Jurisprudence is a double-edged sword. It is difficult for the tongue and mind. Younger lot is troubled pronouncing it and older ones are burdened grasping it. Even experts are at pains to simplify it. When an authority on the subject like Michael Freeman is asked what it encompasses, he painfully admits of the old adage that there are as many answers as one may think. It is, thus, no surprise that the subject is vast and its explanation has variants. And there have been many attempts to come to grips with this abstract-at-first and exciting-at-later-stage discipline, and the process is ongoing. Its proper understanding, however, comes from either getting involved in the subject by going to its deeper meaning or by looking at it as a package of questions as opposed to package of theories. Both require hardcore commitment to eliminating factors that impair understanding and dampen desire to learn more.

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