An advocate; a pleader.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • Causidicus — Causidicus, lat., Sachwalter …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • causidicus — /kosidakas/ In the civil law, a speaker or pleader; one who argued a cause ore tenus. See advocate …   Black's law dictionary

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  • causídico — (Del lat. causidicus < causa, causa + dicere, decir.) ► adjetivo DERECHO Que tiene relación con las causas o pleitos. * * * causídico, a (del lat. «causidĭcus») 1 m. Der. *Abogado. 2 adj. Der. Relacionado con causas y pleitos. ⇒ *Tribunal. * * …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • plaider — Plaider, Dicere, vel dictare causam, Sequi lites, Causam agere. Plaider, Avoir procez, Litigare, Causas actitare, Disceptare, Causam agere, Ambigere, Iudicio contendere. B. Plaider asseuréement, Causam animo praesenti agere. Attendre que l on… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

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  • Pepo (jurist) — Pepo was an 11th century consultant judge ( causidicus ) who became the first law teacher at the University of Bologna. His teaching was based on Justinian s compilations of Roman law, including the Code, Institutes, and Digest. [Peter Stein,… …   Wikipedia

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