Bachelor of Laws


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Bachelor of Laws

n. the degree in law from a law school, abbreviated to LLB, which means that recipient has successfully completed three years of law studies in addition to at least three undergraduate years on any subject. Since the early 1960s most accredited law schools grant a Juris Doctor (JD) degree instead of the LLB. Law schools which made the switch allowed the prior holders of the LLB to claim the JD retroactively. (See: Juris Doctor)

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Assume the same facts as in example (1) except that A has the status of an employee rather than a self-employed individual, and that his employer requires him to obtain a bachelor of laws degree.
Born on June 25, 1928 in Bacoor, Cavite, Cuevas obtained his Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of the Philippines in 1952.
Geared toward the study of English law in a Bachelor of Laws (LLB), postgraduate, or conversion course, this work contains 13 chapters discussing equity and trusts, the creation of express private trusts, purpose trusts, constitution of trusts, secret trusts, protective and discretionary Trusts, Resulting Trusts and Constructive Trusts, Charitable trusts, the nature of trusteeship, the duties of the trustees, the power of trustees, variation of trusts, breach of trust and remedies.
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He is a graduate of Bachelor of Laws and Letters from the San Sebastian College.
She was not on the list of passers of the Philippine Law School Admission Test either in April and September, a prerequisite for admission to basic law courses leading to a Bachelor of Laws degree.

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