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LL.D.

Legal Definition of LL.D.

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LL.D.

  1. (education) Doctor of Laws. The Latin abbreviations for the three classes of law degrees: the regular bachelor degree in law (LL.B.), the masters degree in law (LL.M.) and the doctorate in law (LL.D.). These are basic prerequisites to admission to the practice of law in many states.

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