Legal Education Reform in Pakistan
IU Alumni Magazine hails Blackstone School of Law and IU collaboration as a legal education reform in Pakistan! To read the story click here and goto Page 41.
One woman has taken it upon herself to turn the tides. “We are disrupting legal education,” said Ujala Akram, the dean of Blackstone School of Law, (BSOL) in a recent conversation with me. Based in Lahore, BSOL is providing legal education to students who are, or wish to be, enrolled into the illustrious University of London LL.B. (Hons.) Program. To read the complete article click here.
Lahore’s Blackstone School of Law has initiated a “Safe Campus Campaign” to provide a safe learning environment for students. A short video prepared by Blackstone School of Law has taken the conversation to the next level as students and faculty members are inviting all campuses to join them in the Safe Campus Campaign. To watch the video click here.
Meet our new scholar, Mr. Haseeb Ahmed, who has received $10,000 in scholarship for his LL.M. at Indiana University through Blackstone School of Law’s collaboration. Haseeb was successfully able to obtain his U.S. visa and is preparing to leave for USA soon! He aspires to specialize in American Law for Foreign Lawyers and plans to further sit for his Bar exam in the US and become an attorney at the New York Bar. He has advanced towards his journey to success. To begin yours, apply today.
Meet our Dean’s Scholar, Mr. Saad Khawaja, who has been awarded a $15,000 in scholarship for his LL.M. at Indiana University through Blackstone School of Law’s collaboration. Saad was successfully able to obtain his U.S. visa and is preparing to leave for USA soon! He aspires to become an Intellectual Property attorney in the U.S. and will be working with technology companies in the Silicon Valley (California) during his one-year work authorization (OPT) after completing his LL.M. program.