casebook definition

  • noun:
    • a novel containing source materials in a certain area, utilized as a reference plus in training.
    • : an educational device made use of predominately in US law schools composed of a book containing the text of courtroom views in appropriate situations followed closely by analysis along with other products regarding those situations.
    • a novel for which detailed written records of instances tend to be held and which are a source of information for subsequent work. These types of publications in many cases are used as supplements to texts in-law schools.
    • a novel where doctor keeps the health record of his eases.
    • a novel which detailed written documents of an instance tend to be kept and that are a source of information for subsequent work
  • adjective:
    • based on or characteristic of a casebook or textbook; typical

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