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The University of Law launches new online partnership in Pakistan

The University of Law (ULaw) has announced a new online partnership with the Business and Law School (BLS) in Lahore, Pakistan.

The partnership is focused onthe delivery of postgraduate online LLM degrees by The University of Law in Pakistan. BLS will act as a service provider to ULaw and will support ULaw students in country.

This exciting new partnership was virtually represented by Tatiana Rizopoulou, Director of InternationalPartnerships at ULaw. The launch was further supported by Kelvin Jones, Director of International Recruitment at Global University Systems (GUS) and Leonor Pinho, International Partnerships Manager at ULaw. 

At the event, Mr Ehsan UllahChughtai, CEO and Business and Law School Director and Alumni of ULaw, highlighted the crucial role of BLS in helping Pakistani students gain online access to a top international law university from their home country.

Tatiana Rizopoulou expanded on the importance of the online partnership and its contribution in the overall University of Law strategy to strengthen its contribution to legal education in Pakistan and the wider region. 

The event was well received by the press and media in Pakistan, where the Governor of Punjab, Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar also joined the event and addressed his support as a Chief Guest Speaker. He expressed how critical it is for students to get access to the best educational opportunities within Pakistan via online learning and how this partnership will help cement Pakistan as an area of interest for other top universities. 

Vassilis Konstantinou, Pro Vice Chancellor International at The University of Law said: “We are delighted to be entering into this new online partnership in Pakistan with BLS. This partnership will allow us to lead more students through the journey to qualifying as a solicitor and support them to achieve their career goals. We look forward to guiding future generations of law students across the world.”