The 'law' is much too large for any person to ever know in full. Even experienced judges will be without full knowledge of the law and are therefore usually assigned cases that are within areas of law familiar to the judge. Accordingly, it is common that certain judges will hear civil law cases, other judges hear family law cases, and other judges hear criminal cases, etc. Similarly, legal practitioners will commonly have specific areas of law as their focus.
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