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jurist

a student or graduate of law
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Photo: David Jurist, of The Eileen Fund, presents Raina Glesias with the HBO Now programing gift card.
As jurists, you know that these are not merely decorative pronouncements they sit at the heart of the country's constitutional and democratic identity.
According to The National Jurist, the rankings are "designed to find the law schools where graduates have excellent chances of passing the bar and getting a legal job without taking on a ton of debt.
Between these two ends of the continuum there is intra-school ijtihad (often known in the primary sources of the postformative period as ijtihad fi l-madhhab), in which a jurist would examine the scriptural sources directly to formulate an opinion, albeit within the methodological and substantive legal parameters of a school.
In a key opening address, Mariam Rajawe, the leader of Iranian opposition, said that the number of opponents of the Governance of Guardian Jurist system in Iran are on the increase and speedily spreading, noting that the executions and arrests taking place in Iran are the largest since the announcement of the Iranian regime.
Beyond this Disagreements of the Jurists , I have identified only two other sources that quote Ibn Dawud's al-Wusul : Ibn Hazm, a Zahiri jurist writing in Spain in the eleventh century, and Badr al-Din al-Zarkashi, a fourteenth-century Egyptian scholar, both preserve quotations from the book, perhaps through intermediate sources.
One brilliant jurist knew the Rules of Court like the back of his hand.
The elements that are of interest to every jurist are the ones that turned out to be timeless, and relevant to every Western society: the basic concepts of private law that have already been mentioned.
Notwithstanding these courtwide and specific jurist defections from the 2003 plan, which the recent OSCAR guidance supplemented, quite a few judges kept following the advice, including jurists on California's Eastern District and the Pennsylvania Middle District.
Each profile contains a biography that describes the scholarly milieu in which the jurist worked, including relations with teachers, colleagues, and pupils, as well as with political authorities and then profiles the jurist's scholarly output and the types of juridical thinking for which the jurist is well known.
In a decree issued on Tuesday, the Leader cited article 91 of the Iranian Constitution to reappoint Islamic jurist members Ayatollah Mohammad Mo'men, Ayatollah Mohammad Yazdi and Ayatollah Seyyed Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi to another six-year term in the supervisory body.
Responding to situation one of the vice presidents and a British Jurist, Sir Justice Gavin Lightman told Daily Mirror "I was never consulted on the statement issued by Mr.