Juristic (adjective)

Relating to law or jurisprudence.

Origin:

From latin iurista, from ius, 'law'.

Examples:

  1. The juristic approach to law often depends on a country's legal tradition.
  2. The juristic debate centered around the interpretation of the Constitution.
  3. The juristic community has been grappling with the issue of human rights for decades.
  4. Juristic experts are often sought after to offer their opinion on complex legal cases.
  5. Juristic scholars have debated the concept of justice for centuries.
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