Denning Public Services


Denning Law School is a place that promotes both academics as well as community welfare. For us, a successful lawyer is one who has both a comprehensive knowledge of the law as well as great interpersonal skills; which is why, at Denning, we place great importance in giving our students not only the skills that they will need to succeed in their careers but also the compassion to help the less privileged factions of our society.

Denning Public Services, Denning Law School’s Welfare Society, aims to play a role in addressing social problems. In 2016, Pakistan’s first Multi-Dimensional Poverty Index Report declared that nearly 39% Pakistanis live in multidimensional poverty. Multidimensional poverty encompasses poor health, lack of education, inadequate living standards, disempowerment, poor quality of work, the threat of violence, and living in areas that are environmentally hazardous.

Denning Public Services encourages students to think of the other half and come up with short term and long-term solutions to their socio-economic problems. Students will collaborate with social welfare organizations and get to experience the day to day struggles of the working class.

Cycle for a Cause 2021

Denning Public Services Society organized “Cycle for a Cause,” – a healthy yet fun event for the students, that was supplemented with the noble cause of generating funds for the underprivileged.
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Food Donation Drive 2019

The Denning Welfare Society had raised significant funds throughout the year, which were utilized for food distribution drive. The students distributed biryani packets and water bottles to the financially and socially marginalized individuals at various locations of the town.
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Blood Donation Drive 2018

The Denning Welfare Society organized a blood drive at the campus with the assistance of the Indus Hospital. The doctors of Indus Hospital gave a debriefing session explaining the importance and benefits of blood donation. The donation drive spanned on December 13 and 14, 2018, wherein several students donated blood. The last day of the...
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