Thanks for all repliers.
Adesh Kumar Sharma (Senior Associate Lawyer) 20 October 2010
Mr. Shree is very much right, the word "LL" is used without space or comma or any dot between the words to show the plurality of the words, therefore the abrivation stands for LL.B. is Bachlor of Laws, and likewise LL.M. stands for Master of Laws.
faizul gaffar.shaik (student) 21 October 2010
In Latin Language,
LLB means Legum Baccalaureus
LLM means Legum Magister
A. A. JOSE (LAWYER; LEGAL ADVISER/CONSULTANT& TRAINER) 10 June 2011
Indeed interesting deliberations. Ultimately, much ado for nothing ?
PANMUN (SELF EMPLOYED) 21 June 2011
Firstly Thank to all those who have given there suggestion in this regard and it was quiet intersting.
But i would like to go with the full form of LL.B as written by University of Gauhati (ASSAM) on the Certificate
i.e, "LL.B = Bachelor of Law"
and would hope those who have got the certificate see it and that this is acceptable all over India.
and if there is another abbrivation written on the certificate do let us know of which state it is or the university.
Gorimaa..B (Law Student) 25 July 2011
LLB stands for Bachelor in Law.And the word LLB , is derived from the Latin language which means " Baccalaureus Legis".
SANJEEV KUMAR (PROPRIETOR) 30 November 2011
I think, the full form of LLB is 'Legislative Law Bachelor' and the full form of LLM is 'Legislative Law Master'.
harmeet kaur chadha (student) 02 December 2011
LL.B. stands for Legum Baccalaureus (Bachelor of Laws).
LL.M. stands for Legum Magister (Master of Laws).its a latin word..and it mean the same
tripti verma (asst professor in law) 19 June 2012
fullform of L.L.B is bachelar of law of laws and L.L.M. is master of law of laws you can check from ugc website list of specified subjects