Bachelor of Law

Bachelor of Law
A degree given upon graduation from law school. It has been supplanted to a great extent by the degree doctor of jurisprudence, but may still be given to one who has completed the law school course successfully but does not have an academic of liberal arts degree which is necessary to qualify for the doctor of jurisprudence degree.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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