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full form of LLB and LLM

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B.P. Bhardwaj (delhi)     28 November 2012

LL.B.     =     Legum Baccalaureus 

LL.M. =  Legum Magister

sagar (student)     15 December 2012

lex legum baccalaureus............is the full form of llb

R.K Nanda (Advocate)     02 February 2013

LL.B- Bachelor of Legislative Law.

 

LL.M.- Master of Legislative Law.

Davinder kumar (N/A)     29 April 2013

Sir,

         The Bachelor of Laws (Legum Baccalaureus Latin, abbreviated LL.B., but never L.L.B.) is an undergraduate , or bachelor, degree in law 

Davinder kumar (N/A)     29 April 2013

Sir,

         The Bachelor of Laws (Legum Baccalaureus Latin, abbreviated LL.B is an undergraduate , or bachelor, degree in law 

and the 2Nd one Is LL.M >LL.M. is an abbreviation of the Latin legum magister, which means Master of Law 

Satya nand aggarwal (Advocate)     15 February 2016

from latin legus et legum baccalaureus

Satya nand aggarwal (Advocate)     15 February 2016

Latin word legum et legus baccalaureus

Jacshon Fied   20 November 2017

The full form of LLB or ERP is Bachelors of Law

 

Source:- https://full-form.in/LLB.html

Zeta Teresa Pereira   03 February 2020

Legum Baccalaureus or LLB is a Bachelor of Law degree. It is derived from a Latin phrase. 

LLM, on the other hand, is an abbreviation of the Latin Legum Magister, which means Master of Law. 

Thanks and regards,

Zeta 

Raksha Joshi   28 February 2020

Hello,

Thankyou for your question.

1)The long form of LLB is  Bachelor of Legislative Law or Legum Baccalaureus.

2)The long form of LLM is Latin Legum Magister or Maters of Legislative Law.

Hope this helps!

Regards,

Raksha

Zeta Teresa Pereira   03 March 2020

Hello!

The full form of LL.B is Bachelor of Legislative Law or Legum Baccalaureus in Latin. On the other hand, LL.M is a Masters degree which is done after completion of LL.B. The full form of LL.M. is Master of Laws or Latin Legum Magister. Both are short forms of Latin words. 

I hope this is clear.

Thanks and regards,

Zeta 

Akshay   30 March 2020

Hi

Thank you for your question

Q.1. What do you mean by LL.B.?

Ans. It  is a professional law degree as well as Undergraduate degree.

Q.2. How to write LLB in a correct form?

Ans. LL.B.

Q.3. Full form of LL.B. in Latin and in English?

Ans. Legum Beccalaureus and Bachelor of Laws.

Q.4. Why we dont use Single "L" rather than Double 'LL'?

Ans. 'LL' used in the Latin when we talk about plural form , so Legum in itself a plural form of law.

         "L" = Lex or Legis ( singular form) in latin

And this LL.B. talks about degree on laws not on a single law.

Q.5. What do you mean by LL.M.?

Ans. A Post Graduate degree in Law.

Q.6. How to write  LLM in a correct form?

Ans. LL.M.

Q.7. What is the full form of LL.M. in Latin and in English?

Ans.Latin= Legum Magister; English= Master of Laws.

Q.8. What do you mean by LL.D.?

Ans. A doctorate-level academic degree in law.

Q.9. How to write LLD in a correct form?

Ans. LL.D.

Q.10. What is the full form of LL.D. in Latin and in English?

Ans.   Latin= Legum Doctor; English=Doctor of Laws.

Hope this will help you

Best regards,

Akshay Gupta

Palak Singh   31 March 2020

The full forms are as following:
1) L.L.B: Bachelor of Law (Legum Baccalaureus)

2)L.L.M: Masters in Law (Legum Magister)


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