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07:21 Sep 16, 2000
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Dutch term or phrase:niet-juristen
getuigschrift van cursus met als titel:
Inleiding tot de milieuproblematiek
Deel: Milieurecht voor NIET-JURISTEN
Explanation: The term jurist is English has a meaning quite different from the Dutch "jurist". The English term is commonly applied to those who have distinguished themselves by their writings on legal subjects or to judges. In Dutch, on the other hand, "jurist" is a generic term applied to those who had one form of legal training or another.
Black's Law Dictionary by Henry Campbell Black, M.A.
xxxjarry South Africa Local time: 02:54 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in pair: 3855