Case Briefing Notebooks

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Know The Law.

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Reading Cases

The most important part of reading your case books is the ability to extract the facts in story and understand the analysis the court rendered. The analysis must translate into a simple explanation to the rules of law. 

How to write a case brief

Be Prepared

Case briefs just got easier. No need to carry around your heavy case books. Putting the facts and analysis into your case briefing notebook not only keeps you ready for class in law school, it makes the case law more memorable.  

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Knowing The Law

Reviewing and using canned case briefs are just not as effective in terms of knowing the law for the long haul. Fact patterns you encounter later will look familiar because remembering the law and concepts becomes evident when you recall the story facts in seminole cases you read in your case books.

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CASE-IN-BRIEF™ Notebook

Create and organize all case briefing into one simple place of reference.  Paper back notebook - 50 pages of printed templates that include: case citation, rule of law, issue, facts, holding and reasoning. All you need to present clean and concise case briefs.

8 1/2" x 11" (21.59 cm x 27.94 cm)

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