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LLB Programs An LLB, or Bachelor of Laws, is the professional law degree awarded after completing undergraduate education. In most countries, holding an LLB with additional accreditation, allows for the practice of law. LLB programs give students a solid understanding of law, as well as the critical, analytical and strategic thinking skills necessary for the field of law. Some examples of LLB programs are in law sectors such as business law, European law, international law, and criminal law. Some universities also allow students to develop their own specialized LLB programs specific to their professional interests. LLB programs can usually be completed in 3 or 4 years. The variety of different LLB programs can be overwhelming - don't let it stop you! Start your search by looking at the most popular LLB and Bachelor of Law programs listed below.

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    Sep 3, 2021

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away in September 2020 at the age of 87 after serving for 27 years as a justice on the US Supreme Court. Ginsburg, affectionately known also as simply 'RBG', built her career advocating for gender equality, but her fight to end discrimination began long before becoming a judge. The legacy she left with her passing impacts women in America and the entire world. Learn more about what RBG’s lifelong fight to end sex discrimination can teach all of us and how her legacy is inspiring a surge of applications to law schools.

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    How to Explain an Unusual College Major in Your Law School Application

    Apr 6, 2020

    To protect the vulnerable and fight for justice: that is the ambition of many a promising student when they choose to follow a career in law. But before the heroics (and the often-unglamorous nitty-gritty of practicing law) comes the small detail of getting your law degree. Students in the United States need to go to law school if they want to practice law. And they first need to graduate from a four-year college degree to be eligible for law school. This is known as 'pre-law'. The good news is you are eligible with any four-year degree. “Whatever major you select,” states the American Bar Association, “you are encouraged to pursue an area of study that interests and challenges you, while taking advantage of opportunities to develop your research and writing skills.” Here are some examples of how students can leverage different college majors to their advantage during the application process.

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    Have you finally decided on a career in law? Can you see yourself standing up in a packed courtroom defending the innocent and most vulnerable members of society? Are you inspired to make the world a better (and safer) place by prosecuting those who would do otherwise? Or would you like to sit on one of the highest courts of all, where you can help shape and uphold the standards of justice and liberty for generations to come? If so, then the first thing you'll need is a law degree. Thankfully, we've come up with a few pointers that will make the application process as easy as possible. Here are seven tips for securing yourself a place at law school.

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