A JD or Juris Doctor degree is a professional doctorate that allows a degree holder to practice law after passing a bar examination. JD graduates may choose to go into criminal, family or corporate law, among other practice areas.
A JD is a Juris Doctorate degree typically pursued by students wishing to enter law. Students are usually taught analytical and communication skills needed to succeed as a lawyer. Courses associated with most JD programs include civil procedure, torts, contract law, constitutional law, criminal procedure and property law.
The Middle East is the birthplace of several current major religions and influential empires from millennia past. Scholars and graduates get the benefit of immersing themselves in these cultures and gaining a deeper understanding of one of the world’s most vibrant regions.
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programHamad bin Khalifa University’s Juris Doctor (JD) program delivers a unique model of graduate legal education to meet the needs of Qatar and the region The JD is the first-of-its-kind graduate law degree in the MENA region and has been created through a strategic partnership with Northwestern University School of Law. It is the standard first professional graduate law degree in the U.S. as well as an increasing number of other countries. A JD differs from an undergraduate law degree in that it targets individuals who already hold an undergraduate degree, which can be in any subject (including law). [+]