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Bachelor Of Legislative Law

Bachelor of Legislative Laws is the full form of LLB Course is an undergraduate degree which deals with the study of various types of laws such as Labour Law, Family Law, Criminal Law, Human Rights, International Law, etc. It is the first professional degree in law and forms the foundation for a promising career in law and legal services

Here is a list of the Top Law Entrance Exams conducted by the top law colleges in India for admission to a degree course in law –

  • Common-Law Admission Test [CLAT]: conducted by the consortium of National Law Universities for admission to LLB courses in the various NLUs.
  • Law School Admission Test [LSAT]: is an entrance exam and many universities consider its score for admission to Law courses.
  • All India Law Entrance Test [AILET]: is conducted by National Law University of Delhi.
  • Andhra Pradesh Law Common Entrance Test [AP LAWCET]: is conducted by colleges and universities in Andhra Pradesh for admission to LLB programs.

Eligibility Criteria

Career Opportunity

LLB Course Highlights

  • Degree: Bachelors
  • Full Form: Bachelor of Legislative Laws
  • Duration: 3 years for Graduates and 5 years for Undergraduates
  • Minimum Requirement: Graduation in any discipline for 3-year LLB course and 10+2 for 5 years integrated  course (BA LLB /BSc LLB /BBA LLB) 
  • Course Fees:  INR 22,000 – 2 Lakh per annum
  • Average Salary offered:  INR 3 L – 10 Lakh per annum
  • Employment Roles: Attorney General, District & Sessions Judge, Advocate, Public Prosecutor, Solicitor, Legal Advisor, Legal Manager, Associate Attorney, Legal Counsel, etc.

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