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abbreviation for

  1. Bachelor of Laws

Word Origin

Latin: Legum Baccalaureus

Example Sentences Including 'LLB'

As studiedly capricious as ever, LLB wants to ban net curtains, tax the selfish and destroy ugly buildings.
Times, Sunday Times (2005)
Goldstein was admitted as an advocate of the High Court and holds a BA LLB and a PhD in human rights law.
SA Star (2005)
John King Corporate lawyer * LLB from the University of New Zealand.
New Zealand Herald (2004)
University of Leicester ( LLB ), Southampton University (MPhil).
Belfast Telegraph (2004)
What are the prospects for a 36-year-old CA plus LLB in the corporate sector?
Business Today (2001)


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