Jurist (noun)

  1. A specialist in law or someone with a deep understanding of the legal system.
  2. A judge, lawyer, or legal scholar who is knowledgeable in the interpretation and application of the law.

Origin:

From the latin word 'juris' meaning law and 'ist' meaning person.

Examples:

  1. The jurist presented his expert testimony, in the legislative committee hearing on the proposed bill.
  2. The jurist authored the renowned treatise, on the historical evolution and comparative analysis of legal systems.
  3. The jurist delivered the keynote speech, at the international conference of human rights lawyers.
  4. The jurist served as an arbitrator, in the dispute resolution between the parties, by applying the legal principles.
  5. The jurist was elected as the president, of the supreme court bar association, to represent the legal profession.
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