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What is the difference between L.L.B and JD?

Asked by Jasmijn , Last updated: Jul 21, 2020

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S.Sophie

S.Sophie

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Answered Jul 20, 2020

One of the things that you should realize is that JD and LLB are known to be very similar to each other. They would both require that the applicants have received a certain level of education otherwise people will not be able to apply for these courses. If you would like to try something that is considered to be more dominant, the LLB should be your choice.

One of the things that you should realize is that JD and LLB are known to be very similar to each
This is known to be the choice of those who would like to take undergraduate law. JD, on the other hand, will stand for Juris Doctor. Some would also refer to this as Doctor of Jurisprudence. This is the undergraduate law degree that is now being used in the United States of America.

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