Juridical (adjective)

  1. Relating to law or legal matters.
  2. Concerned with the administration of justice.
  3. Having the authority or standing of a judge or court.

Origin:

The word juridical comes from the latin word "juridicus", which means having to do with law or legal matters.

Examples:

  1. The juridical process was long and complex.
  2. He has a juridical background.
  3. She has a juridical degree.
  4. The juridical system is complex and difficult to navigate.
  5. He has a juridical understanding of the law.
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