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Posted By VakilNo1 On Wednesday, March 20th, 2013 With 2 Comments

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  7. Ajmer Singh says:

    Please tell me that difference between LLB & BL

  8. Jastej S (Team Vakilno1) says:

    BL might be a correspondence degree. Inputs from other advocates are welcomed.

  9. L.C. PAL says:

    The difference between BL & LLB is

    BL stand for Bachelor of law and it is a distance course available from Annamalai & other universities. The Degree is not recognised as an advocate under The Advocates Act 1961.

    L.C. PAL
    ADVOCATE

    LLB stand for Bachelor of Legislative Law and it is a regular course or one can join evening classes. LLB degree holder can register himself for practice in court and admissible under The Advocate Act 1961.

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