.

2. Bachelor of Arts (LLB)

3. Master of Arts (LLM)

 

Employment

Graduates of law are employed in various courts of law, in both government and central service, organizations, advocate, legal advisors in companies, Tax and Labor departments and they can start their career as a teacher in colleges and universities. Graduate who qualifies in the Law Service Commission or State Public Service Commission is eligible for appointment as munsif promotion may take a person higher up to sub-judge, District and Sessions Courts Judge and further to appointments in High Courts and the Supreme Court.

 
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