Showing and (temporarily) hiding parts of a case

Current Berkman People and Projects 2013-03-29


Learning American law requires reading a lot of cases. And cases can be long — sometimes really long. Traditional casebooks typically include only excerpts of most of their cases. A casebook’s editors decide what parts of each case should be included in the book and, as a consequence, they also decide which parts of each [...]


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Dustin Lewis

Date tagged:

03/29/2013, 03:06

Date published:

03/28/2013, 15:06