Case Briefs for Law Students and Lawyers

Case briefs are vital to any law student’s education.  They are a summary of the facts of the legal case.  Each brief can be used in class and can help students study.  The formats can vary, but they must all include facts, procedure, issue, holding, reasoning and concurring/dissenting opinions.  Case briefs don’t have all of the facts, but they are a helpful guide for law students.  They can be useful in class or in preparing for an exam.  Students and lawyers are encouraged to submit case briefs!
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Most recent Case briefs

O’Keeffe v. Snyder

FACTS:

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Newman v. Bost

FACTS:

            J.F. Van Pelt died without a will in place or children of his own. While bedridden by his illness, Van Pelt summoned his housekeeper of ten years, Julia Newman, i.e. the plaintiff, to his beds...

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Hannan v. Dusch

FACTS:

            Hannan, plaintiff, asserts that Dusch, defendant, leased to the plaintiff certain real estate in Norfolk, Virginia for fifteen years beginning on January 1st, 1928. The lease did no...

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Ernst v. Conditt

FACTS:

            The Ernsts, plaintiffs, leased a tract of land in Tennessee to Frank D. Rogers on June 18th, 1960, for a term of one year and seven days to commence on June 23rd, 1960. R...

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Licari v. Blackwelder

FACTS:

            Six siblings, the plaintiffs, inherited their family home in Westport from their parents. Being relatively unsophisticated regarding real estate transactions, the plaintiffs contacted a Norwal...

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