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court of law in Law topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcourt of lawˌcourt of ˈlaw (also law court) noun (plural courts of law) [countable]  SCTa place where law cases are judged syn court
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court of lawThese contexts would include a formal job Interview, meeting an important person, and standing before a court of law.You're not in a court of law.Managing directors and union officers are powerful within their own organizations, but far less powerful in a court of law.He dreamed that he stood in a court of law, charged with some wrongdoing and sentenced to make reparations.Now Lord Lane has used the forum of a court of law in order to make his contribution to this political debate.A court of law will handle this.