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    hey guys...

    this may be a really stupid question but what does "Jurisprudence" mean in relation to law?

    thanks

    jay
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    It's what Oxford calls Law as an academic subject.
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    alexander, ur actually wrong. its not just used in relation to studying law at oxford, it has a much wider meaning in the legal field (admittedly which i dont know - but hey). just type it into google and ul see that it does not give u links to oxford uni law site.
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    guys....ive just found out...

    it means the philosophy of law

    he he...thanks any way

    jay
 
 
 
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