LLB stands for Bachelor of Laws. It is an undergraduate degree in law that typically takes three to four years to complete, depending on the country and the university. The LLB program generally covers a wide range of legal topics, including constitutional law, contract law, criminal law, property law, and tort law. The program also includes legal research and writing, as well as practical skills such as negotiation, advocacy, and dispute resolution.
The LLB degree is the most common undergraduate law degree in the United Kingdom, many commonwealth countries and some European countries. Upon graduation, students are usually eligible to take a bar exam and become a practicing lawyer or legal advisor. However, depending on the country, some additional steps may be required before practicing law, such as completing a professional training program or gaining work experience.