jd/phd anthropology at UF?

<p>Does anyone ave any insight into this grad program at UF. I am a current college student who is split between persuing a law degree or becoming a phd anthropologist. It is for this reason that this unique program stands out to me. My question is why do people decide to do this program? whats the benefit of it? wouldnt a lawyer have no use for a phd and wouldnt a professor/researcher have little to no use for a phd? thanks in advance</p>

<p>just to be clear, im referring to the joint degree program offered at University of Florida</p>

<p>There may be a good reason in that individual's mind to do both, but in reality, there is little if any use.</p>

<p>I can think of one use off the top of my head: For persons who wish to specialize in the legal aspects of NAGPRA. </p>

<p>But this would, of course, be a highly specialized focus, and not appropriate for most people.</p>