Law School Clinic
The law clinics at Superior College of Law allow you to take the theory that you learn in the classroom and apply it to real cases, for real people. As a student in the law clinics, you’ll provide legal counsel to those who can’t afford it.
Course-Related Experience
The Course Related Experience allows for students to earn academic credit for experiential learning done in conjunction with a classroom course that they have taken, or are taking, for credit. Students work in conjunction with full-time faculty members to design and execute proposals for learning how law and theory learned in the classroom operates externally.
Field Research
Students work outside the classroom under the supervision of a faculty member to conduct factual investigations, interviews, and/or legal research aimed at 1) identifying or advancing potential solutions to a legal or public policy problem or 2) examining the relevance of legal doctrine to a legal or public policy problem.
Moot Court
In law school, you spend much of your time learning legal theory and analysis. The Moot Court Program will not only encourage your development of skills in brief writing and oral advocacy skills and give you practical experience in these areas, it also recognizes and rewards student excellence.
Student Affairs Office
At Superior college, we believe that true learning goes beyond the classroom and that’s why we strive to refine the campus life at superior by providing our students the opportunities that can enhance their vision and leadership skills. The Student Affairs Office (SAO) drives and creates all such opportunities for our students.
Counseling Center
Center for Counseling and Psychological Well-being at Superior College aims to provide students with services that can help them gain and maintain mental well-being. It also aims to facilitate students in managing stressors that may interfere with their academic progress and performance.
Superior has a library to serve the faculty, students, researchers and staff of the College. The library has an extensive collection of printed and electronic books, electronic journals, Magazines, Catalogues and other materials including, CDs, DVDs, etc. The books and other reading materials are arranged into different sections according to the specific nature of the collections.
Library Opening Hours
Library remains open 6 days a week. The regular timings are.
Monday – Friday 09:00 AM ----- 06:00 PM
Saturday 09:00 AM ------ 06:00 PM
We remain close on Sunday & Public holidays.
A standing computer station is available in library for our students. Computers with free internet access and printers are available in the library. One computer lab for Superior College, managed by the Technology Services department at the law school, is accessible through the library.
While law school students have access to the library's complete database, visitors only have access to some of the public access to the library's legal research stations. These computers do not allow printing, although research results can be downloaded and stored on a flash drive.
Mobile devices and laptops can connect to wireless networks within the library.
A copy machine is available in the library. For Superior Student Card holders only, print copying is available at a charge.
The library uses a security system which sounds if library materials are removed without being checked out. If the alarm sounds when you leave, return to the Circulation Desk. To secure the library’s collection, bags may be checked as each person leaves the library.

Societies and clubs

Superior Dramatic Society
The Superior College of law Dramatics Society aims to bring about a theatrical uprising in the country by exploring the idea of theatre and dramatics in the most productive and creative of ways. I t's purpose is to explore budding actors and provide them with a healthy platform to showcase their talent.
Superior Adventure Society
The goal of this initiative is to focus on character building of youth to promote well-being and buffer against psychological disorders, drugs and corruption among youth.
Superior Music Society
Superior Debating Society
Superior Photography Society
Superior Sports Society/Gym
Book Fair
Superior Urdu Adab Society
Superior Annual Dinner
Bonfire Night