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  • n. Plural form of casebook.

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Examples

  • If the secrets of our "casebooks" -- that is, we suppose, our medical _dossiers_, doctors 'records of the condition of their patients -- could be revealed, it would be shown that many clever people have a fancy skeleton in their cupboards.

    Lost Leaders

  • Even a reader of Ripper "casebooks" for the past 30 years gets nightmares perusing this one.

    Books on the Scotland Yard

  • I presume my phrenological development must have been satisfactory, since she not only laid aside her objection to publicity, but even allowed me to carry off with me her MS. "casebooks," from which I cull one or two of several hundred: --

    Mystic London: or, Phases of occult life in the metropolis

  • There was a great deal of variance, as there were other commitments – some authored casebooks, treatises, and then there were issues with counting symposium issues etc.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Elena Kagan as Scholar

  • Copyright: most casebooks start with 30+ pages of narrative on history and theory and policy, then start walking you through the elements.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Kozinski had a great article to the effect that “It takes most lawyers many years to outgrow their 1L casebooks, if they ever outgrow them atall.”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Preliminary List of Entry-Level Law Prof Hires

  • Kozinski had a great article to the effect that “It takes most lawyers many years to outgrow their 1L casebooks, if they ever outgrow them at all.”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Preliminary List of Entry-Level Law Prof Hires

  • Justice Thomas's uncontradicted analysis will enter into the casebooks from which all law students and future justices study the 14th Amendment.

    The Supreme Court's Gun Showdown

  • He was in Cambridge, so it was no great hardship for him to bring the relevant casebooks.

    Aching for Always

  • A voice yelled from the sidewalk: Lynette, home from work, her arms filled with casebooks.

    John Belushi Is Dead

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