LLB Programs An LLB, or Bachelor of Laws, is the professional law degree awarded after completing undergraduate education. In most countries, holding an LLB with additional accreditation, allows for the practice of law. LLB programs give students a solid understanding of law, as well as the critical, analytical and strategic thinking skills necessary for the field of law. Some examples of LLB programs are in law sectors such as business law, European law, international law, and criminal law. Some universities also allow students to develop their own specialized LLB programs specific to their professional interests.