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Pursuing a PhD in Law offers many benefits to the individual who has chosen this field of study. One benefit is engaging in intensive research that can allow the candidate to develop a critical and systematic lens that will be used to process information throughout his or her career.The field of law and regulations guiding various aspects of life is enormous. Those who delve into it typically find… Read more

Pursuing a PhD in Law offers many benefits to the individual who has chosen this field of study. One benefit is engaging in intensive research that can allow the candidate to develop a critical and systematic lens that will be used to process information throughout his or her career.

The field of law and regulations guiding various aspects of life is enormous. Those who delve into it typically find some kind of specialization about which they are passionate, such as regulatory theory and intellectual property.

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Universidade da Coruña
A Coruña , Spain

The Doctorate in Law program is an official university degree that deals with legal and social research training.

The Doctorate in Law program is an official university degree that deals with legal and social research training. -
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Full-time
Part-time
3 - 5 years
Spanish
Campus
 
Stanford University Law School
Stanford , USA

Students interested in an academic career—or those seeking greater depth in another discipline—may want to consider a JD/PhD. The length of time required for these degrees var ... +

Students interested in an academic career—or those seeking greater depth in another discipline—may want to consider a JD/PhD. The length of time required for these degrees varies depending how long it takes to complete a dissertation, but under Stanford Law’s innovative programs, the typical JD/PhD can be completed in anywhere from 18 months to two years less time than required anywhere else. More important, a Stanford JD/PhD can be completed at one–third the cost of a similar joint degree anywhere else. Because of the cross-crediting of units and because JD/PhD candidates are expected to spend only one year in full-time residence at the law school (the rest of their academic career is spent in the PhD department with full funding and with allowances made to register for courses at the law school), students need at most to pay for one year of law school. -
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English
Sep 2021
 

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