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Jurisprudence is the philosophy of law Jurisprudence is not the same as law just like metaphysics is not physics and theology is not religion. The study of law is specific to a specific legal system, like Greek law, English law, Sharia law etc. Jurisprudence is the study of the general principles behind and between these specific legal traditions. For ...


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Legal Education Compared In the U.S., the customary way that one learns about the law for purposes of being admitted to practice as a lawyer is by completing three years of course (with no thesis or dissertation) at the graduate level, after completing a non-law related undergraduate degree (customarily four years but including non-legal studies), and then ...


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So, first of all, I'm going to assume you're sitting by the edge of the pool purely to enjoy yourself, and not because you're a lifeguard. If you were a lifeguard and didn't do anything you're certainly in some hot water. Second, I don't know UK law. But, I can answer about American law, which does to a certain extent incorporate English common law. This ...


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