[ UK /d‍ʒˈɔːɹɪspɹˌuːdəns/ ]
[ US /ˌdʒʊɹəsˈpɹudəns/ ]
  1. the collection of rules imposed by authority
    the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order
    civilization presupposes respect for the law
  2. the branch of philosophy concerned with the law and the principles that lead courts to make the decisions they do
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How To Use jurisprudence In A Sentence

  • Well, it would be in a whole new jurisprudence so far as the prosecution of Commonwealth offences were concerned in this country.
  • It is not my intention to review the relevant jurisprudence in this ruling.
  • I do not myself consider that the Strasbourg jurisprudence can be so neatly encapsulated.
  • Born in Lisbon, he studied history, philosophy, and jurisprudence at the University of Lisbon.
  • This is a topic which highlights some of the difficulties which are created if the claimants' views of European jurisprudence are right.
  • He is considered as the architect of a distinct school of thought in the principles of jurisprudence and Islamic law, and one of the leading exponents of 'kalam'-scholastic theology - and' rijal '- study of the biographies of transmitters of ahadith, the prophetic traditions,' fiqh '- jurisprudence - and WN.com - Articles related to Emirates becomes first Arab airline to operate Czech Republic route
  • I would have thought that Gazzo was a conspicuous page in the Court's jurisprudence
  • Eugene, this post demonstrates the very real conflict between the First Amendment and the speech-as-violation jurisprudence that has accreted under Title VII and similar laws. The Volokh Conspiracy » Anonymous Comments and Modern Tort Law and Antidiscrimination Law 
  • Jurisprudence has often been a catch-as-catch-can thing at Tulane and Broad, no more so than since the end of the thirty-year reign of District Attorney Harry Connick Sr., father of the singer. The Lampshade
  • A summary of different approaches to jurisprudence and judicial decision making among developed countries.
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