PAKISTAN BAR COUNCIL LEGAL EDUCATION RULES, 2015
section 4. Admission to LL.B. class:
(i) A person having passed the examination of Higher Secondary Education i.e. Intermediate [or equivalent], shall be eligible for admission to 1st year of
(5 years) LL.B. programme.
[Provided that a person having passed his Bachelor degree examination during 2015-16, will be eligible to apply for admission to 1st year of (previous 3 years) LL.B. programme in morning classes, only in the year 2016, with a recognized University, in its main campus, as specified by the Pakistan Bar Council for which the concerned University will be allocated 100 seats in addition to 100 seats earlier allocated].
[(ii)] Admissions to LL.B. (1st year) shall be on merits.
(iii)] Subject to the provisions of sub-rules (i), (ii) and (iii) above, 5 percent seats shall be reserved for the sons/daughters of Advocates who shall compete for admission in order of merit inter se.
(iv) A candidate shall not be eligible for admission to LL.B. if he.–
(i) has been convicted of an offence involving moral turpitude; or
(ii) has been dismissed or removed from service of Government, any local Authority or institution incorporated by the Government under any statute, for corruption or misconduct.
[(v)] The University or the law college will furnish complete list of students admitted to LL.B. programme, to the Pakistan Bar Council within one month of admission with necessary particulars of each student for registration with the Pakistan Bar Council along with registration fee of each student @ Rs. 1000/-”.