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synonyms for jurisprudence

  • act
  • case
  • charge
  • charter
  • code
  • constitution
  • decision
  • decree
  • legislation
  • mandate
  • measure
  • order
  • precedent
  • regulation
  • requirement
  • ruling
  • statute
  • assize
  • behest
  • bidding
  • bylaw
  • canon
  • caveat
  • command
  • commandment
  • covenant
  • demand
  • dictate
  • divestiture
  • edict
  • enactment
  • equity
  • garnishment
  • injunction
  • institute
  • instruction
  • notice
  • ordinance
  • precept
  • prescript
  • prescription
  • subpoena
  • summons
  • warrant
  • writ
  • decretum
  • due process
  • reg

antonyms for jurisprudence

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  • disorganization
  • lawlessness
  • transgression
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How to use jurisprudence in a sentence

Gun violence has been one of the main topics of conversation of anyone talking jurisprudence throughout the country.
“PROGRESSIVE PROSECUTORS” ARE WORKING WITHIN THE SYSTEM TO CHANGE IT. HOW IS THAT GOING?JAMIL SMITHJULY 30, 2021VOX
Meanwhile, the Federal Elections Bill, or Lodge Bill, to oversee Southern elections failed in the summer of 1890, effectively closing the last window for national voting rights jurisprudence for decades to come.
JUNETEENTH, EXPLAINEDFABIOLA CINEASJUNE 17, 2021VOX
The degree he received was a doctorate in law, though his studies suggest interests beyond jurisprudence.
EXCLUSIVE: HOW AN ACCUSED RUSSIAN AGENT WORKED WITH RUDY GIULIANI IN A PLOT AGAINST THE 2020 ELECTIONSIMON SHUSTER/KYIVMAY 28, 2021TIME
It was this understanding that largely animated the jurisprudence of the Warren court and of the liberal justices in the years since.
SEEING A THREAT TO DEMOCRACY IN A CONSERVATIVE SUPREME COURTGEOFFREY STONEAPRIL 16, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Brennan held that his faith did not impact his jurisprudence.
XAVIER BECERRA IS THE VICTIM OF THE RIGHT’S DISTORTION OF CATHOLICISMDUNCAN HOSIEMARCH 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It is cloaked in the language of jurisprudence, but it is fundamentally a reflection of the will of the elected officials participating in the process.
WHY A SECRET IMPEACHMENT VOTE ISN’T GOING TO HAPPENPHILIP BUMPJANUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
GOP questions about the role of her faithWhile Democrats’ pressure on Barrett to explain the role of her Catholic faith in her jurisprudence has gotten all the attention, they weren’t the only ones to press her on the issue — or to press her period.
WHAT AMY CONEY BARRETT SAID IN HER 2017 CONFIRMATION HEARINGAARON BLAKESEPTEMBER 29, 2020WASHINGTON POST
He wrote on law, medical jurisprudence and political economy, and translated Justinian and Broussais.
THE EVERY DAY BOOK OF HISTORY AND CHRONOLOGYJOEL MUNSELL
Their reason for altering this plan and sending Peter to the School of Jurisprudence has not transpired.
THE LIFE & LETTERS OF PETER ILICH TCHAIKOVSKYMODESTE TCHAIKOVSKY
Peter Ilich was too young to pass straight into the School of Jurisprudence.
THE LIFE & LETTERS OF PETER ILICH TCHAIKOVSKYMODESTE TCHAIKOVSKY
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