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n. short for Juris Doctor, identifying the holder as having received that law degree. (See: Juris Doctor)
Juris Doctor (J.D.)
n. the law degree granted upon graduation by many university law schools with accepted high standards of admission and grading. This often supersedes the Bachelor of Laws in recognition that the law curriculum entitles a person to a graduate degree.