law degree

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: degree - degree conferred on someone who successfully completes law schoollaw degree - degree conferred on someone who successfully completes law school
academic degree, degree - an award conferred by a college or university signifying that the recipient has satisfactorily completed a course of study; "he earned his degree at Princeton summa cum laude"
Bachelor of Laws, LLB - a three-year law degree
LLM, Master of Laws - an advanced law degree
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He earned his law degree from Southern Methodist University's Dedman School of Law in 2005.
Tondel earned her law degree from Brooklyn Law School (J.
Mr Buckley qualified for his law degree at Sheffield University and will be working in the corporate and commercial team.
Monaka is now in the first year of a law degree at The University of Birmingham and is an inspiration to other women in her community.
He also earned his law degree from the University of Miami.
Otherwise students can progress onto the second year of a qualifying law degree (LLB) with the University of Sunderland or progress to the third year of a BA in Business Law.
It's very odd," says my source, "that she should accept an honorary law degree when she is the only senior member of the Royal Family to have a criminal record.
She gets a law degree and legal practice course and walks straight into a training contract with a top law firm in Manchester.
G contends that she obtained her law degree to maintain and improve her skills as a law librarian.
If Wertham was the Lex Luthor of comics, hell-bent on their total annihilation, then William Moulton Marston was their Man of Steel, dedicated to championing their cause Marston was a Harvard-trained psychologist who had a law degree to go along with his Ph.
Poet, Popelin, and Chauvin faced virtually identical legal systems, all based on the French Civil Code and related decrees, where attorneys had to earn a law degree and then go through an apprenticeship or stage before joining a corporate body of their colleagues.
Gradually, the library science degree has become the predominant postgraduate degree earned by law librarians and required by employers, though many law librarians also have a law degree.