Legal Maxims are the legal terminologies that are essentially asked in a number of law entrance examinations. These legal maxims are a part of Legal Aptitude or Legal Awareness section of almost all major law admission tests including CLAT, AILET, MH CET Law, SLAT, PU BA LLB, DU LLB, BHU LLB and PU LLB. Careers360 with the help of different legal sources and law exam experts have consolidated a list of legal maxims or the legal terminologies, which will help law aspirants like you in preparing for the law exams, particularly the Legal Awareness (Legal Knowledge) section.
How legal maxims can help in cracking law exams? This is one of the most important and critically logical question, one may have if going through a list of hundreds of legal terminologies at one go. The answer to this question is, Yes! If you read and memorise at least five legal maxims every day, there are chances that you answer most of the questions that may come in the Legal Aptitude section of a law entrance test. Interestingly, the Legal Awareness/Legal Aptitude/Legal Knowledge section covers a major part of the law exam and thus solving a good number of questions from that section will eventually give the test takers an edge over others.
Careers360 brings you a list of over 300 Legal Maxims that will be quite useful to crack the law examinations. The Legal Maxims figuring here have their word-meanings with them which can help you in knowing the exact legal term and its literal definition and connotation.
Law aspirants may note that the list of Legal Maxims is just a selective one and will be updated accordingly.
Important Legal Maxims for Law Entrance Exams
*Source – Books of Latin Legal Terminologies
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