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Friday, August 4, 2017

Weekly Legal Education Roundup

Comment: It is almost time for classes to start again, and I am sure that many of you will be teaching case briefing on orientation or in an early class.  I have written a guide to case briefing: A More Rigorous Approach to Teaching the Reasoning Portion of Case Analysis: A Key to Developing More Competent Law Students.  The reason my method is more rigorous than traditional ones is because it requires students to identify the type(s) of legal reasoning used by the judge in a particular section: rule-based reasoning, analogical reasoning, synthesis, distinguishing cases and arguments, and policy-based reasoning.

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