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May 05, 2014


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Congratulations Sujit! He has worked hard for this honor and I am sure he serve UC Berkeley well.

Terri S

Sure he is smart, but a US law dean without a JD?


A Canadian LLB is the same thing as a JD (i.e. people have done undergrad work before entering law school). Almost all, if not all, Canadian law schools have now renamed their degrees JDs.

Don Anon

He has an American law degree (an LLM from Harvard) and he's taught at a US law school, of course.


Hate to break it to Terri S, but no one thinks an American law degree is required to be a Dean. Also, Canada is a common law country. So is the US. Did you know that?

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