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LL.B.

An abbreviation denoting the degree of bachelor of laws, which was the basic degree awarded to an individual upon completion of law school until the late 1960s.

The degree has been largely replaced by the J.D., Juris Doctor (or doctor of JURISPRUDENCE) degree.

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