Brandeis brief

Definition of "Brandeis brief"
  1. A submission in a court that includes significant facts and data regarding social and economic matters, beyond typical factual and legal arguments
How to use "Brandeis brief" in a sentence
  1. The attorney prepared the Brandeis brief to give a thorough picture of the socio-economic impact of the case.
  2. Use of the Brandeis brief was instrumental in providing the court with the broader context of the issue.
  3. The data included in the Brandeis brief can assist the court in understanding the wider implications of their decision.

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