Traducción de jurist en Español:

jurist

jurista, n.

Pronunciación /ˈdʒʊrəst//ˈdʒʊərɪst/

nombre

  • 1

    (expert)
    jurista femenino
    • I ask you how far would you appreciate a criminologist, a jurist or a legislator who proposes such measures of punishment which shall inevitably force man to commit more offences?
    • In addition to the more traditional skills such as governance experts, economists, jurists and so on, it requires a variety of professional skills.
    • There was always a gap between the theoretical formulations of the jurists and the de facto exercise of political power.
    • The statements of jurists are a useful source of insights, but they do not provide a direct solution…
    • The jurist and tax expert Giulio Tremonti, finance minister in Berlusconi's first government, who now heads the combined ministry of economics and finances, is of the same making.
    • Chthonic law can't be closed; the roman law of the jurists had no mechanism for radical change; hence no mechanism for anything as radical as closure.
    • Your Honour has an outstanding reputation as a jurist and someone who has already made a significant contribution to the law in Australia.
    • Your Honour comes to the Bench with an outstanding reputation as a jurist and as an academic.
    • Mr. Layton also said it was a matter of great dispute among jurists.
    • Both aspects of the rule requires that the jurist be mindful of the general nature of the appeal.
    • The competition is in memory of Manfred Lachs, the renowned Polish educator, diplomat, jurist and space law expert.
    • The difficulty of determining whether a child was stillborn or murdered has confounded English lawmakers and jurists for centuries.
    • ‘The convention requires the conferral of prisoner of war status unless a competent tribunal decides otherwise,’ the jurists commission said.
    • Russia's highest court generally gives these jurists free rein.
    • Whereas international jurists worried about the damaging precedent the trial might set for international law, Arendt was more concerned about its effects on Israel's young democracy.
    • In fact, on the statue's plaque he's listed first as a jurist, and then as Premier.
    • And the Justices - who increasingly see themselves as part of an international community of high court jurists - may not have wished to remain too far out of step with their friends overseas.
    • The bar voted not to co-operate with any of the new judicial structure, and the members of a commission of jurists set up by Lamoignon a few months beforehand to advise him on criminal law reform all resigned.
    • The position of the Federalist Party of President John Adams was that of the English jurist William Blackstone.
  • 2EEUU

    (judge)
    magistrado masculino
    magistrada femenino
    • The Christian fundamentalist groups have made the nomination of ultra-right jurists to the Supreme Court their top priority.
    • Interestingly, some jurists even asserted that judges who rely on a coerced confession in a criminal conviction are to be held liable for the wrongful conviction.
    • As long as they applied to newly appointed rather than currently sitting judges, the proposals could not be understood as unconstitutionally diminishing jurists ' salaries.
    • Today, supreme court jurists and Washington politicians display no embarrassment in citing Magna Carta to support their case.
    • As a jurist, Justice O'Connor has refused to impose a ‘grand Unified Theory,’ her own phrase, on each area of the law.
    • Darrow, on the other hand, was at times condescending and contemptuous in his treatment of witnesses, jurists, opposing lawyers and even the judge.
    • The opinion was written by Judge Randolph, a jurist who in my view would be a serious candidate for the Supreme Court but for his age.
    • Even if a judge believes that a brief offers a perfect expression of the law, copying it creates the perception that the jurist is sloppy, lazy, or intellectually moribund.
    • In the normal course of things, a consensus of jurists, judges, and lawmakers limits the range of interpretations of the whole, neutralizing the most politically explosive readings.
    • Justices Breyer, Souter, and Ginsburg - all strong First Amendment jurists - will almost certainly favor the prompt judicial decision requirement.
    • With minimal direction given in statute, jurists wrote case law in response to specific claims brought before them.
    • The new jurist, Superior Court Judge Trena Burger-Plavan, issued a ruling blocking the school district from moving ahead.