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What is the Advocates Career Scope in Pakistan After LLM Lawyer Degree

Being a lawyer is a tough job. The people rely on the lawyers for the rights and the bad to be right. The people have a firm believe on the  lawyers which they think will bring justice to them. Here we have given details which will help you out for being a lawyer.

Specialization in Law

In many countries, lawyers are general practitioners who will take almost any kind of case that walks in the door. In others, there has been a tendency since the start of the 20th century for lawyers to specialize early in their careers. In countries where specialization is prevalent, many lawyers specialize in representing one side in one particular area of the law; thus, it is common in the United States to hear of plaintiffs’ personal injury attorneys.

Course Structure:

The course structure of L.L.B is divided into three major proportions namely part 1, 2 and 3. In the first year or 1st part of the L.L.B the person is required to give 6 examination papers namely Islamic Jurisprudence, English Jurisprudence, law of contract, etc. In the 2nd part of the degree one is required to pass 7 different examinations and the same is the case with 3rd part of the degree too.

In order to become an advocate in the bar council of Pakistan the tests need to be passed which are on the following topics; Civil Procedure Code, Criminal Procedure Code, Limitation Act, Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Legal Practitioners and Bar Councils Act 1973, Canons of Professional, Conduct and Etiquette of Advocate as framed by the Pakistan Bar Council, Court Fees Act, and suits Valuation Act and Qanoon-e-Shahadat.

What is the Advocates Career Scope in Pakistan After LLM Lawyer Degree

What is the Advocates Career Scope in Pakistan After LLM Lawyer DegreeCourts in Pakistan

  • Supreme Court of Pakistan
  • Sindh High Court
  • Lahore High Court
  • Lahore High Court Bar
  • Peshawar High Court
  • District Court Karachi (East)
  • Malir Court Karachi
  • Hyderabad Courts Sindh

After partition courts were classified into criminal courts and civil courts.  Civil courts further divide into three categories namely Court of the District Judge, Court of the Additional District Judge and Court of the Civil Judge. While the Criminal Courts were classified as follow:

Session Court

  • Court of the Magistrate Class I
  • Court of the Magistrate Class II
  • Court of the Magistrate Class III
  • Court of the Magistrate Section 30

The details are mentioned here. The best updates are updated here time to time. The information is provided here. If you have query you can comment.

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