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The philosophy, science and study of law and decisions based on the interpretation thereof
the science of rights in accordance with positive law
{n} the science of or skill in law
The study and practice of law
the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
the legal facts and procedures governing the professions
The science of law
Technically, jurisprudence means the "science of law" Statutes articulate the bland rules of law, with only rare reference to factual situations The actual application of these statutes to facts is left to judges who consider not only the statute but also other legal rules which might be relevant to arrive at a judicial decision; hence, the "science" Thus, jurisprudence" has come to refer to case law, or the legal decisions which have developed and which accompany statutes in applying the law against situations of fact
{i} science of law; body of laws, legal system
The science of juridical law; the knowledge of the laws, customs, and rights of men in a state or community, necessary for the due administration of justice
1 The science of law, the study of the structure of legal systems, such as equity, and the principles underlying that system, a collective term denoting the course of judicial system
The science or philosophy of law (We now call these people lawyers; the degree is a JD )
Formal study of the principles on which legal rules are based and the means by which judges guide their decision making
(ju·ris·pru·dence) NOUN: 1 )The philosophy or science of law 2 )A division or department of law: medical jurisprudence
The philosophy of law, or the science which treats of the principles of positive law and legal relations
The philosophy and analysis of law
the course of court decisions; the science or philosophy of law
(noun) The study of law and the structure of the legal system
The study of law and the structure of the legal system
the branch of philosophy concerned with the law and the principles that lead courts to make the decisions they do
the topical area of the science of law and societal order
Jurisprudence is the study of law and the principles on which laws are based. the science or study of law (jus ( JUST) + prudens ). Science or philosophy of law. Jurisprudence may be divided into three branches: analytical, sociological, and theoretical. The analytical branch articulates axioms, defines terms, and prescribes the methods that best enable one to view the legal order as an internally consistent, logical system. The sociological branch examines the actual effects of the law within society and the influence of social phenomena on the substantive and procedural aspects of law. The theoretical branch evaluates and criticizes law in terms of the ideals or goals postulated for it
the philosophy of law, or the science of the principles of law and legal relations
{a} relating to jurisprudence
Doctor of Jurisprudence
university law degree, degree awarded upon completion of a university law program (also Juris Doctor)
relating to the science or philosophy of law or a system of laws
{s} of or pertaining to jurisprudence
medical jurisprudence
or legal medicine Science of applying medical facts to legal problems. Routine tasks include filling out birth and death certificates, deciding insurance eligibility, and reporting infectious disease. Perhaps more significant is medical testimony in court. When merely relating observations, doctors are ordinary witnesses; interpreting facts based on medical knowledge makes them expert witnesses, required to present their opinions without bias toward the side that called them. Conflicts between medicine and law can occur, usually over medical confidentiality. See also forensic medicine

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    /ˌʤo͝orəsˈpro͞odəns/ /ˌʤʊrəsˈpruːdəns/


    [ "jur-&s-'prü-d&a ] (noun.) circa 1656. Latin iurisprudentia

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