LLB Full Form -The full form of LLB is Bachelor of Laws

LLB Full Form – Bachelor of Laws (Full form of LLB)

The proper abbreviations of LLB (full form of LLB) is Legum Baccalaureus which is a Latin word.
Because the word is plural, the abbreviation is created by doubling the first letter as a result you have the two Ls.
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT A CAREER IN LAW :

Now you know that the LLB Full Form is Bachelor of Laws – For the last couple of years LLB has seen a spurt of growth as far as the admissions to this course in India are concerned. Gone are the days, when this profession was limited to family. Nowadays, due to the arising need for legal practitioners in the corporate sector , realty sector and more, LLB courses are quite in demand. Even the future seems to be bright, because there are possibilities of foreign law firms establishing their offices in India. This would open many more doors of job opportunities for the Law students.

Besides, if you screen through the history you will find lot of political leaders like Abraham Lincoln, Mahatma Gandhi and more were lawyers. So, if you are planning a career in politics, Law is meant for you.

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LAW ADMISSIONS

Before we proceed, let us review LLB Full Form.  LLB Full Form is Bachelor of Laws and numerous colleges around India offer LLB courses. You may opt for a 3 year LLB course or an integrated 5 year course. For admission to Law, you have to appear for CLAT (Combined Law Admission Test). This test is like any general knowledge exam wherein your legal aptitude, logical skills, general English, etc are put to test. So, it is always advisable that one starts preparing for the entrance test well in advance for better results. So, if your plan is to acquire some graduation degree with law degree as an add -on qualification then you may go for LLB. But, if you are determined to take up Law as a career then a five year degree course is the better choice. If you have already put your hands on taking up academics as your career then a  masters, Mphil or PhD would be required. Generally, taking up a 3 year LLB course would cost your somewhere around 25-30K but if you decide to go for BA-LLB, then you have to have a bigger pocket because the investment goes nearly upto 3L for the said 5 year integrated course.

LAW COLLEGES
The most sought after law institutes in India include National Law School of India University – Bangalore,  ILS College – Pune, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi -Delhi, Government law College- Mumbai but to name a few.

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CAREER OPTIONS
Law career offers you different choices as well. You may either become a criminal lawyer or a civil lawyer. While criminal law is an adventure packed profile that includes study or criminal laws and handling criminal cases, Civil law as its counterpart deals with excise, tax, marital issues and more. Another challenging and interesting career option is taking up legal journalism where you cover arbitration courts, legal proceedings, crime beats and more. You may also work for the corporate sector as a legal advisor offering them consultancy against their legal obligations, duties and more. There are numerous other options including becoming a government lawyer, a legal analyst, document drafting lawyer and more. There are a umpteen firms with  biggies like  Khaitan & Co, Singhania & Partners, Titus & Co, offering immense opportunities for learning and growing.Overall, A Law Career is a smart choice if you have passion for the subject and the skills required for the same.

Dress Code Notice For Law Colleges by BCI

The Bar Council of India (BCI) recently recommended various law colleges across the country to have a dress code suitable to the profession for all the students.

This came after a controversy hit the NLSIU Bangalore college this month, when a professor was witnessed castigating a student on account of her wearing shorts to the lecture. This also spurred a protest from a group of students in the college. They turned up in shorts the very next day to protest for their right to personal expression and against the moral police.

This story was covered staunchly by the media and finally the issue was resolved mutually between the students and the college. Having said this, on April7, 2016 BCI sent a notice to all colleges acting upon its concern regarding the downgrading dressing standards in Law Colleges.

It hence urged the college management to impose suitable dress code in their colleges, suggesting that the dress code could be a white shirt teamed either with black, white or grey trousers preferably.

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Right To Information Act-One Law For All

In the light of a case wherein a woman by name KR Chitra was denied the right of information on the colleges and universities inspected by every member of the BCI with the date of inspection, the central commission proved that law is equal for all. Precisely, this lady wanted the complete list with the aforesaid details but was not provided with the same by BCI. The reply received from the BCI in the regard said that there were thousands of colleges under the list and hence it would be impossible to furnish the information required. Only specific information about a college or institution if requested could be furnished.

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The Central commission therefore warned the Bar Council of India for not abiding to the mandatory proactive disclosure clause of RTI act. It mentioned that it was a breach of the RTI rules, that too by a reputed organization like BCI. It further added that Central Commission was apparently surprised by the act, wherein even though the information was available in the database, it was not shared by the BCI. The commission also mentioned that the allotted time of 10 years for fulfilling the obligation was already over.

The Commission also ordered the BCI to provide the 4(1)(b) compliant annual report as needed under section 19(8)(a)(vi). The section 4(1)(b) states that every public authority has to maintain it’s updated information in 17 specified categories and it needs to be posted on their relevant web page besides sharing it on the public domain as well.

The commission added, asking an explanation on the same that why they shouldn’t impose a heavy penalty for such a breach. Thus it is very clear that the law remains the same for one and all, be it the common man or biggie when its about Right to information.

 

K.L.E. Society’s Law College in Bengaluru has been awarded with 6th Rank in the ranking of ‘Top Law schools in India’ and 3rd rank (Southern Region) in the Ranking of Top Law schools by region. GHRDC Hotel Management Institutes & Law School Survey Results 2016

 

source : http://deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/170416/bar-council-of-india-pulled-up-for-not-following-mandatory-rti-clause.html

SEDITION AND INDIAN CONSTITUTION – A SNEAK PREVIEW

India is a democratic country and it sure does include hateful expressions as per the article 19 of Indian law with certain terms and conditions or say restrictions. Under it comes Sedition. Having said that many a times the concept itself is misunderstood, thus creating and image that sedition means political dissent. It is all underlined in the section 124 A wherein, whenever there is an act representing non affection towards the government in Power, it is considered as sedition.

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There have been quite a number of notable cases since the amendment of the act, starting from long back in 1892, there after in 1950 and recently in 2014. While in the first case that was registered between a man called Jogendra Bose & Queen Empress, the word ‘sedition’ was conveniently removed in order to interpret against Bose as ‘in the state security interest’ as per article 19(2). Though after India’s independence the picture changed and when a case came up between Romesh Tapar & Madras Government in regard to imposing a ban on the magazine circulation that could potentially create law and order issues within the public, the results showed changes. Announced in favor of Romesh Thapar, the judge stated that law cannot be used to ban ones freedom to speak unless it has a tendency to create any disorder or violence in the society.

There are a few changes that were made by the court of law in India in order to emphasize the fact that law is a servant to humankind and not an obstruction, and therefore has to be used in the interest of the public. This was when a case was registered under 124 (A) Bihar v/s Arnesh Kumar wherein the Supreme court created and issued certain guidelines that needed to be followed before making any kind of arrest. It stated that an arrest could not be made merely on the basis on a complaint under 124A.

Thus, in a nutshell whenever the section 124 (A) act of the Indian judicial law, subject to article 19(2) applies, one can be prosecuted only if it stirs people towards violence against the existing government in order to overthrow it or affects the security of the state in anyway. Any other speech otherwise, cannot be banned.

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Source : http://www.legalindia.com/understanding-law-sedition/

 

 

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS – A SNEAK PEAK

Intellectual property rights are all about creative products produced or created or invented by the human minds. With the businesses and products growing in leaps and bounds over the years, intellectual property rights are gaining importance as information economy is becoming more and more significant in these times. Information economy is about giving objects created by the mind and not anything physical like land, etc.

The question is how are to protect or prevent others from taking undue advantage of your ideas, creations or inventions. Here is how it can be done.

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COPYRIGHT
By copyrighting your product you are preventing it from being copied or distributed. It is approved by law and falls under intellectual property rights. Also known as territorial rights because they are restricted to a certain jurisdiction or territory only and not beyond that. The best part of copyrighting a product is that its extremely easy. No registrations or expenses involved.

TRADEMARK
Trademark or registered trademark is a unique design or sign that is used on a product or a package, label or a voucher. A trademark has to be registered by the owner in their name and then use the symbols like TM for trademark or ® for registered trademark with their logo, symbol, design image or combination of all. On the flip side, trademarking a product does not necessarily mean that the internet domain is also copyrighted.

PATENT

This is generally used when a product is invented and is a right to prevent others from copying it, making it or selling it for a limited period of time. This way a new product is protected by its inventor as an exclusive one and avoids competitors from making or selling the same. Though, it is an expensive affair as it involves a lot of research and fees too. Further, once the patent is granted, possibility of it getting canceled is always there.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
Resulting form the materials used or the design, feature lines, shape, textures, etc, it is the monopoly right for a product’s appearance in part or whole. It has to be unique and not similar to any other existing or existed. Though its easy for others to defeat it by making simple or minor changes in the design.

Certificate Course In Intellectual Property Law ( 6 Months Course)

Post Graduate Diploma In Intellectual Property Rights (2 Years course)

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LEGAL EDUCATION TRAINING CENTRES – RAISING THE LEGAL PRACTICE BAR

It is a known fact that after students complete their legal education and start practicing law, staying in touch with whatever has been learnt in the law school and updated with the latest in law becomes imperative to every lawyer. Keeping this fact in mind, India has come up with its first full time law training centre known as the MK Nambiar Academy for continuing legal education. This concept is one of its kind and is designed to increase the standards of law professionals.

The main objective of this centre is to aid the practicing lawyers in continuing legal education. Training would be provided by the centre and they would get to anlayse the latest in Law. The centre is in Kochi but training programs for lawyers are chalked out at different locations in the country across the year, so that the Indian Law Practioners can take advantage of them wherever they are. To make this possible, law institutions like NLSIU Bangalore, KIIT, Bhuvaneshwar, National Law University and VM Salgaocar college of Law have come forward to host these training programs. These training progams are open for practicing lawyers aswell as law teachers and are going to be conducted for free.

In countries like US, CLE is mandatory, while in India the legal education training programs and centre is an initiative to join the bandwagon and enhance the law standards.

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Professor and Dean at NEWYORK’S Cornell Law School

For technology to thrive, law is vital were the words of the Eduardo Penalver, Law Professor and Dean at the New York’s Cornell Law School. He said this during his talk on the role of legal system in technology while addressing the law students in India.
He harped upon the significant role that Legal education plays in protecting the law rule and also brought to the light the fact that overseas, the students were not opting for law education even though the job market has shown a genuine rise.
He also emphasized that law has to be consistent, intelligible, public and accessible to all. He added, Law to be applied at a equal level and be coherent internally. He urged that the need for lawyers was more than ever now and hence the young generation take up the career to secure the future of the society. Law as a career he said, was interesting, challenging as well as motivating.
He also mentioned that the possibilities of India being a sought after destination for Law Education were good and on the rise because of the quality of education and affordability aspect. The enhancement of infrastructure though was one area that needed to be looked after to realize these possibilities.

Trial of child as an adult – No need for Child right activists to panic *

The primary Objectives of Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Bill, 2014 which is passed by Rajya Sabha on 22nd December 2015  is  to give to the nation a comprehensive law dealing with the  children alleged and found to be in conflict with law and children in need of care and protection.  The Bill proposes to change the law as per the   standards prescribed by the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the United Nations Standard Minimum Rules  for the Administration of Juvenile Justice, 1985 (the Beijing Rules), the United Nations Rules for the Protection of Juveniles Deprived of their Liberty (1990), the Hague Convention on Protection of Children and Co-operation in Respect of Inter-country Adoption (1993) etc.
Section 16 of the Bill provides that,  if a child who has completed or is above the age of 16 years commits a heinous offence then the Juvenile Board shall conduct a preliminary inquiry regarding –
  •  The mental and physical capacity of the child  to commit such heinous offence.
  • The ability of child to understand the consequences of the offence
  • Circumstances under which the offence was committed

Section 19(3)  provides that, if the Juvenile Board on preliminary inquiry concludes  that there is need for further trial of the child who has committed heinous offence, it can order for transfer of the trial of the case to Children’s Court.

After receiving preliminary inquiry from Juvenile Board for further trial of the child who has committed heinous offence, The Children’s Court  has been given two options,  they are:

  • The Children’s court may conclude that  there is no need for trial of the child as an adult and conduct an inquiry as a Board
  • If the Children’s Court accepts the conclusion of Juvenile Board for further  trial of child as an adult then the Court shall conduct the trial as per provisions of Code of Criminal Procedure 1973

Children’s Court in the trial of  child as an adult can pass appropriate order subject to the restriction that the child shall not be sentenced to death or for imprisonment for life without the possibility of release.

The provisions in the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Bill, 2014 has given wide discretionary power to both the Juvenile Board as well as Children’s Court to decide as to the  need for trial of a child as an adult. Further  the Restrictions as to kinds of sentence that can be pronounced against juvenile  ensures that the juvenile and adult convicts  are not  dealt alike. The new legislation  enables the legal system to deal with cases where heinous offence is committed by  juvenile when he has enough maturity of mind.

*Jaihanuman H.K.

Assistant Professor

K.L.E. society’s Law College

Legal Education – Providing The Cutting-Edge To Any Career You Choose

Not all students of law education go ahead and practice law or make law as their career. There could be quite a few reasons behind the same, either professional or personal. One of them could be this – Law is a career that starts on a modest note, meaning there is a slow start and it takes time to prosper, generally. But, once you taste success, its no looking back. Also, the competition in Law is fierce as there are umpteen lawyers churned out every year from the numerous colleges in India. Hence to cut out of the clutter, which college you’ve studied also matters a lot. Hence, pursuing your law degree from a reputed college or a top ranked colleges places you in another league as soon as you are out. Having said that, there are numerous students who study law and choose a completely different career for themselves and flourish as well. But, little do they know that it is their legal education advantage that has helped them all through. Legal education is also known to be a mind training program and as soon as you meet up a person with a law background, you are immediately able to gauge the same just from his way of reasoning and body language as well, at times.

As you become aware of the laws while studying LLB, you are more confident than ever and any issue related to law is never quite an issue for you. Be it any profession law education helps you out in many ways than one. Its also not only about the education part but the skill-sets you acquire and the attributes of it which transform you into a proactive personality eventually. Look around and you will find law professionals in practically every high flying career right from banking, journalism, finance, realty, engineering, entrepreneurship and more. What’s more even the cine world has known actors with law education as their academic qualifications.

Be it communication skills, analytical skills, presence of mind, spontaneity, etc., with Law education beside, you are all set to take the world into your stride. With a law background you definitely transform into a problem solver and are able to take leadership in whatever you do. Also, even if you do not become a full time lawyer, that knowledge base is always there to help you out of any kind of legal soup whenever you need it.

Yes, there are going to be times when people question you on studying law and not pursuing it but I am sure that you would not be influenced by what people have to generally say on your personal choices. But yes, you do need to have a genuine and convincing answer to the question when it is asked by your employers, but to get you the job you so want.

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KLE Law College in Bangalore

Having said that, Law education is not a cake walk, it requires immense hard work and mindfulness to pursue it, patience and perseverance as well. So, if you are willing to take up Law Education, go ahead.

welcome to kle law college

The K.L.E. Society’s Law College at Bangalore has been conceived as a nursery and training ground for those seeking to enter the legal profession. Under the umbrella of Karnataka Lingayat Education Society. College was established in 1975 to cater to the needs of young students desirous of pursuing legal education in Bangalore. To start with, a 3 Year LL. B. Degree Course