J.D. Advantage: How a law degree helps non-lawyers

Although most students at Maryland's two law schools go on to hold jobs that require bar passage, a small but not insignificant percentage of Maryland law graduates wind up in so-called J.D. Advantage jobs, positions for which bar passage is not required but for which a juris doctor degree provides a distinct advantage. Nearly 14% of 2018 graduates ...

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