Definitions of "brief"
  1. A succinct overview of a client's situation, typically prepared by a law clerk, to inform an attorney
  2. A systematic, written presentation that outlines the key points of an argument, supported by relevant precedents and evidence
  3. The process of creating a written overview related to a specific legal motion or question of law
How to use "brief" in a sentence
  1. The lawyer prepared a detailed brief to represent his client's interests.
  2. To fully prepare for the hearing, the team reviewed every submitted brief meticulously.
  3. The primary task of the law clerk was to brief various questions of law for the upcoming case.

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