case system

Definition of "case system"
  1. A learning methodology adopted in most American law schools where students study law by examining, outlining, and discussing appellate cases, which are published in subject-specific casebooks each embodying a certain legal statute
How to use "case system" in a sentence
  1. At law school, John was introduced to the case system that would aid his understanding of various legal rules.
  2. Because of the case system, Alice became adept at interpreting the complexities of constitutional law.
  3. Implementing the case system in legal studies provides students with real court scenarios to enhance their understanding of law.

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