What is J.D stand for ?
- 1 0 年前最佳解答
In the U.S., you have to be a college graduate before you can enter law school. The J.D. degree takes three years. Gaining admission into an American law school is not hard; what is difficult is getting into a top law school.
While in college, there is no prescribed set of courses you need to take to apply to law school. You can also major in any field that interests you. What is important is learning how to express yourself well on paper.
By almost all accounts, the most respected American law schools are Yale, Harvard, Stanford, Chicago, Columbia, Berkeley, NYU, Michigan, UPenn, Duke, Virginia, Georgetown, Texas, and Cornell. This is not a complete list as there are other law schools that are also very strong.
By the way, Princeton does not have a law school.
2007-02-26 09:17:00 補充：
J.D. = Juris Doctorate = takes three years to earn.
Yes, you have to have a college degree before you can attend law school.
- 1 0 年前
大學念甚麼 好像不太重要 念政治 或歷史吧
但是GPA 要很高 考LSAT(好像)
如果你還是高中生 就考SAT吧 先念完大學再說吧
耶魯 哈佛法學院都很有名參考資料： 隨便寫寫