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For over 80 years, Osborn's has been the dictionary of choice for law students. With over 4,700 references from the obscure to the everyday it contains everything needed for the study of law.<br><br>First published in 1927, Osborn's is the classic, concise dictionary of legal terms. Renowned for its comprehensive coverage it offers speedy access to a mass of technical terms and phrases in both English and European law. Extensive legal referencing takes all entries beyond definitions and basic context to provide a solid basis for further research.<br><br>In this application, you can easily search for terms as results appear as you type. You can also browse the full list of terms in a scrolling A-Z list. Where terms have reference to other terms, a link is provided.<br><br>You can also personalise your dictionary by using the bookmark function, by bookmarking terms that are important to you they are then combined into a bookmarks list, providing you quick and easy access to your own<br>essential list of terms.
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I was hoping to not have to carry my hard cover black's dictionary around with me, but it definitely seems as though I'm going to have to after downloading this app. I went through a list of contract terms that I have for class, and I would say there were only 20% of them available in the app. Very, very disappointing. Some of the free dictionaries have a better selection that this one. Looks like I'll be breaking my back carrying around black's........
I wish there was some way to give this application a negative star rating, but alas you are required to give it a star. If I was able to give it negative stars, I would take it all the way to 11. This application is a scam. A law dictionary that doesn't define, "reasonable person" is like a regular dictionary that does not define, "word."
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