LLB, or Bachelor of Laws, is an undergraduate degree in law typically spanning three to four years. It provides a foundational understanding of legal principles, systems, and practices. Students study various areas of law such as criminal, civil, constitutional, and international law. LLB programs emphasize critical thinking, research, and argumentation skills. Graduates can pursue careers as lawyers, legal advisors, or enter diverse fields including corporate law, human rights, or public policy. It serves as a prerequisite for many postgraduate legal degrees. LLB programs vary by country and institution, but all aim to equip students with a comprehensive legal education and analytical skills.