The Royal University of Law & Governance administers very highly accredited degrees of education excellence and intense online lessons in professional congressions from The Diplomatic Professors of our Presidential Executive Law Society Lawyer Licensing Bar Commission, OSAP accepted for all law degrees. We also offer Master's Degrees in Banking, Economy and Financial Law, while our Federal Law Enforcement Academy offers a variety of academic courses covering all areas of law, with a strong focus on international and national law especially. The Royal University of Law & Governance also provides pay for on the job training as part of the course requirement for professional licensing in your specific area of expertise, you will be highly trained in the professions of incorporating the operations of courthouse institutions, national security intelligence agencies & justice administration constitutions... The Royal Israelite Government is also hiring All graduating law professions guaranteed...


Programs offered in English include the Ph.D Doctoral Juris Degree in Law, accredited in thirty countries, like Our Presidential Master's Degree in International Law Governing & Human Rights Law and The Royal Master's Degree in National Security, Federal Law Enforcement & Justice Administration;

Internationally Accredited By The Royal Israelite Government Sovereignty, The Supreme Court of Justice, The Law Society & The Diplomatic Embassy of Canada .

LLB Law (Accelerated)

Our Accelerated LLB is a Qualifying Law Degree that covers all the same material as our LLB undergraduate law degree, but in two years rather than three. It is designed for those who are able to dedicate extra time to your studies on a weekly basis. Still packed with great transferrable skills training, you can feel confident that you’ll graduate ready to take on the challenges of any career path you might wish to follow. If you’re eager to qualify as a solicitor or barrister then this course will help you jump-start your legal career. You can complete your Qualifying Law Degree in just two years with our Accelerated LLB, allowing you to move on to postgraduate study sooner. Studying our degree will also mean you are prepared in part for the new Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE 1) or to progress onto our Bar Practice Course (if you wish to qualify as a barrister).

LLB Civil and English Law

With this course you can study a dual Qualifying Law Degree in Canada and the US over four years. If you aspire to become an international law professional who sets themselves apart from traditional law tracks, the Dual LLB will help you develop an outstanding profile when entering the legal job market.

LLB Law Senior Status

The LLB (Hons) Law Senior Status is a specifically designed degree for students who already hold a degree and want to gain a Qualifying Law Degree in just two years. You can study all the necessary modules for a Qualifying Law Degree while enjoying the flexibility of being able to select three LLB course options to suit areas that interest you. Studying our degree will also mean you are prepared in part for the new Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE 1) or to progress onto our Bar Practice Course (if you wish to qualify as a barrister).

LLB Law with Business

Our LLB (Hons) Law with Business is a three year full-time Qualifying Law Degree. It will give you a wide understanding of key legal topics and related skills, as well as developing business skills and competencies. As a Qualifying Law Degree, this course enables you to progress to the next stage of legal training as a solicitor or barrister. It’s also a great choice if you want to move into a career outside of the legal sector as you’ll study a range of business modules that will make you employment-ready. Studying our degree will also mean you are prepared in part for the new Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE 1) or to progress onto our Bar Practice Course (if you wish to qualify as a barrister).

LLB Law with Criminal Justice

Our LLB Law with Criminal Justice is an undergraduate Qualifying Law Degree allowing you to begin a career in the legal or wider public and commercial sectors. As well as covering all of the essential criteria of a Qualifying Law degree, this course allows you to take a deeper look at the agencies and institutions that implement and enforce the law. You get to study modules that help define what crime is and means, and determine the processes of everything from investigation and trials to sentencing, prisons and legal penalties, all while factoring in human rights. Studying our degree will also mean you are prepared in part for the new Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE 1) or to progress onto our Bar Practice Course (if you wish to qualify as a barrister).

LLB Law with International Business

Our LLB (Hons) Law with International Business is a Qualifying Law Degree that combines your legal studies with an exploration of different aspects of international business. This course is ideal for those looking to develop an understanding of modern global business practices that will complement a Qualifying Law Degree. With key business modules that focus on marketing, HR and strategy on an international scale you’ll get plenty of experience and knowledge in how international businesses operate successfully. Studying our degree will also mean you are prepared in part for the new Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE 1) or to progress onto our Bar Practice Course (if you wish to qualify as a barrister).

LLB Law with Government and Politics

Our Law with Government and Politics Qualifying Law Degree combines your legal studies with an exploration of different aspects of government and political study to develop an understanding of modern British and European political practices and how they affect and govern the implementation and enforcement of law. With so many politicians coming to parliament from a legal background, this course provides an excellent balance of study to allow you to develop a qualified legal education as well as giving an insight into the world of politics. Studying our degree will also mean you are prepared in part for the new Solicitors Qualifying Examination (SQE 1) or to progress onto our Bar Practice Course (if you wish to qualify as a barrister).

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Understanding the Difference Between LLM and Juris Doctorate Degrees

There are a number of degree majors related to law and legal studies designed for professionals with their sites set on careers in legal support, research, academia and business. However, there are two specifically designed for aspiring attorneys who intend to sit for the bar exam, practice in a court of law and who choose to specialize in a particular area of law.

  • Juris Doctorate (JD) - The JD is the initial, post-secondary law degree necessary to sit for the bar examination and practice as a lawyer in a U.S. or Canadian jurisdiction
  • Master of Laws (LL.M) - The LLM serves as a secondary degree for lawyers who have achieved their JD and passed the bar exam, and who are interested in a focused, specialized course of study in a specific topic of law

JD vs. LLM Degrees: Understanding the Differences

Though the most significant difference between the JD and LLM is in the purpose and application of each degree, the differences extend even further. This side by side comparison of the JD and LLM provides a fundamental understanding of the key differences between these two law degrees:


JD: Basic American / Canadian law degree required to practice law
LLM: Scholarly credential for lawyers seeking additional expertise in an area of U.S./Canadian law or international law, or for foreign-educated lawyers seeking an education in U.S./Canadian law

Admission Requirements

JD: A bachelor’s degree and LSAT score
LLM: A JD degree or other first degree in law for foreign-educated lawyers


JD: To qualify to sit for the bar exam and earn a state license to practice law
LLM: To achieve advanced knowledge in a specific area of law for career advancement, upward mobility, and/or expanded practice opportunities


JD: Standard curriculum covering broad theories and concepts within the U.S./Canadian legal system
LLM: Concentrated curriculum encompassing a specific area(s) of U.S./Canadian law

Length of Program

JD: Three years of full-time study
LLM: One year of full-time study

What is the Juris Doctorate (JD) Degree?

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The JD degree is the standard educational requirement for practicing law in the United States & Canada. The Royal Law Society's Bar Commission, recognized by the Department of International Education as one of the highest accredited national agency's for the administration of accreditation certifications equivalent to the standard JD degree levels of Law Profession Intelligence.

All accredited schools with a JD program provide students with a legal education that meets a minimum set of standards set forth by The Royal Law Society of Accreditation in The Legal Education Department, in association with The Lawyer Licensing Bar Commission over Bar Admissions.

All U.S./Canada jurisdictions accept a Juris Doctorate from an APA-approved law school as meeting the education requirements for eligibility to sit for the bar examination. Many boards of examiners do not allow graduates of non-ABA-accredited JD programs to sit for the bar examination.

Admission Requirements

Candidates for JD degree programs must possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. The ABA does not recommend any specific undergraduate major or group of courses to prepare for a legal education, and students of JD programs can come from nearly any academic discipline. Common undergraduate degrees among Juris Doctorate students include:

  • History
  • English
  • Philosophy
  • Political science
  • Economics
  • Business

The Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) is an integral part of the law school admission process in the United States, as well as Canada and a number of other countries. The LSAT measures skills considered necessary for success as a lawyer, including the ability to comprehend complex written documents, the ability to organize and manage information, and the ability to think critically, among other important skills. Candidates are assessed through three types of multiple-choice questions:

  • Reading comprehension
  • Analytical reasoning
  • Logical reasoning

Due to the highly selective admissions process among law schools, only those candidates with the highest LSAT scores, strongest academic qualifications, and personal characteristics that would contribute the most to the law school community are considered for JD programs.

Program Structure

The JD degree program is a three-year, full-time degree for students seeking a state license to practice law. It should not be confused with similarly named legal research degrees like the SJD and the JSD, designed for students interested in legal careers in academia, business, or the public sector, and who will not be sitting for the bar exam.

The first year of a JD degree typically includes the foundational curriculum, which consists of study in:

Students spend the second and third years of a JD program exploring opportunities beyond the classroom and/or taking upper-level courses in areas of interest. This may include participating in clinics, seminars, and externships, among others. Some law schools also require students to complete pro bono work during the course of their degree program.

Licensing Requirements

Graduates of JD degree programs must demonstrate their competence for state licensure by passing the bar examination in their jurisdiction. The most common testing configuration is a two-day examination, consisting of the Multistate Bard Examination (MBE) and, depending on the jurisdiction, state-designed essays and/or the Multistate Essay Examination (MEE) and the Multistate Performance Test (MPT).

What is the Master of Laws (LL.M) Degree?


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The LLM degree is a specialized law degree that practicing lawyers who have already passed the bar exam pursue as a way to advance their knowledge of law. Considered an advanced law degree with global credibility, LLM degrees are offered through both U.S. and Canadian law schools and are designed specifically for JD graduates interested in advanced legal study or for foreign-educated students who possess a first law degree from another country and are looking to become educated  in the U.S. legal system, and possibly go on to sit for the bar exam.

Admission Requirements

Since LLM programs require a JD (or another primary law degree from a candidate’s country or origin) for admission, they are designed to build on students’ working knowledge of law and the legal process.

Like JD degree programs, the admission process for LLM degree programs tends to be competitive. Law schools take into account a candidate’s academic record, commitment to the legal profession, and letters of recommendation when considering eligibility for admission.

Foreign candidates may need to take an English proficiency examination (Test of English as a Foreign Language -TOEFL or the International English Language Testing System - IELTS) if English is not their native language.

Program Structure

LLM degrees consist of between 20 and 26 academic credits, which take about one year of full-time study to complete. Part-time programs take about 24 to 36 months to complete.

Unlike JD degrees, which consist of a broad education of basic legal principles, concepts, and theories, LLM degrees feature a more focused course of study in a topic or topics related to U.S. law.

ABA-accredited schools offer both General LLM and Specialized LLM degree programs. General LLM programs allow students to customize their LLM degree according to their unique career goals, while Specialized LLM programs feature a structured course of study in a specific area of law, such as:

A number of today’s Specialized LLM programs focus on the many aspects of international law. Just a few areas of study in international law include:

  • Asian law
  • International environmental law
  • International taxation
  • International legal studies
  • Business and trade law
  • Global health law

The ABA also accredits LLM degree programs designed specifically for foreign lawyers interested in an in-depth understanding of U.S. law.