case system definition

  • noun:
    • an approach of training law that emphasizes the analysis of chosen situations in place of textbooks.
  • others:
    • The system of teaching law in which the instruction is primarily a historical and inductive study of leading or selected cases, with or without the use of textbooks for reference and collateral reading.
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