Noun(1) a legal scholar versed in civil law or the law of nations(2) a public official authorized to decide questions brought before a court of justice
(1) The competition is in memory of Manfred Lachs, the renowned Polish educator, diplomat, jurist and space law expert.(2) Your Honour has an outstanding reputation as a jurist and someone who has already made a significant contribution to the law in Australia.(3) The position of the Federalist Party of President John Adams was that of the English jurist William Blackstone.(4) Your Honour comes to the Bench with an outstanding reputation as a jurist and as an academic.(5) Even if a judge believes that a brief offers a perfect expression of the law, copying it creates the perception that the jurist is sloppy, lazy, or intellectually moribund.(6) As a jurist , Justice O'Connor has refused to impose a ├ö├ç├┐grand Unified Theory,├ö├ç├û her own phrase, on each area of the law.(7) Both aspects of the rule requires that the jurist be mindful of the general nature of the appeal.(8) I ask you how far would you appreciate a criminologist, a jurist or a legislator who proposes such measures of punishment which shall inevitably force man to commit more offences?(9) The jurist and tax expert Giulio Tremonti, finance minister in Berlusconi's first government, who now heads the combined ministry of economics and finances, is of the same making.(10) The opinion was written by Judge Randolph, a jurist who in my view would be a serious candidate for the Supreme Court but for his age.(11) In fact, on the statue's plaque he's listed first as a jurist , and then as Premier.(12) The new jurist , Superior Court Judge Trena Burger-Plavan, issued a ruling blocking the school district from moving ahead.(13) Chthonic law can't be closed; the roman law of the jurists had no mechanism for radical change; hence no mechanism for anything as radical as closure.(14) Interestingly, some jurists even asserted that judges who rely on a coerced confession in a criminal conviction are to be held liable for the wrongful conviction.(15) In the normal course of things, a consensus of jurists , judges, and lawmakers limits the range of interpretations of the whole, neutralizing the most politically explosive readings.(16) The bar voted not to co-operate with any of the new judicial structure, and the members of a commission of jurists set up by Lamoignon a few months beforehand to advise him on criminal law reform all resigned.
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