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Croatian translation: No difference - unless unbelievably one subject only is studied

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English term or phrase:Bachelor of Laws
Croatian translation:No difference - unless unbelievably one subject only is studied
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08:26 Jan 9, 2004
English to Croatian translations [PRO]
Law/Patents / professional titles
English term or phrase: Bachelor of Laws
I need a professional explanation of the difference between the "Bachelor of Law" and "Bachelor of Laws" i.e. what does the plural in the latter phrase stand for? Thank you very much in advance.
Vesna Kudumija
Croatia
Local time: 03:56
No difference - unless unbelievably one subject only is studied
Explanation:
Gen., the LLB title is like the interchangeable title Dr of Law(s).

To clock up the Bachelor of Law(s) title, it's necessary to study a range of 'core' law subjects.

My impression is that different institutions will award the title differently.

Spec., on a related topic, there is an argument that there is no Eng. law of tort but a law (or ragbag of) torts.
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xxxKirstyMacC
Local time: 02:56
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4 +4No difference - unless unbelievably one subject only is studied
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No difference - unless unbelievably one subject only is studied


Explanation:
Gen., the LLB title is like the interchangeable title Dr of Law(s).

To clock up the Bachelor of Law(s) title, it's necessary to study a range of 'core' law subjects.

My impression is that different institutions will award the title differently.

Spec., on a related topic, there is an argument that there is no Eng. law of tort but a law (or ragbag of) torts.

xxxKirstyMacC
Local time: 02:56
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