L.L.B The first academic degrees were all law degrees in medieval universities, and the first law degrees were doctorates. The foundations of the first universities were the glossators of the 11th century, which were also schools of law. The first university, that of Bologna, was founded as a school of law by four famous legal scholars in the 12th century who were students of the glossator school in that city. The University of Bologna served as the model for other law schools of the medieval age. While it was common for students of law to visit and study at schools in other countries, such was not the case with England because of the English rejection of Roman law (except for certain jurisdictions such as the Admiralty Court) and, although the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge did teach canon law until the English Reformation, its importance was always superior to civil law in those institutions.
"LL.B." stands for Legum Baccalaureus in Latin. The "LL." of the abbreviation for the degree is from the genitive plural legum ("of laws"). Creating an abbreviation for a plural, especially from Latin, is often done by doubling the first letter. It is sometimes erroneously called "Bachelor of Legal Letters" to account for the double "L"
As the head of the department is a qualified Supreme Court lawyer, the students will learn how to apply law in practice and develop the current skills most demanded by employers.
|Eligibility||Graduate in any stream with minimum 45% marks in aggregate.|
To be eligible for admission in the LL. B. -3 Year degree program, the candidate should: Have passed Graduation(10+2+3 pattern) in any discipline from a recognized College/University, having secured minimum 45% marks in aggregate for general category and 40% marks in aggregate for SC/ST category.
After completing your LLB, you can become a legal advisor or join law firms, Private Companies, Corporate firms, or Banks. You can provide advice on various legal matters. Furthermore, your legal expertise could also be used in NGOs. These provide their clients with legal advisory services. All candidates who clear the exam will be able to practice law legally, anywhere in India. Like almost every other job in the field of law, there will be challenges that you will have to face if you pursue a career path as a Litigation lawyer