Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law (SAHSOL)
In 2013, LUMS announced the launch of the Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law (SAHSOL), as its fourth school. The Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law has grown out of the Department of Law & Policy, which has been functioning since 2004 and offers a 5-year joint BA-LL.B undergraduate programme, a degree accredited by the Pakistan Bar Council. The BA-LL.B degree allows students to spend the first two years of the programme towards getting the essential academic prerequisites for a sound legal training as well as vital communication and computer skills. Over the next three years the students undergo rigorous exposure to fundamental and specialised subjects in law, as well as exciting new inter-disciplinary areas such as law and economics, regulation and policy making. SAHSOL would create innumerable ripples across the entire social, political and economic fabric. The Law School will thus become a significant contributor to the intellectual evolution and ideological growth of our society, continuing and building upon the impressive accomplishments of LUMS in the fields of Management, Humanities, Social Sciences, Science and Engineering.