In any country, in order to be eligible to work in a law area after graduation, you need to have a title.
The first title it’s given by the University after graduation and it’s written in your diploma. But have you wondered if this title it’s the same in every country? We are not discussing about the title of judge or lawyer, we are talking about the title which you gain imediatelly after graduation.
After graduation: USA
In the USA, you need to pass four years of undergraduate study, followed up by three years of law school. After graduation, the graduate receives the title of juris doctor (J.D.).
After graduation: UK
In the UK, you need to pass the bachelor degree in law (LLB) which lasts about three years. If the graduate wants to continue and be eligible to enter in the bar, it needs to enter in theÂ Inns of Court before beginning the Bar Vocational Course. From this moment, the graduate gets the title ofÂ barrister.
After graduation: Romania
In Romania, after completing the Faculty of Law, the graduate gets the title ofÂ jurist orÂ law graduate. From here, he/she can enter in the Bar Association, the Legal Advisor’s Association, Magistrature and so on.