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jurist

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Law
juristju‧rist /ˈdʒʊərɪst $ ˈdʒʊr-/ noun [countable] formal 🔊 🔊 SCLsomeone who has a very detailed knowledge of law
Examples from the Corpus
juristYet what remains of first-century jurists in the form of quotations from their works fits well with Gaius' account.Although an honest jurist, Luther does things his way.About half of the instances in other jurists seem to be the work of the compilers.The jurist is therefore able to suggest that the testator intended those sums also to be released.The rights assigned to the empire by these jurists were so great that many cities refused to acknowledge them.For the most part, these jurists are philosophically conservative in their interpretations of the law.The four hardest-working jurists took under 100 days.
From Longman Business Dictionaryjuristju‧rist /ˈdʒʊərəstˈdʒʊr-/ noun [countable]LAW a person with very detailed knowledge of the law, especially one who writes on matters of law
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