About The Course
LLB, also known as Bachelor of Legislative Law is an undergraduate law programme of 3-year or 5-year duration that can be pursued after graduation and 10+2 respectively. The Bachelor of Legislative Law is a foundational course in law that teaches students about legal procedures followed in the profession. The course helps the student develop a logical, analytical and critical understanding of legal affairs and teaches him/her how to use these skills for resolving social, legal issues of the society.
The course is offered by colleges that are approved by the Bar Council of India (BCI).
More Details About LLB Bachelor of Legislative Law
candidates aspiring for a law degree must have passed graduation from a recognized institute in any discipline like BA , B.Com, BCA , B.Sc , BBA etc.
There is generally no such thing as specialisation in a Bachelor of Legislative Law programme. That being said, the candidate has the flexibility to pick some subject combinations which help them to specialize in certain subjects in their LLM degree.
The undergraduate degree usually covers core modules like Criminal Law, Tort Law, Contract Law, Constitutional/Administrative Law, Equity and Trusts, Land Law, and European Law.
The LLB degree holder has the option of working both as a private lawyer or work for the government. To work in the government sector, the candidate generally needs to qualify in an entrance exam conducted by the Public Service Commission.
After completing the LLB degree, one may work in a variety of roles - corporate lawyer, judge, legal advisor, legal manager.
LLM [ Master of Laws] / [Legum Magister]