Bachelor of Legislative Law (L.L.B.) is an bachelor level Law course with 3-year duration. It is a set of categorized regulation and rules under which any country or society is governed. It also offers Bachelor of Law in the various institutes. In most of the Law universities, the course will be completed within 6-years, it is maximum time to finish this course. Also this course is being offered on part-time basis by certain institutes. Candidates after complete this course they have many job option in various fields.
Bachelor of Legislative Law Working Areas:
Bachelor of Legislative Law Job Scope:
NOTE:- Students who are admitted must bring all the original documents to with them to the Institute Campus. Students failing to present all relevant original documents upon request may be denied admission or later told to leave the university.
Given below are few of the important highlights of the program.
|Program Full Name||BACHELOR OF LEGISLATIVE LAW|
|Duration of the Program||3 Years|
|Eligibility||Graduation or its Equivalent|
|Admission Process||Entrance Exam and Merit Based|
|Average Program Fee||Rs. 1 Lakh - Rs. 2 Lakh|
Syllabus of Law as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.
|Paper Code||Subjects of Study|
|2||Family Law I|
|4||Optional Papers (Any One)|
|7||c) Women & Law|
|9||e) International Economics Law|
|10||Family Laws II|
|11||Law of Tort & Consumer Protection Act|
|14||Law of Evidence|
|15||Arbitration, Conciliation & Alternative|
|16||Human Rights & International Law|
|18||Property Law including transfer of Property Act|
|20||Practical Training - Legal Aid|
|21||a) Comparative Law|
|22||b) Law of Insurance|
|23||c) Conflict of Laws|
|24||d) Intellectual Property Law|
|25||Law of Contract II|
|26||Civil Procedure Code (CPC)|
|27||Interpretation of Statutes|
|29||Land Laws including ceiling and other local laws|
|31||Code of Criminal Procedure|
|33||Practical Training - Moot Court|
|34||Practical Training II - Drafting|
|35||a) Investment & Securities Law|
|36||b) Law of Taxation|
|37||d) Co-operative Law|
|38||c) Banking Law including Negotiable Instruments Act|
Mentioned below are some states in India that offer the program.