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Casebook

A printed compilation of judicial decisions illustrating the application of particular principles of a specific field of law, such as torts, that is used in Legal Education to teach students under the Case Method system.

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Both prologue and epilogue present Ellison's own voice in the form of his working notes, letters, interviews, and a lecture while the remainder of the casebook consists of 10 scholarly articles focusing on a wide range of topics.
Placing Bob Jones in the canon of constitutional law casebooks is an idea whose time has not come.
The first edition of the casebook, which dramatically veered away from the traditional doctrinal structure of property casebooks, was organized in three major parts: Part I dealt with the basic notions of "Property and Wealth," Part II covered "Land (Resource) Allocation by Private Volition," and Part III explored "Land Planning and Development.
About half of former penitents seem to have maintained some form of contact: casebooks are thick with jotted notes about later jobs, marriages, and other life events.
By providing written Decision Casebooks in advance, borrowers and lenders can see eyeto-eye and speak the same language.
Among its products, Aspen offers a line of casebooks used by law schools and law students, as well as a series of supportive legal study aids and a legal citation manual.
As evidence that constitutional law casebooks (like their editors) have a tendency to expand, the following page size figures for the successive editions of our casebook are instructive:
LEXIS-NEXIS Electronic Authors Press will provide a process by which law professors and authors can electronically publish their course materials and create electronic casebooks.
Aspen offers a line of casebooks for law schools and their students, including "Property" and "Civil Procedure.
Those articles have provided us with both an excellent overview of developments in the casebooks and rationales for the decisions of casebook authors.
Electronic casebooks, also based on the FolioVIEWS software platform, are accessed through the LEXIS-NEXIS Student Office and enable course materials to be more timely and interactive.
The LEXIS-NEXIS Millennium Initiative furnishes law faculty with the software platform to transform course materials into electronic casebooks and enables law students to use their personal computers to access and integrate information from a variety of sources.