PhD in Law Program in PhD Law in South America

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A PhD in Law is essentially a doctorate degree in an area of legal education. This postgraduate degree is geared towards a more academic approach in regards to studying law.

 

A Doctorate in Law, also known as a PhD in Law or a Legum Doctor (abbreviated LD or LLD) is an advanced post-graduate degree that involves research and taking an academic approach to Law study. Candidates for a PhD in Law are responsible for taking on in-depth research into a concentration within the field of law

Spanning many countries and island territories, South America is home to many Spanish-speaking countries. Here, students can literally walk through history on their way to class and soak up the culture of ancient societies. 

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Universidad Sergio Arboleda
Campus Full time January 2018 Colombia Bogotá Santa Marta

From the time of foundation, Sergio Arboleda University, was conceived as a humanistic institution.In 2010 we set a new challenge: providing Colombians a [+]

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From the time of foundation, Sergio Arboleda University, was conceived as a humanistic institution. In 2010 we set a new challenge: to offer a doctorate in law Colombian able to combine the best of current qualification time and research, with a title to match the needs and demands of the economy and national society.

Temporal structure of the doctorate. The JD program lasts a total of three years and a half, during which the student runs 95 academic credits that are provided in curriculum development and research. During this period the PhD, in addition to taking the Doctoral and Master Seminars, Theory Courses, Courses Consolidation and different methodology courses, to do a research internship abroad that allows you to give an international context to work doctoral thesis, which must be put to consideration of three judges, national and / or international, which will be responsible for examining the relevance, originality and innovation that contributes to the contribution of new knowledge in the science of law.... [-]