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Answered 2011-03-16 22:17:03

The degree is Juris Doctor not Juris Docterate. It is capitalized. In addition the abbreviation is J.D.

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The degree is a Juris Doctor, not a Juris docterate. It will take three years of law school, post bachelor's degree.


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What percentage of Americans have a juris doctorate degree which is also referred to as a JD degree?

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What degree do you have to have in order to graduate from Law school?

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What is the highest degree you can get in the legal field?

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Does Barack Obama have a Ph.D?

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How many degrees needed to be an FBI agent?

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Are JDs called doctor?

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