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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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The bench also asked why the case book preparation was not being done.
Nawaz's counsel Khawaj Haris said that a chart had been prepared with the relevant details, however, some documents were either missing or their order was not correct in the case book.
The association between aggression and posttraumatic experiences is described in a well-known case book. (1) Effective treatment requires clinicians to recognize that the aggression benefits from an abreaction context and correction-based therapy.
Customers and Patrons of the Mad-Trade: The Management of Lunacy in Eighteenth-Century London, With the Complete Text of John Monro's 1766 Case Book. By Jonathan Andrews and Andrew Scull (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2003.
(Fujii is eager to avoid doing business with the yakuza.) The case book for each loan/investment request then goes before a formal investment committee, thereby ensuring the accomplishment of proper due diligence.
CASE BOOK QAm I entitled to obtain the result of a case which recently went before the Magistrates' Court, where presumably both the press and the public would have had a right of attendance?
These pedagogical materials (i.e., text and case book) are designed for a partnership taxation course typically offered as part of a graduate tax curriculum or in a JD/LLM program.
A case book to support and give guidance on the application of its professional code to organizational psychologists was first published under the editorship of Rodney Lawman in 1985.
He has published papers on these and other issues in the AICPA's 1998 Professor-Practitioner Case Book, Internal Auditing, Issues in Accounting Education, Advances in Accounting Information Systems, and other journals.
Importance of textbook supplements Supplement Average Importance(*) CASE software manual 1.577 CASE diskettes 1.60 Project and case book 1.60 Instructor's manual 1.68 Visual aids 1.79 Test bank 1.89 Videos 2.15 Study guide 2.23 * Value code (1 = Very important; 2 = Somewhat important; 3 = Don't use) Table 3.
The work started as a student case book when Professor Hawk was teaching courses in U.S.