Legist

Le'gist (lē'jĭst) noun [ French l├ęgiste , Late Latin legista , from Latin lex , legis , law. See Legal .] One skilled in the laws; a writer on law. Milman. J. Morley.
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Legist

• (n.) One skilled in the laws; a writer on law.
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legist

legist One well versed or skilled in the law; a jurist.
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Legist

A Legist, from the Latin lex `law`, is any expert or student of law. It was especially used since the Carolingian dynasty for royal councillors who advised the monarch in legal matters, and specifically helped base its absolutist ambitions on Roman Law. More generally they were teachers of civil or Roman law, who, besides expounding sources, exp.....
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legist

person knowledgeable about the law
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