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Related terms[edit]

This page would greatly benefit from a large list of related terms that start with either "Anglo-" or "anglo-". In this case, I am looking for a legal term that means influenced by English law and the historic development of English law (as opposed to Napoleonic or Germanic or Latin etc.). I don't think the work is anglospheric, nor anglocentric, etc., but I'm unsure what the word is, even though I have read it frequently in legal and social science journal articles. N2e 01:25, 20 February 2008 (UTC)

The term anglojudicial is used in the book Women under the English Law: From the Landing of the Saxons to the Present Time, by Arthur Rackham Cleveland, 1940. Publisher: William S. Hein & Co., Inc. Pub. Date: June 1940 ISBN-13: 9780837720128 315pp