64. LLB Full Form | What is Legum Baccalaureus (LLB)

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LLB Full Form | What is Legum Baccalaureus (LLB)

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LLB

The abbreviation or full form of LL.B. is Legum Baccalaureus

LLB Full Form | What is Legum Baccalaureus (LLB)

LLB Full Form, Abbreviation & Meaning

LL.B. is most commonly known as Bachelor of Laws. The term is derived from Latin which means “Legum Baccalaureus”. LL.B. is an undergraduate degree in law which originated from England and is offered in most law jurisdictions.

LL.B. is a three-year graduate degree. The candidate is eligible to take up this degree only if he has a Bachelor degree in any subject from a recognised institution. As the law education can only be taken after the completion of a degree in any subject, the Government of India established the first National Law School of India University (NLSIU) in Bangalore. This university offers a five years law course upon the successful completion of which an integrated degree with the title of “B.A., LL.B. (Hons)” would be awarded.

The eligibility requirement for the five years integrated law degree is that the applicant must have successfully completed Class XII from a recognized Board of Education in India like CISCE.In the first two years of “B.A., LL.B. (Hons)” program, the students are taught Social Studies (which includes History, Political Science, Sociology and Economics) which are associated with B.A. Alongside standard legal subjects which are a part of law such as torts, contracts and constitutional law are also taught. In the latter three years of the five years program, legal subjects dominate the curriculum.

After the completion of the LL.B. degree graduates are generally qualified to apply for the membership of the law society.

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