Doctor of Laws


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Noun1.Doctor of Laws - an honorary law degree
honorary degree, honoris causa - a degree conferred to honor the recipient
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On his right hand sat the Sheriff of Nottingham in rich robes of purple all trimmed about with fur, and on his left a famous doctor of law in dark and sober garb.
He became the first sitting Kenyan judge to receive a Doctor of Laws degree.
Calgary: The University of Calgary, one of Canada's most esteemed universities, conferred Prince Karim Aga Khan, the spiritual leader of the Shia Ismaili Muslim Community, with a Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, in recognition of his exceptional contributions to humanity.
Concepcion and the committee of honorary degrees recommended the conferment of the Doctor of Laws Honorary degree on de la Pena.
The UP community has slammed the decision of the university's Board of Regents to grant a doctor of laws degree to President Duterte.
The university also bestowed an honorary degree of Doctor of Laws upon Mrs Justice Nicola Davies DBE.
Dr John Hood, former vicechancellor of the University of Oxford and vice chancellor of the University of Auckland, will become and honorary doctor of laws for his contributions to the world of business and academia.
A doctor of laws degree has been conferred in recognition of her achievements as a politician and diplomat.
Miner's son Edwards, 65, originally from Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen, near Ammanford, was made an honorary Doctor of Laws (LLD).
Washington, May 31 ( ANI ): Oprah Winfrey received a Doctor of Laws degree from America's prestigious Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on Thursday.
Blaine Favel was awarded an Honorary Doctor of Laws from the College of Education at the University of Saskatchewan at the Spring Convocation Ceremony.
Thomas University, conferred upon Justice Scalia an honorary doctor of laws, honoris causa, recognizing the justice's years of service to the nation and commitment to justice.

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