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PRAMESH AGARWAL (Guest)     09 September 2009

LLB

Friends what is the actual latin abbreviation of LLb?



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Kiran Kumar (Lawyer)     09 September 2009

LL.B stands for LEGUM BACCALAUREUS or u can say Bachelor of Laws.

 

LL.M stands for  LEGUM MAGISTER or u can say Master of Laws.

 

LL.D stands for LEGUM DOCTOR  or u can say Doctor of Laws.

 

u should notice spelling wise LL.B is rather more difficult :-)

 

pawan sharma (legal work)     13 September 2009

 . latin abbreviation of  LL.B is a LEGUM BACCALAUREUS , LL  denot pural version . In gen we says Bachelor of Laws.

 

puneet khanna (pursuing cs final,llm)     14 September 2009

i think its legal leggum bacculars

PJANARDHANA REDDY (ADVOCATE & DIRECTOR)     01 October 2009

PUNEET IS CORRECT,IT IS ALATIN WORD

charudureja (advocate)     02 October 2009

Kiran is right

sneha jaiswal   09 April 2021

Hello, Greetings of the day!

LL.B stands for LEGUM BACCALAUREUS or Bachelor of law.

 

Hope it helps

Regards,

Sneha Jaiswal


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