A person learned in law; a jurist.
(Roman and Civil Law) A person authorised to give legal advice.
(Civil Law) A master of the civil law. Abbreviation: J.C.
Origin of jurisconsult
Latin iūriscōnsultus iūris genitive of iūs law yewes- in Indo-European roots cōnsultus skilled past participle of cōnsulere to take counsel