The crowd at the morning audience of the great Roman jurisconsult lessens.
Qui jure suo utitur neminem ldit, says the Roman jurisconsult.
He is said—on slight authority—to have been a jurisconsult: there is no reason to suppose he was at Montaperti.
Indeed, whatever be the immediate subject of a jurisconsult of this epoch, he may always be called an expositor of Equity.
The poet Guidi and the critic and jurisconsult Gravina checked this evil by their influence and example.
One pities the jurisconsult who is condemned, by Comstockian clamour, to plough through such a novel.
The Roman jurisconsult was teacher, philosopher and practitioner in one.
In yonder furthest room a jurisconsult expounds a passage in the pandects.
Lovel lay back in his chair with his finger tips joined, like a jurisconsult in the presence of a client.
Your important labors as a statesman and jurisconsult do not call forth our admiration any the less.