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Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology

Recognised Teaching Centre

Students at Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST), Pakistan
Study at Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology, graduate from the University of London.

Welcome from the Centre

Welcome to SZABIST Recognised Teaching Centre! It is a privilege to be heading the leading law school in the country – a law school which was one of the first to begin offering the University of London LL.B programme in Pakistan – and to have the opportunity to engage with students who are paving the way to a brighter future for Pakistan. Since its inception in 2002, we at SZABIST have strongly believed not just in teaching the letter of the law but also in developing critical reasoning, advocacy skills, an understanding of justice, and empathy. With this legal training, all our graduates over the last 18 years have strengthened the legal fraternity with their intellect, passion and sense of social responsibility.

Our highly qualified and experienced faculty is always available to motivate and mentor our students. The law student at SZABIST is enriched with the complete university experience - national and international moot competitions, seminars and workshops, internship opportunities, social activities and a vast array of student societies and events, all of which play a part in preparing them for their first steps into professional practice.

Mr. Mehernosh Bhadha
Head of Department

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Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology

Student testimonial


Mashal Gilani - Bachelor of Laws

"Pursuing the LL.B programme at SZABIST has turned out be one of the best decisions of my life. Not only have I been given the opportunity to reach academic excellence with the support of my teachers and peers, but I have also discovered extracurricular activities such as mooting, and been able to hone my skills of drafting and advocacy. In fact, I had the honour of representing SZABIST in national and international moot court competitions by using these skills – experiences which further gave me a chance to develop my critical thinking and leadership abilities. In short, SZABIST has not only taught me law, but has nurtured me so that I could grow into a confident and independent person and for that I am truly grateful."

Mashal Gilani is currently a Third Year LL.B Student. She is presently working as SZABIST’s Moot Coach, is a Teacher's Assistant and is also one of the researchers for the SZABIST Law Journal. She previously served as the Mistress of Moots in the SZABIST Law Society and as an intern on a collaborative project with SZABIST and the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Students at SZABIST, Pakistan

Extra-curricular activities at SZABIST include the Law Society and moot court competitions.