S.J.D.

S.J.D.

An abbreviation for doctor of judicial science, a degree awarded to highly qualified individuals who have successfully completed a prescribed course of legal doctorate study after having earned J.D. and LL.M. degrees.

S.J.D. is more commonly abbreviated J.S.D.

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in Patent Law from George Washington University, and an S.J.D. from George Washington.
S.J.D. degree in Indiana-Maurer in 2007, and is also a graduate of
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