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A Juris Doctor (JD) is an advanced course of study designed for students interested in future careers in the legal world.  Students usually attend a law school, and the degree can often be combined with other advanced degrees.

Juris Doctor 16-22 (out of 22). JD Degree in Legal Studies

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JD (part time)

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4 years
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Campus

CUA Law has a thriving Part-time Evening Division J.D. Program. Designed around the needs of working professionals looking to complement their current careers or beginning a n ...

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Accelerated J.D. Program

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2 years
English
Campus

We designed our 2-Year Accelerated J.D. Program for seasoned professionals and highly qualified applicants seeking to enter the legal profession in less time than the traditio ...

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2-Year J.D. Program for Foreign-Trained Lawyers

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2 years
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Campus

We designed our 2-Year J.D. Program for Foreign-Trained Lawyers for highly qualified international applicants interested in obtaining a U.S. Juris Doctor and having the abilit ...

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JD/MBA Joint Program

MBA
Juris Doctor
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4 years
English
Campus

The J.D./M.B.A. program is a joint degree program of the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University and the Hofstra University Frank G. Zarb School of Business. The ...

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JD with Advanced Standing Program

Juris Doctor
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The JD with Advanced Standing Program allows students to receive up to 30 hours of credit towards their JD for prior legal studies in another country. If the maximum amount of ...

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J.D. Program

Juris Doctor
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The UNM School of Law offers a full-time course of study leading to the degree of Juris Doctor (J.D.) Applicants for admission to the School of Law are required to take the La ...

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JD Program

Juris Doctor
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Full-time students may choose to begin their studies in June by completing a single Criminal Law class during a six week summer term, thereby reducing their fall course load. ...

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