LLB Full Form is Bachelor of Laws. It is also called Legum Baccalaureus in Latin. This is the degree of Graduation associated with law. The “LL” is an abbreviation stands for plural legum (law). You must have a LLB degree to work as a lawyer. You can also choose other career options after LLB like corporate management, legal services and administrative services etc.
LLB’s Course Content
|3||Constitutional & administrative law|
|6||Equity & trusts|
LLB Job Areas
|1||Colleges & Universities|
|2||Courts & Judiciary|
|5||Bank (Legal Dept.)|
Type Of LLB
BA LLB – If you are Intermediate (10 + 2) pass and you want to do LLB then you can apply for BA LLB. The time period of this course is 5 years.
LLB – If you want to do LLB, then you can apply for LLB by doing Graduation from any subject. The time period of this course is 3 years.