| Suffolk University Law School announces the offering of the Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD) degree. This post-LL.M. degree provides qualified attorneys with the opportunity to pursue a doctoral degree, using legal research methods as the tools for analyzing key issues in law.
This degree is designed for academic lawyers and persons seeking a career in academic law in the United States or abroad, or who seek affiliation with other scholarly/public policy enterprises.
Admission to study toward the SJD at Suffolk Law School is selective and limited to a small number of candidates. Applications are due May 1.
For a complete description of requirements and the application procedures, please contact Gail Ellis, Dean of Admissions, Suffolk Law at 617-573-8144 or visit the website link below.