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Encyclopedia > Jurists

A jurist is a professional who studies, develops, applies or otherwise deals with the law.


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Jurist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (303 words)
A jurist is a professional who studies, develops, applies or otherwise deals with the law.
In Continental Europe anyone with a degree in law is called a jurist (or a lawyer).
Being a jurist does not necessarily mean that one has the privileges usually attributed to "attorney" or "solicitor" in the United States or Canada.
The Islam Project (2593 words)
Knowing the history of the law and the schools of law, their differences and legal precedents (decisions of other jurists in the past) are just a few of the many areas that a jurist had to know about.
Jurists placed a value on preserving what is familiar to people in a certain place, based on established tradition.
Arab jurists tried to respect these systems in their judgments rather than imposing the system that was customary in another place and time.
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