August 8, 2016, is believed to have swept an entire generation of lawyers from Balochistan. The suicide bombing claimed almost 80 lives and left 120 injured. The entire debate, after the incident, focused on whether the gap left after the fateful incident will be filled in the future or not. Will the upcoming generation of lawyers bridge the gap as the incident drained lawyers of high repute? The gap is so wide that it begs another question to answer whether the current state of law education imparted through private law colleges will enable a prudent generation of lawyers to cover the gap.