from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Latin Legum Doctor (Doctor of Laws)
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of the Latin (Middle or New Latin) Legum Doctor, Doctor of Laws.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an honorary law degree
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While his LLD Diamonds has challenged De Beers' stranglehold on the market, the tycoon is struggling to meet debt obligations see "Taking On De Beers' Cartel".
Holder took that “leg” graduated with a B.A. in History and an LLD from Columbia.
Thanks for your useful information, pleas i am a Nigerian desirous of prosecuting an LLM and probably LLD programme on Private International Law in Canada, i will appreciate any useful information you can assist me with in this regard.
I'm tempted to avoid anything by LLD, becuase I know where they stand on Gay Rights.
If anyone reading this is associated with LLD press, please pass this link along to the powers that be.
In other words, it sounds like some of the authors who publish with LLD found out that their publisher was doing an anthology that had teh gay in it, and complained.
During the previous year, the school had awarded her an honorary LLD and established a fund in her name.
The JD/LLD class identity, particularly on the left, is very much enamored of its own omniscience, as is evident from the comments to every post on this site.
In 1928 his prestige was further enhanced when Colombia University, his alma mater, awarded him an Honorary Doctorate of Law (LLD) 22.
She was giving a commencement address and receiving an honorary LLD.