About LLB Non Attending :

Legum Baccalaureus or LLB is a 3 years Bachelor Course of Law Degree that is offer by many prestigious Colleges and Universities. and moreover ang Graduate passed students can also go for Law Course “LLB Non Attending”.

This LLB Course offered by Law Colleges of India and monitored by BCI ( Bar Council of India). Candidates get awarded LLB Course degree after successfully completing LAW Course.

As part of an LLB Non attending Course offered candidates need to engage in theory moot courts, internships as well as tutorial work which can available online aswell.

In LLB Non Attending Mode, Students no need to attend regular classes, they only need to appear for exams, practical & specials visits.

Popular Law Specializations

Company LawBusiness law
Corporate lawCriminal Law

Three-year LLB Non Attending Eligibility Criteria :

Candidates who want to pursue the LLB Non Attending Course should complete certain requirements in order to become Given are the eligibility criteria for  3 years LLB courses as mentioned by BCI:

  • Candidate should be Graduates in order to pursue an LLB course.
  • There is fix minimum percentage requirement to or General category candidates ranges from 45% to 55% and that for SC/ST category candidates it ranges between 35% to 45%

Require Skill set for LLB

Fluency and clarity of speeh Confidence
Objectivity Interest in Research
Intellect Integrity
Convincing power Ability to assimilate as well as analyse facts
Ability to argue on a topic Interest in detail
Persuasiveness Good judgement of situation/people
Mental and physical stamina Good presentation skills

LLB Non Attending Syllabus and Subjects

Labour Law Family Law
Criminal Law Professional Ethics
Law of Torts & Consumer Protection Act Constitutional Law
Law of Evidence Arbitration, Conciliation & Alternative
Human Rights & International Law Environmental Law
Property Law Jurisprudence
Legal Aids Law of Contract
Civil Procedure Code Interpretation of Statutes
Legal Writing Administrative Law
Code of Criminal Procedure Company Law
Land Laws (including ceiling and other local laws) Investment & Securities Law/ Law of Taxation/ Co-operative Law/ Banking Law including the Negotiable Instruments Act
Optional Papers- Contract/ Trust/ Women & Law/ Criminology/ International Economics Law Comparative Law/ Law of Insurance/ Conflict of Laws/ Intellectual Property Law