Definition of "J.S.D."
  1. Doctor of Science of Law: a degree that denotes an advanced level of study and research in legal sciences
How to use "J.S.D." in a sentence
  1. After completing their law studies, they decided to pursue a J.S.D. to deepen their research skills and knowledge.
  2. Many law professors and judges have a J.S.D. degree, which denotes high-level expertise in legal science.
  3. During the interview, the candidate's J.S.D. degree was highlighted as an indication of their profound understanding of law and extensive research capabilities.

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