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  1. In the United States, the most common Doctor of Law degree is the Juris Doctor (or Doctor of Jurisprudence), abbreviated as J.D.It is the professional degree for lawyers, having replaced the Bachelor of Laws in the 20th century after law schools began to require a Bachelor's degree before admission to a J.D. program to study law for three years.

  2. Doctor of Juridical Science, Doctor of the Science of Law, (in Latin) Scientiae Juridicae Doctor (S.J.D.) or Juridicae Scientiae Doctor (J.S.D.), is a research doctorate in law equivalent to the more commonly awarded research doctorate, the Ph.D.

  3. The name 'Doctor' is also used in the name of some extended master's degrees at Level 9 (e.g. Juris Doctor and Doctor of Medicine); these are not considered doctoral degrees. Abbreviation. Doctor is abbreviated "Dr" in British English and "Dr." in North American English. The plural abbreviation is "Drs". British usage

  4. Jun 24, 2019 · A Juris Doctor degree, or a J.D., is an academic credential that paves the way for a career as a lawyer. "A J.D. is the foundational law degree that an American attorney obtains before taking the ...

  5. Philosophiae doctor, som også kan skrives philosophiæ doctor (latin: «filosofisk doktor»), forkortet ph.d., er en akademisk grad som ble innført i Norge i 2003.Den er av mange ulike grader på verdensbasis og i Norge betegnet som «filosofisk doktorgrad»; «filosofisk» viser til det filosofiske fakultet, ikke faget filosofi i snever forstand.

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