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Who Lawyer Barrister Solictor Judge Jurist What Law Etymologies Cosmic Law comes from: rita in Sanskrit or ritus in Latin, asha in Avestic Persian and litus in Celtic Law Latin Lex, lexis Ius Italian Diritto Spanish Derecho French Droit, Loi English Law German Rechtswissenschaft Dutch Rechtsgeleerdheid Broader Terms Cosmic Law Social Sciences Humanities Professions and Applied Sciences Class: Law Types of Law or Branches Common Law Civil Law Criminal Law Religious law Sociial Law Military law Narrower Terms Library of Congress Scope Note Narrower Term: Bible and law Narrower Term: Canon law Narrower Term: Christianity and law Narrower Term: Commercial law Narrower Term: Compensation (Law) Narrower Term: Conflict of laws Narrower Term: Constitutions Narrower Term: Courts Narrower Term: Dead bodies (Law) Narrower Term: Environmental law Narrower Term: Formalities (Law) Narrower Term: Illegality Narrower Term: International law Narrower Term: Jurisdiction See Also: Jurisprudence Narrower Term: Justice Narrower Term: Justice, Administration of Narrower Term: Law, Primitive See Also: Legislation Narrower Term: Natural law Narrower Term: Practice of law Narrower Term: Procedure (Law) Narrower Term: Public law Narrower Term: Public relations and law Narrower Term: Publicity (Law) Narrower Term: Religion and law Narrower Term: Science and law Narrower Term: Semantics (Law) Narrower Term: Statutes Narrower Term: Technology and law Narrower Term: Violence (Law) Narrower Term: Culture and law Narrower Term: Buddhism and law Narrower Term: Semiotics (Law) Narrower Term: Confucianism and law Narrower Term: Proportionality in law Narrower Term: Legal polycentricity Narrower Term: Bahai law Where Law Offices Law Courts Law Firms Authority Record Narrower Term: Law partnership Narrower Term: Women-owned law firms When History of Law Why Philosophy of Law Legal Theory
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