Prof. Dr. Farooq Hassan
BA(Juris), MA, (MA., M. LiTT(Oxon), Fellow AAIL,;
DICLC(Hague), DGL(Columbia); DIA (Harvard)
Prof. of Law & Foreign Affairs,
Barrister at Law (UK); Attorney at Law (US)
Senior Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan.
Seeking to become a Lawyer or legal practitioner is not the only reason for studying a legal qualification. You might already be working in a law related field like, in the police force or human rights activist or working as paralegal staff, and want to enhance your legal knowledge and professional standing. Your career path might lie in the commercial or financial professions, where legal qualifications are highly valued not only for specific knowledge of law but also because of the transferable skills that come with the study of law such as mental dexterity and problem solving abilities. You might be a special issue campaigner, lobbyist, teacher, politician or might want to find out more about how law works and possibly go on to higher academic studies. Many of you might be interested to become a part of judiciary. Whatever your reasons for study are, I can guarantee you that applying yourself to studies in law will provide a thought-provoking and challenging path.