(3) Page Length. The appellant's statement of facts shall not exceed three pages in length. Each argument shall not exceed two pages in length, and the entire brief shall not exceed ten pages in length, excluding the title page, the table of contents, and any appendix.
State Bank’s approval for release of exchange for medical treatment abroad will be obtained if the applicant desires to have foreign exchange over and above his private travel exchange quota (PTEQ). In such cases, the State Bank will allow exchange quota on the basis of recommendations made by the Medical Board set up by the Government for the purpose. Application should be made to the concerned Medical Board on the prescribed form (Appendix V-68) in duplicate. Request for release of exchange in addition to the quota recommended by the Medical Board should be sent to the State Bank alongwith statement of expenditure already incurred by the patient duly certified by the Pakistan Mission in the country where treatment is being undertaken.
a. By Magistrate. The appellant's brief will be reviewed by a student magistrate. The magistrate shall meet initially with the professor to generally discuss the examination, and may meet with the professor thereafter to discuss individual appeals, but shall not reveal the identity of the appellant. In cases involving appeals of multiple choice questions in which the professor has chosen to retain the questions, the questions shall not be disclosed to the magistrate. The magistrate shall prepare a written report and recommendation for the professor. The appellant's brief, together with his or her original work product and the magistrate's report and recommendation, shall be forwarded to the professor, pursuant to procedures that ensure the appellant's anonymity.
(6) Presumptions and Burden of Proof. There is a strong presumption that the examination was graded correctly, and the burden of proof is on the student to rebut this presumption of correctness by clear and convincing evidence. Even in cases where the professor has provided no meaningful feedback (such as substantive comments in the blue book responsive to student performance, answer guides, check sheets, etc.), to the student or the student magistrate, the burden of proof is on the student to rebut the presumption of correctness by a preponderance of the evidence.
(8) Abuse of Discretion Appeals to the Campus Dean. If the student magistrate recommends that an appeal be granted, and the professor disagrees and denies the appeal, the appellant may file a two page application for leave to appeal with the campus dean on the sole ground that the professor abused his or her discretion in denying the appeal. An example of an abuse of discretion is where the professor refuses to participate in the appeals process or fails to submit an opinion fairly explaining the basis for his or her decision rejecting the magistrate's recommendation.
(ii) A monthly statement in the form prescribed at Appendix V-5 will be submitted for each account separately alongwith a certificate from the company’s auditors to the effect that the payments made from the accounts are strictly in accordance with or covered under the IA, Power Purchase Agreement or other agreements, if any, approved by the Government.
(b) The concerned Authorised Dealer will be required to submit monthly statements in the prescribed proforma (Appendix V-5) alongwith the related import documents, invoices, agreements etc.
(3) ID Card Uses. Student identification cards are used to access the Law School Library services and to access final exams. Students should present their identification card when asked to do so by a Law School employee or Access Control personnel.
B. Required Courses. All students must successfully complete each of the following courses. Course sequencing is important. Students should select and follow a standard schedule (see Section 5.02), which will minimize examination conflicts and scheduling difficulties. For course descriptions, see
*Waiver of Bar Exam Skills Graduation Requirement. Students may apply for a waiver of the requirement to complete the Bar Exam Skills class if the student has at least a 3.25 GPA, if the student has no plans to take a U.S. bar exam, or upon clear demonstration of extenuating circumstances. Students must submit the online Request to Waive Prerequisite form (available on the portal), and the form will be reviewed by the Associate Dean of Students and Professionalism.
Section 5.02. Scheduling Options. The Law School offers five scheduling options. Students following one of these schedules will be offered most required courses in the division (morning, afternoon, evening, or weekend) they selected when entering the Law School. Courses taken in this sequence will have no schedule conflict or exam conflict. Courses taken out of sequence can result in conflicts. Courses are arranged to build on prior skill and substantive development. Students should plan to follow a standard schedule or consult with the Registrar to determine whether the desired variation is permissible.
(ii) Any person who wishes to purchase foreign exchange must lodge an application with an Authorised Dealer on the appropriate prescribed form duly supported by the requisite documents. On receipt, the application should be examined by the Authorised Dealer and if the Authorised Dealer is satisfied that the application is covered by the regulations and it is empowered to approve the remittance on behalf of the State Bank, it may effect the sale of foreign exchange. If the transaction requires prior approval of the State Bank, the application should be forwarded by the Authorised Dealer to the State Bank for consideration with comments under its stamp and signature.
When submitting applications to the State Bank, Authorised Dealers should take all reasonable precautions to satisfy themselves as to the bonafides of the applicants. They should verify that the application form has been duly completed and signed by the applicant and then affix their stamp and signature thereon in token of their having examined the application and of having satisfied themselves that to the best of their knowledge and belief, the statements made in the form are correct and that full documentary evidence as required has been submitted. In this connection, reference is also invited to para 6 of Chapter 1. The applicant should also be advised that under Section 22 of the Act, it is an offence to give any information or make any statement which he knows or has reasonable cause to believe to be false or not true in any material particular.