JD Degrees in Criminal Law 2020
A Juris Doctor degree, also known as a Doctor of Jurisprudence degree, allows a degree holder to practice corporate law, criminal law or family law, among other areas, after two to four years of law school and passing a bar examination.
Criminal law students learn about the legal system and how to prove guilt or innocence. This prepares them for careers protecting the innocent or helping to convict those who break the law. Many graduates can also obtain international justice jobs.
JD Program in Criminal Law
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Students enrolled in the Criminal Law and Procedure Concentration will receive instruction and training in those subjects and skills that are fundamental to the real-world pra ...