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A JD is not a terminal degree. That's what PhDs are for. For an adjunct position it probably won't matter, but there are, as always, exceptions. Had a convo recently with someone who was tired of getting apps from crim defense guys that thought a JD and 20 years experience meant that they were qualified to teach criminal justice at the local state U. Not without a PhD, dooder.