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Empelli Prakash


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Posted On 11 November 2008 at 11:25 Report Abuse

hi friends
i would like to know the full form of LLB and LLM
though i completed llb, till now dont know the exact full form.
looking a good answers from you great advocates


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JAGADEESH GOVIND


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Posted On 11 November 2008 at 11:45 Report Abuse

Dear Praksh,


The terms LLB and LLM are derived from Latin Language,wich means Legum Baccalaureus and Legum Magister respectively.


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JAGADEESH



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Shree.


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Posted On 11 November 2008 at 12:16 Report Abuse

 


Dear E.Prakash,


LL.B / LLB = LEGUM BACCALAUREUS (Legum is plural for Lex); = Bachelor of Laws, the tertiary level law degree.


Unless you're referring to another LLB.


 LL.M.= Master of Laws."  It's a lawyer's degree.


 



TS Bhatia


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Posted On 11 November 2008 at 15:27 Report Abuse

LLB IS BACHELOR OF LAW


LLM IS MASTER OF LAW



TS Bhatia


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Posted On 11 November 2008 at 15:27 Report Abuse

LLB IS BACHELOR OF LAW


LLM IS MASTER OF LAW



Aniruddha.P.Pawse


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Posted On 11 November 2008 at 16:54 Report Abuse

LL.B. stands for Bachelor of Legislative Laws and LL.M. stands for Master of  Legislative Laws



Shree.


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Posted On 11 November 2008 at 18:36 Report Abuse

Dear E.Prakash,


LL.M. is an abbreviation of the Latin Legum Magister, which means Master of Laws. In Latin, the plural form of a word is abbreviated by repeating the letter. Hence, "LL." is short for "laws." Legum is the possessive plural form of the Latin word lex, which means "specific laws", as opposed to the more general concept embodied in the word jus, from which the word juris and the modern English word "justice" are derived



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Posted On 11 November 2008 at 18:36 Report Abuse

Dear all,


I have read somewhere that LL.B., is Baccalaureus Legis.


 



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Posted On 11 November 2008 at 18:37 Report Abuse

Dear all,


I have read somewhere that LL.B., is Baccalaureus Legis.


 



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Posted On 11 November 2008 at 18:38 Report Abuse

Dear all,


I have read somewhere that LL.B., is Baccalaureus Legis.


 




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