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Legum Baccalaureus

The abbreviation “LL.B.” stands for Legum Baccalaureus, a Latin term that means “Bachelor of Laws” in English. This degree is typically awarded to students who have completed their undergraduate education in law or a related field. The LL.B. degree is a common requirement for individuals who wish to pursue a career in law. After obtaining this degree, they can usually continue their legal education or seek admission to a bar association in their jurisdiction to become licensed lawyers or attorneys.

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