It is a well-known fact that we dwell in a country where information technology is not spreading as rapidly as it should. A limited number of institutes promote education through computer technology. We law students need to broaden our horizon and find new ways to spread legal education. The aim of our research society is to promote legal education in Pakistan through the use of the world-wide-web and to show the world that “YES WE EXIST! YES WE CAN!”
Quaid-e-Azam Law College (QLC) research society was formed by three students with the help and guidance of the honorable dean of Quaid-e-Azam Law College Lahore. At first it seemed like an uphill task but things got easier along the way. Quaid-e-Azam Law College takes pride in providing “Legal Education with a difference” and the QLC research society shares the same aim. We are bent upon promoting education through information technology and will strive to achieve our goal.
Search for a legal topic on google and you will find thousands of articles which have been submitted by law students from all over the world especially from India, U.K and USA. We are out to prove that the law students of Pakistan are no less than the students of India or USA. Pakistanis have the potential to succeed but it is unknown to the world. We cannot sit still whenever other countries call Pakistan a Third-World country. Promoting legal education is not the sole aim of the research society. One of our main aims is to prove to the whole world that we are no longer a Third-world country and we will prove our worth.