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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juris_Doctor

The Juris Doctor degree (J.D. or JD), also known as the Doctor of Jurisprudence degree is a graduate-entry ...

www.lsac.org/llm/degree/jd-llm-difference

Jun 17, 2015 ... The LLM degree is an advanced law certification that has global ... The JD degree is usually required to practice law in the United States.

www.lawyeredu.org/what-is-a-juris-doctorate-degree.html

Anyone pursuing law will likely be interested in obtaining a Juris Doctorate degree or JD Degree. This is the highest education available in the legal profession ...

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Degree Requirements The degree Juris Doctor (J.D.) is conferred on candidates who have:

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For anyone wishing to enter the legal profession by attending law school, earning a Juris Doctor (JD) degree is by far the most popular option. A JD is a terminal ...

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The degree people get when they graduate from law school is a JD. What does it stand for? Juris doctor. It does NOT stand for juris doctorate. “Juris doctorate” is ...

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A law degree in the United States that was originally designed as a replacement to the Bachelor of Laws degree. A Juris Doctor or Juris Doctorate (JD) ...

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A Juris Doctor program is a postgraduate program that prepares students for a law career. The program awards graduates a Juris Doctor, or J.D., degree.

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Students in J.D. degree programs may choose to specialize in a single aspect of the law or acquire a general legal education. Many graduates find entry-level ...