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Encyclopedia > List of jurists

The following lists are of prominent jurists, including judges, listed in alphabetical order by jurisdiction. See also list of lawyers.




  • Luis Moreno Ocampo


See also List of Judges of the High Court of Australia


  • Ludwig Adamovich Sr., former president of the Austrian Constitutional Court
  • Ludwig Adamovich Jr., former president of the Austrian Constitutional Court
  • Walter Antoniolli, former president of the Austrian Constitutional Court
  • Franz Bydlinski, leading late 20th-century theorist on the methods of private law
  • Eugen Ehrlich, legal sociologist
  • Walther Kastner, 20th century lawyer and law professor who shaped many reforms of Austrian corporate law
  • Hans Kelsen, Constitutional theorist, draftsman of the Austrian constitution and creater of the Pure Theory of Law
  • Karl Korinek, president of the Austrian Constitutional Court
  • Karl Anton Freiherr von Martini, late 18th century jurist and proponent of natural law, writer of earlier drafts, including the West Galician Book of Laws leading up to the Austrian Civil Code of 1811
  • Franz von Zeiller, draftsman of the final version of the Austrian Civil Code of 1811


  • Geoffrey Briggs
  • Mohamed Saied



See also Law Lords



  • Jean-Louis Bruguière
  • Claude Jorda
  • Roger Le Loire
  • Jean-Étienne-Marie Portalis


Hong Kong

International Court of Justice at the Hague

See also International Criminal Court



  • Mohammad Mughrabi

Soviet Union & Russian Federation


  • Baltasar Garzón


United States

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List of lawyers - definition of List of lawyers in Encyclopedia (109 words)
This is a list of people primarily famous as lawyers, ordered within each category alphabetically by last name.
This list does not include lawyers who were also politicians who were famous primarily for their political achievements rather than for their work in litigation.
For a list of famous judges, see list of jurists.
Jurist - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (73 words)
A jurist is a professional who studies, develops, applies or otherwise deals with the law.
The term "legal professional" may be used for convenience, but this is not common practice.
JURIST is an authoritative legal news and research publication of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
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