Jurisprudence means the knowledge or skills of the law . The law is basically described as an iceberg. Only one third of the laws are visible to us, the other two third are deep down, where it can’t be seen. Jurisprudence decides whether parts of the law are to be visible or not.
Jurisprudence deals as well with science and philosophy. An example for jurisprudence is the sexual predator law. The society and the lobbying government would like to introduce a new sexual predator law. This law would enable us to incarcerate sex predator indefinitely. This new law is now going through the matrix of jurisprudence. The matrix of jurisprudence has lots of concepts for the new law to be taken in to account for. In order for the sex predator law to be on the visible side of the iceberg, it has to go through the matrix of jurisprudence….