Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Legislative Law - B.A. L.L.B.

B.A.L.L.B stands for Bachelor of Arts Legislative Law course. It is one of the courses of law to become a lawyer. The Bar Council of India (BCI) is the regulatory body of law education in India. Law education in India is started in 1987. The course is divided into 6 semesters.

Meaning & Full Form

Bachelor of Legislative Law

Duration

3 years

Eligibility

10+2 for 5 years integrated course otherwise Graduation is required.

Fees

2.5 Lakhs to 3 Lakhs (INR).

Advance Courses

LLM Course

Career Oppurtunities

PSC, Global Audit firms, Bar Councils etc

LLB Course Eligibility

You must be a graduate to complete this undergraduate law course otherwise you can join in five years integrated course after 12th. The candidate should be a graduate with B.Com, B.Sc. or B.A degree with minimum 40% marks. In some universities and law schools separate entrance exam is conducted.

Entrance Tests for Law Schools/Universities

  • LAWCET- Law Common Entrance Test
  • LSAT -Law School Admission Test
  • AILET -All India Law Entrance Test
  • CLAT -Common Law Admission Test


Duration

The time period to complete this graduate course is 3 years.

Subjects of Bachelor of Legislative Law

Sem 1 L.L.B Course Subjects

  • Crime
  • Labor law
  • Family laws I
  • Optional papers (any 1)
  • Criminology
  • Trust
  • Women & Law
  • Contract
  • International Economics Law


Sem 2 L.L.B Course Subjects

  • Professional ethics
  • Family Laws II
  • Constitutional Law
  • Law of Tort and Consumer Protection Act


Sem 3 L.L.B Course Subjects

  • Environmental Law
  • Law of Evidence
  • Human Rights & International Law
  • Arbitration, Conciliation & Alternative


Sem 4 L.L.B Course Subjects

  • Law of Contract II
  • Property Law including transfer of Property Act
  • Practical Training – Legal aid
  • Jurisprudence
  • Optional Papers (Any 1)


· Law of insurance

· Intellectual Property Law

· Conflict of Laws

· Comparative Law

Sem 5 L.L.B Course Subjects

  • Legal Writing
  • Civil Procedure Code (CPC)
  • Administrative Law
  • Interpretation of Statues
  • Land Laws including Ceiling and other Local News


Sem 6 L.L.B Course Subjects

  • Company Law
  • Code of Criminal Procedure
  • Practical Training – Moot Court
  • Practical Training II-Drafting
  • Optional Papers (Any 1)


· Co-operative Law

· Law of Taxation

· Investment & Securities Law

· Banking Law Including Negotiable Instruments Act

Top L.L.B Colleges

  • ILS Law College, Pune
  • National Law School of India University, Bangalore
  • VelagapudiDurgamba Siddhartha Law College, Vijayawada
  • AC College of Law, Guntur
  • National Law University, Delhi
  • Symbiosis Law School, Pune
  • Government Law College, Mumbai
  • Lovely Professional University, Punjab
  • Siddharth College of Law, Mumbai


Career After L.L.B Course

  • Advocate
  • Notary
  • Magistrate
  • Law Reporter
  • Public Prosecutor
  • Solicitor
  • Attorney General
  • District & Sessions Judge
  • Legal Advisor
  • Legal Journalist
  • Government Lawyer
  • Civil Litigation Lawyer
  • Munsifs (Sub-Magistrate)


L.L.B Course Employment Areas

  1. Law Firms
  2. MNCs
  3. Bank (Legal Dept.)
  4. Colleges & Universities
  5. Multi-National Companies
  6. Courts & Judiciary
  7. State Bar Councils
  8. Global Audit & Compliance Firms