Casebook

(redirected from Case book)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
Related to Case book: Cash Book

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.

References in periodicals archive ?
One half of Customers and Patrons constitutes a transcription (with detailed annotation) of a case book of Dr John Monro, the physician to the Bethlem Asylum and the proprietor of several madhouses in the London region.
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?
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.
The work started as a student case book when Professor Hawk was teaching courses in U.
These new developments necessitate a reexamination of today's market structure, and the ninth edition of this case book edited by Walter Adams and James Brock arrives at a timely manner.
193) of a recondite discourse founded on numbers whose design leads to a vanishing point (in this case Book V) where the poet's work would be perfected in linear formation revealing an elected concordance at the new court; they are the very "rails of metempsychosis.
The conference began with a keynote speech by Joyce Williams of Indiana University, co-author of the useful 1980 book, Lizzie Borden: A Case Book of Family and Crime in the 1890s.
In the third part Clouser presents a case book of theories, focusing on various theories of mathematics, physics, and psychology, and showing how these theories differ in proportion to the difference of their assumptions of what is divine (that is, what has independent status).
A specified trade credit equal to the amount required by the seller - in this case book value of $20 million, minus the negotiated cash return, is issued to the seller, and the property is transferred to Active Asset Recovery.