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Quote from: jonlevy on April 23, 2012, 06:49:12 PMSJD is an academic degree Most law school faculty have JDs.any lawschool that does not offer a JD is not an ABA law school.As for the SJD it is offered by some of the more respected law schools which as far as I can tell require you already have a JD LLM and practicing experience before you can enroll.Are any non license required degrees egostrokes? Well, yeah, duh.Dosn't mean it dosn't make the ego feel good to stroke it though.
SJD is an academic degree Most law school faculty have JDs.
No one mentioned that the only way to answer this depends on your individual goals. Therefore, there is no answer. As always: anything that floats is a witch. A duck floats. Therefore, a duck is a witch.
Which is worth enrolling in more, an MBA or an LLM? (assuming you already have a JD or are jointly enrolled) and why?