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(after I wrote sentences in which I discuss about occupational freedom, I wrote the sentence like the below)

I apply these understanding about an occupational freedom to examine the constitutionality of Japanese law school’s current admission system.

1) I'm concerned if "apply understanding about A to examine B" sounds awkward.

Could you teach me how to express this better?

2) I feel weird about putting "an" before freedom since it's constitutional right.

3) I repeat using the term "law school's admission system" because I can't find any expression that can replace "system".

If there exists such expression, please teach me.

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I apply these understanding about an occupational freedom to examine the constitutionality of Japanese law school’s current admission system.

Correction: I apply this understanding of "occupational freedom" to examining the constitutionality of Japanese law schools' current admission system.

the idiomatic way to understanding: to have an understanding of something. However, since you have this understanding, you do not need a.

occupational freedom? Freedom to choose an occupation? I would use quotes since this doesn't exist in Western law....

  • more than one school, right?

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