Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B.)
- Level of Programme Undergraduate
- Duration 3 years
- Average Start Salary 4-6 lakhs per annum
- Language English
- Assessments Yes
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.
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.
First Year Syllabus
|Labor Law||Law of Tort and Consumer Protection Act|
|Family Law I||Constitutional Law|
|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|