Curia Regis Law and Legal Definition

“Curia Regis” in Latin means “king’s court.” It is also termed as King’s Court or Aula Regis. Curia Regis refers to the Norman English court with a body of advisors, who traveled with the king, advised him on political matters and acted as an appellate court in complicated cases. Later, the functions of the curia regis became exclusively judicial in nature.