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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 professional degree in law and one of several Doctor of Law degrees. It is earned by completing law school in Australia, Canada and the United States, and some other ...

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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 in the United States and is considered a professional degree. The J.D. will prepare the student to take the state bar exam allowing them to practice law in their state.

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Jun 17, 2015 ... A bachelor's degree is required for admission into a JD program. The LSAT is an integral part of the law school admission process in the United States, Canada, and a growing number of other countries. The JD program is generally a three- year, full-time academic program. All US states accept graduation ...

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One of life's great indulgences is the cognoscente's feeling of smug superiority when others get some inside-baseball bit of information wrong. It's a heady amalgam of emotions—lamenting how the world is going to hell while simultaneously assuring yourself that it is, at any rate, not YOUR fault. And I have noted in my own ...

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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 doctoral degree program that's the highest education level available for legal studies within the United States. Most students are drawn towards receiving a JD in ...

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Law schools offer Juris Doctor programs for people who wish to become lawyers or enter other advanced legal careers. The programs award a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree, also known as a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree. Some schools award joint degrees that combine law with other disciplines. It typically takes full-time ...

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To earn a Juris Doctor degree, you'll study law as a graduate student. Some people automatically think of using a J.D. degree to practice as an attorney, but as of 2010, the Bureau of Labor ...

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J.D. degree holders, or those with dual degrees in international studies, political science, or public policy may find likable careers in government agencies, embassies, and international organizations. Careers in politics may require many years at an entry-level or probationary position before escalating to a higher office.

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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) represents professional recognition that the holder has a doctoral degree in law. Due to the length of study that most lawyers in the U.S..