It was reopened in 2003–2004 after being closed by Saddam Hussein's regime in 1991, the Faculty of Jurisprudence is the first established in Al-Najaf, in 1958.
Each sect developed distinct jurisprudence schools ("madhhab") reflecting different methodologies of jurisprudence ("fiqh").
He has also sought to re-define relations between jurisprudence and sociology, reformulating the idea of a sociological jurisprudence, and has argued that the role of jurists must be value-oriented rather than merely technical.
He was educated in Islamic jurisprudence, principles of jurisprudence, and philosophy in the Haqqani seminary in Qom.
Paton's major published work, "A Text-Book of Jurisprudence", appeared in 1946 and went through further editions.
In 1999, 15 years after Stone's death, the University of Sydney established an institute of jurisprudence which was named after him, the Julius Stone Institute of Jurisprudence.
In Turkey, orthoprax Twelvers following Ja'fari jurisprudence are called Ja'faris. Although the Qizilbash are also Twelvers, their practices do not adhere to Ja'fari jurisprudence.
Several of Raz's students became legal and moral philosophers, including two current professors in jurisprudence at Oxford, Leslie Green and Timothy Endicott, and the former professor of jurisprudence John Gardner.
Circuit subsequently expanded administrative law jurisprudence significantly, particularly jurisprudence on informal rulemaking that enhanced judicial review of agency procedures.
Political jurisprudence can also be seen as a discipline of law.
Although being occupied with worship most of the time, he sometimes taught jurisprudence, principles of jurisprudence, and mathematics in books such as "Sharh al-lum'a al-Dimashqiyya", "Ma'alim al-din" and "Khulasat al-hisab".
The Twelver jurisprudence is called "Jaʽfari jurisprudence".
The prize came to be awarded alternately for medical jurisprudence and general jurisprudence.
He studied engineering and medicine, and then jurisprudence, in Berlin, Rostock, Zürich and Jena. In 1933 he became a Doctor of Jurisprudence.
She was a founder of the legal field of feminist jurisprudence, and coined the term feminist jurisprudence in 1977.
Also, a full course of Quranic jurisprudence in all subjects of Islamic jurisprudence has been recorded.
With John Paris he wrote "Medical Jurisprudence" published in 1823. It was awarded the first Swiney Prize for works on jurisprudence; and it remained the only guide on the subject for many years.
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