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Juris Doctor Programs

Juris Doctor Programs

Juris Doctor programs are designed for students willing to have a career as lawyers, attorneys, counselor, or any legal professions.

Juris Doctor programs are numerous and available in virtually all countries. You can study a Juris Doctor in numerous law schools and universities, and you can combine it with another degree such as an MBA or a PhD

The variety of different Juris Doctor programs can be overwhelming - don't let it stop you! Start your search by looking at the most popular Juris Doctor programs listed below.

Newly Added Programs

John F. Kennedy University
USA, Pleasant Hill
Empire College
USA, Santa Rosa
The Catholic University of America - Columbus School of Law
USA, Washington
National University of Singapore
The Pennsylvania State University Penn State Law
USA, State College
Kindai University
Japan, Higashiosaka
Korea National Open University
South Korea, Jongno-gu
Toin University Of Yokohama
Japan, Yokohama
Heisei International University
Japan, Kazo
The Chinese University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law
Hong Kong, Sha Tin
The University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law
Hong Kong, Lung Fu Shan Morning Trail
Christian University of Panama (Universidad Cristiana de Panama (UCP))
Panama, Vista Alegre

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