A Juris Doctor or Doctor of Jurisprudence degree is a law degree earned by completing a two- to four-year law school program. JD holders may practice law in a given U.S. state after passing a bar examination.
J.D. in American Law
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The JD - Juris Doctor is a professional law degree. It is the degree that most law students must attain to entitle them to take a bar examination and, upon passing, become a l ... +
This program offers foreign law graduates the opportunity to earn a J.D. degree in two years.