LLB or law is a set of categorized rules and regulations under which any society or country is governed. Bachelor of Law  is an Undergraduate Academic Degree which is awarded for a course or program in Law. It is also known as L.L.B. which is an abbreviated form of the Bachelor of Law Degree. L.L.B. Law degree qualifies a student to become Lawyer or work in a Legal Department. Bachelor of Law is 3 year course consisting of 6 Terms. The course arrangement is divided into 6 semesters. LLB (General) Degree is offered after the successful completion of the second year. The LLB Degree is awarded only after the completion of 3 years i.e. 6 semesters. Bachelor of Law Degree Instruction material includes Seminars, Tutorial Work, Moot Courts and Practical Training Programmes. Bachelor of Law Distance Education Courses are also provided by several Institutes in India. The legal education apex body in India is the Bar Council of India. This Bar Council monitors and regulates the system of legal education in India. There are several autonomous Law Colleges in India which offer courses to students who wish to pursue a professional career in the legal sector of the state.

There are 2 options for Legal Courses – 3 years L.L.B. course for Graduates and 5 year course for under graduates. The 5 year course degree with B.A. L.L.B. (Honours) degree is obtained by students who complete the integrated degree course. Other degrees in law offered are B.Sc., LLB and B.B.A, L.L.B after 5 years of study in Law Colleges. Both the types of degrees – 3 year and 5 year Integrated Honours are recognized and are also qualifying degrees for practise of legal profession in India. A holder of either type of degree may approach a Bar Council of any States of India and get upon compliance with the necessary standards, be enrolled on the rolls of the said Bar Council. The process of enrolment confers a license to the holder to practise before any court in India and give legal advice. The entire procedure of enrolment and post-enrolment professional conduct is regulated and supervised by the Bar Council of India.

Duration: 3 Years & 5 YearsLevel: Graduation
Type: DegreeEligibility : 10+2 or Graduation
Types of llb
  1. B.Com LLB is a 5 year course that deals with both commerce as well as law subjects. Students will have a better career in the financial aspects of law 
  2. BBA LLB is a 5 year course that deals with BBA subjects and Law subjects. It helps the students to have a career in corporate law. Students will know the details of legal processes and also know how companies work and manage.  
  3. BA LLB is the most popular undergraduate law course in India. BA LLB is a 5 year duration law course. It provides on law subjects including arts subjects such as Sociology, History, etc. 
  4. BSc LLB is a 5 year course where some science and law subjects are taught. While pursuing the course, candidates must study courses including, Chemistry, Biotechnology, Electronic Devices, Civil Law, Tax Law, Labour Law, Corporate Law, Criminal Law, Patent Law, and Administrative Law. 
LLB Employment Areas
  • Banks.
  • Business Houses.
  • Educational Institutes.
  • Legal Constancies.
  • News Channels.
  • Newspapers.
  • Judiciary.
  • Private Practice.
  • Sales Tax and Excise Departments.
LLB Job Types
  • Advocates.
  • Attorney General.
  • District and Sessions Judge.
  • Law Reporters.
  • Legal Advisor’s.
  • Magistrate.
  • Munsifs (Sub-Magistrate).
  • Notary.
  • Oath Commissioner.
  • Public Prosecutor.
  • Solicitors.
  • Teachers.