The Bachelor of Laws (abbreviated LL. B., LLB, or rarely, Ll. B.) is an undergraduate degree in law generally offered after three or more years of college, and then three years of study of the law. ... B." stands for Legum Baccalaureus in Latin.
After completing your LLB, you can become a legal advisor or join law firms, Private Companies, Corporate firms, or Banks. You can provide advice on various legal matters. Furthermore, your legal expertise could also be used in NGOs. These provide their clients with legal advisory services.
LLB course, whether 5 year/3 year (5yr after plus two & 3 yr after degree) is not very difficult. Moreover, law being a social science subject is very easy for the interested. and much easier compared to the other professional courses like MBBS and Engineering. LLB can be both of 3 years and 5 years.