Definition of Casebooks

1. Noun. (plural of casebook) ¹



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Definition of Casebooks

1. casebook [n] - See also: casebook

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Casebooks

case sensitivity
case shot
case studies
case study
casease
caseases
caseate
caseated
caseates
caseating
caseation
caseations
casebearer
casebearers
casebook
casebooks (current term)
casebound
cased
casefied
casefies
caseful
casefuls
casefy
casefying
caseharden
casehardened
casehardening
casehardens
caseic
casein

Literary usage of Casebooks

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1. Cases on Common Law Pleading: Selected from Decisions of English and by Clarke Butler Whittier (1912)
"Therefore, for purely practical reasons, it is believed that there is a demand for casebooks physically adapted and intended for use as a whole in the ..."

2. Illustrative Cases on Corporationsby Isaac Maurice Wormser by Isaac Maurice Wormser (1916)
"The object of these casebooks is to illustrate the principles of law as set forth and ... Unlike casebooks prepared for the "Case Method" of instruction, ..."

3. Cases on the Conflict of Laws: Selected from Decisions of English and by Ernest Gustav Lorenzen (1909)
"Therefore, for purely practical reasons, it is believed that there is a demand for casebooks physically adapted and intended for use as a whole in the ..."

4. Illustrative Cases on Bailments and Carriersby Armistead Mason Dobie by Armistead Mason Dobie (1914)
"The object of these casebooks is to illustrate the principles of law as set forth and ... Unlike casebooks prepared for the "Case Method" of instruction, ..."

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