meaning of casebook

casebook meaning in General Dictionary

a novel for which detailed written records of situations are kept and which are a source of information for subsequent work Such publications tend to be made use of as supplements to texts in-law schools

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  • based on or feature of a casebook or textbook; typical
  • a book by which detailed written records of an instance are held and that are a supply of information for subsequent work

casebook meaning in Law Dictionary

guide containing a selection of source materials on a certain topic, esp. one used as a reference work or in teaching.


casebook meaning in Business Dictionary

Looseleaf or bound guide composed of written or imprinted record of actual cases in-law, medicine, or other areas.


casebook - German to English

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