The "LL." of the abbreviation for the degree is from the genitive plural legum (of lex, legis f., law), thus "LL.B." stands for Legum Baccalaureus in Latin.
I was originally told (many years ago) that it is Bachelor of Law and Legislature. But it says differently from different sources using Google - just Bachelor of Law or Legum Baccalaureus in Latin. So, do we accept the sources in Google?? Well...
by Pavlo Badovskyi 5 years ago
Is History a precise science or an instrument to manipulate the consciousness of peoples?
by wytegarillaz 6 years ago
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by Jackson Riddle 8 years ago
Just became a rich man! I just recieved a letter from portugal saying that one of my relatives has died and left $32Million USD in a bank account but didn't have a will. So a nice lawyer said he'll give me 40% after I contact him via his hotmail email address. Time to live it up! Anyone want a mil?
by Mazzy Bolero 5 years ago
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by Paul Swendson 7 years ago
Where do you turn for news that you consider to be objective? Or do you prefer getting news from sources that share your political ideology?
by Rafini 8 years ago
Ok, so now I have put links to several of my hubs on my MySpace blog and I think it helped drive traffic since I've had 11 page views since last night from different sources, which is more than usual, but don't know how to create a link for Facebook. Is this what it means to have...
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