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make legal history

If you make legal history, the case you win in court or take to court is the first of its type and changes the way future cases will be dealt with.
Translations of “make legal history”
in Chinese (Traditional) 開創法律歷史,成為法律範例…
in Chinese (Simplified) 开创法律历史,成为法律范例…
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