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2 JDs in Criminal Justice 2021

The Doctor of Jurisprudence or Juris Doctor degree is a first professional graduate degree awarded for completing two to four years of law school. After passing a bar examination, a JD graduate may practice law in a number of different areas.A criminal justice program usually features courses that teach students the skills and knowledge needed to work in law enforcement. Courses in a program may i… Read more

The Doctor of Jurisprudence or Juris Doctor degree is a first professional graduate degree awarded for completing two to four years of law school. After passing a bar examination, a JD graduate may practice law in a number of different areas.

A criminal justice program usually features courses that teach students the skills and knowledge needed to work in law enforcement. Courses in a program may include policing, criminology, cybercrime, ethics, administration, border security and corrections.

Juris Doctor Program in Criminal Justice

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Newark, USA

The Foreign Lawyer Program creates an opportunity for those who have earned a law degree abroad and practised law outside the United States to receive up to 28 advance standin ... +

The Foreign Lawyer Program creates an opportunity for those who have earned a law degree abroad and practised law outside the United States to receive up to 28 advance standing credits, earning a J.D. degree upon completing 56 credits within two academic years. -
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English
Sep 2021
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Milwaukee, USA

The Criminal Law curriculum at Marquette University Law School offers a rich diversity of classroom and internship experiences for students interested in the practice of crimi ... +

The Criminal Law curriculum at Marquette University Law School offers a rich diversity of classroom and internship experiences for students interested in the practice of criminal law. The classroom component of this curriculum begins with a series of core courses in Criminal Law, Criminal Process, and The Constitution and Criminal Investigation (a study of the law regulating arrest, search and seizure, interrogation, and the identification of suspects). Augmenting the core courses are multiple elective classes in more specialized subjects, including Federal Criminal Procedure, Sentencing, Post-Conviction Remedies, Terrorism and Federal Law, Comparative Criminal Law, and Community Prosecution. The Criminal Law curriculum also features seminar experiences, like those in Corporate Criminal Liability and Criminal Punishment, and it enjoys a natural subject matter link to the Law School’s Restorative Justice Initiative. -
Juris Doctor
English
Sep 2021
 

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