Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B.)

Overview

  • Level of Programme Undergraduate
  • Duration 3 years
  • Average Start Salary 4-6 lakhs per annum
  • Language English
  • Assessments Yes
Course Description

LLB or Bachelor of Legislative Law is an undergraduate law degree which is a prerequisite for anyone who wants to enter the field of judiciary and law. The course is of 3 years, which helps to develop skills like problem-solving, communication, and judgment.

LLB course syllabus includes subjects such as Criminal Law, Family Law, International Law, etc. Apart from theory studies, seminars, moot court sessions, and internships are also a major part of the course curriculum. Hence, LLB subjects are very interactive and interesting.

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria to apply for LLB programme are as follows -
If you want to pursue law after Class XII, then you need to go for a course like BA LLB, BSc LLB, etc.
You should have scored at least 45% in Class XII and qualify the entrance test required for admission in LLB courses.
However, for pursuing a simple LLB course, you need to have completed your graduation from a recognized college.
If you are already a graduate (any stream and any course), then you simply can pursue LLB for 3 years through qualifying the required entrance exams.
There is no age limit to pursue LLB courses in India.

Syllabus

First Year Syllabus

Labor Law Law of Tort and Consumer Protection Act
Family Law I Constitutional Law
Crime Professional Ethics
Family Law II Women and Law


Second Year Syllabus

Law of Evidence Practical Training - Legal Aid
Property Law including the Transfer of Property Act Human Rights and International Law
Arbitration, Conciliation and Alternative Environmental Law
Jurisprudence International Economics Law


Third Year Syllabus

Code of Criminal Procedure Legal Writing
Company Law Land Laws including Ceiling and other Local Laws
Civil Procedure Code Administrative Law
Interpretation of Statutes Practical Training - Moot Court and Drafting