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School of jurisprudence

                                School of jurisprudence. Jurisprudence is the study or philosophy of law. It considers the cause and idea of law. Law has an unpredictable idea. Its comprehension differs from individuals to individuals. Everybody has an alternate perception of the law.         Jurisprudence is the hypothesis and investigation of law. It considers the cause and idea of law. Law has an unpredictable idea. Its comprehension differs from individuals to individuals. Everybody has an alternate perception of the law.  1. Analytical school The major premise of analytical School of jurisprudence is to deal with law as it exists in the present form. Analytical school is known in various names such as: The Austinian school since this methodology is set up by John Austin. The imperative school since it regards law as the direction (command) of the sovereign. The Positivist School because the exponents of this school are concerned neither with the past nor with the future of law but