Strouds judicial dictionary is a law dictionary the first edition by frederick stroud was published in 1890 the second edition was by the same author and was published in 1903 a supplement by the same author was published in 1906 a supplement by elsie wheeler was published in 1930 a supplement by john burke was published in 1947. Strouds judicial dictionary of words and phrases tables v 6 by frederick stroud editor john s james and a great selection of related books art and collectibles available now at abebookscom. The ability to define words and phrases precisely is critical for any lawyer strouds judicial dictionary allows the practitioner to have quick access to the exact authoritative meaning of terms. Author stroud frederick 1835 1912 subjects law great britain dictionaries law great britain terminology great britain audience specialized summary the dictionary provides definitions of words and phrases as interpreted in the courts and in statutory material for drafting and interpreting legislation contracts and other documents. The specialist judicial dictionary examined a very good starting point for any legal research will be to look at specific words or phrases when you consider writing an opinion but find yourself stuck obviously both halsbury and current law are favourites too but i feel stroud has the
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