He was great both at nisi prius and before an appellate tribunal.
He was great at nisi prius and before an appellate tribunal.
Henry II puts it the other way, p. 220: 'Nisi sunt in dominio meo.'
The natural consequence of this is that we cannot get out of "Nisi prius."
Neque enim vel factum aliud ullum vel qulibet existere poterit voluntas, nisi quam nescia falli providentia ...