Bachelor of Laws (Hons)

The HELP LLB programe is recognised by the Malaysian Legal Profession Qualifying Board.


HELP University offers its own home-grown LLB programme known as the HELP Bachelor of Laws (Honours) which can be completed entirely at HELP University.

The LLB programe is recognised by the Malaysian Legal Profession Qualifying Board. Graduates of HELP’s LLB programme are eligible to pursue the Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP).

Graduates who complete the HELP LLB degree will also be granted the opportunity to enrol in selected postgraduate Master’s programmes at the ELM Graduate School.

For more information on entry requirements, programme pathways, subjects listing and to get to know the faculty, please download our brochure.

Jan, May, Aug

3 years 

HELP Damansara

Indicative Total Fees 
(including Application, Registration, and Resource Fees) RM 78,450

Course Code
(R3/380/6/0020) (05/25) (A5959)

Why study Bachelor of Laws (Hons) at HELP?

Reading law at HELP is a journey of self-discovery and self-actualisation that inspires students to attain their full potential.

  • Our focus is on industry training to groom employable lawyers

  • We aim to impart core competencies and attributes sought by employers, including skills in research, analysis, advocacy, drafting and collaboration.

  • Our learning and teaching systems include law skills, legal skills and practice, peer teaching, research projects, case studies, professional development and field trips.

  • A teaching faculty who are experienced, dedicated and qualified, some of whom were former practitioners who have turned to full time academic life.

Programme Overview

Entry Requirements
Transfer Options
Career Pathways

These are the subjects and electives that you will take as part of the programme.

  • Programme Details

  • • 2 hours of lectures and 1 hour of tutorials per week for each subject with additional of 32 hours of blended-learning activities in a long semester (14 weeks)

    • 3 hours of workshop per week for a practical subject in a long semester (14 weeks)

    • 2 hours of lectures and 2 hours of tutorials per week for a substantive subject with additional of 21 hours of blended learning activities in a short semester (7 weeks)

    • 6 hours of workshop per week for practical subjects in a short semester (7 weeks)

    • 3 semesters per academic year with two (2) long

  • Year 1

  • (Long Semester)

    • LLB101A Malaysian Legal System A
    • LLB102A Law of Contract A
    • LLB103A Constitutional Law A
    • LLB104A Criminal Law A

    (Long Semester)

    • LLB101B Malaysian Legal System B
    • LLB102B Law of Contract B
    • LLB103B Constitutional Law B
    • LLB104B Criminal Law B

    (Short Semester)

    • LLB105A Legal Skills A
    • MPU 1
    • MPU 1
  • Year 2

  • (Long Semester)

    • LLB201A Law of Tort A
    • LLB202A Malaysian Land Law A
    • LLB203 Family Law
    • One (1) elective

    (Long Semester)

    • LLB201B Law of Tort B
    • LLB202B Malaysian Land Law B
    • LLB204 Public International Law
    • One (1) elective

    (Short Semester)

    • LLB105B Legal Skills B
    • MPU 2
  • Year 3

  • (Long Semester)

    • LLB301A Law of Equity & Trust A
    • LLB302 Corporate Law
    • LLB304A Legal Practice A
    • One (1) elective

    (Long Semester)

    • LLB301B Law of Equity & Trust B
    • LLB303 Probate Law
    • LLB305B Legal Practice B
    • One (1) elective

    (Short Semester)

    • LLB304 Law of Evidence
    • MPU 3
    • MPU 4
  • Electives for Year 2 & 3

    • LLB401 Commercial Law
    • LLB402 Administrative Law
    • LLB403 Jurisprudence & Legal Theory
    • LLB404 Company Law
    • LLB405 Fundamentals of Employment Law
    • LLB406 Related Areas in Employment Law
    • LLB407 Copyright Law & Related Areas
    • LLB408 Patent & Trademark Law
    • LLB409 ICT & E-Commerce Law
    • LLB410 Data Governance Law
    • LLB411 International

You will need to fulfill one of these entry requirements to join the program.

  • Entry Requirements

  • MUET Band 4

    AND any of the following:

    • A pass in STPM, with a minimum Grade C (GP 2.0) in any TWO

    (2) subjects; or any equivalent qualification; OR
    • A pass in Sijil Tinggi Agama Malaysia (STAM) with a minimum grade of Jayyid (good);

    • Any qualifications equivalent to Diploma (Level 4, MQF); or any equivalent qualification;

    • Matriculation/Foundation qualification with a minimum CGPA of 2.0 out of 4.0; or any equivalent qualification.

    * All results must be obtained in ONE EXAMINATION SITTING as stipulated by the Malaysian Legal Profession Qualifying Board.

    A credit in Bahasa Melayu at SPM is required for students intending to practise Law in Malaysia as required by the Malaysian Legal Profession Qualifying Board.

    For JPA recognition, students must have completed their CLP.

  • Admission to the Profession

  • Upon completion of the Bachelor of Laws (LLB) Hons, students may pursue the Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) in Malaysia

Here are the academic pathways for the Bachelor of Laws (Hons).

  • Progression

  • Masters Programmes

  • Upon completion of the HELP LLB, students who wish to pursue their Masters degrees can do so in our very own ELM Graduate School. The ELM Graduate School offers the following programmes which law students may pursue: 


    • Master of Business Administration
    • Master of Entrepreneurship
    • Master of Project Management
    • Master of Corporate Governance


    • Masters in Counseling
    • Masters of Applied Psychology in Coaching
    • MSc in Economic Crime Management

Here are the career pathways for graduates who complete the Bachelor of Laws (Hons) programme. The graduates can further their studies and do a postgraduate degree to further unlock more career pathways.

  • Career Pathways for Law Graduates

    • Solicitor
    • Barrister
    • Judge
    • Judge’s Associate
    • Legal Counsel
    • Paralegal
    • Mediator
    • Immigration Lawyer
    • Contracts Manager
    • Academia and Education
    • Banking and Finance
    • Policy Analyst
    • Legal Advisors
    • Human Resource
    • Development Agencies or NGOs
    • Company Secretary
    • Entrepreneurs
    • Insurance
    • Forensic Investigator
    • Oil & Gas Companies
    • Journalism, Broadcasting and Media
    • Knowledge Manager in a Legal Firm