(COURSE) How to Brief a Law School Casebook Court Case Opinion

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How to Brief a Law School Casebook Court Case Opinion

If the question is: to brief or not to brief each case assigned by your professor, I’m sorry to tell you that my answer is a resounding (YES)! To develop the analysis skills required to be successful in law school, the bar examination and beyond, you must read and brief each case assigned to you by your law school professors.
 
But the good news is: if you complete “T-Zone 1” through “T-Zone 4” of “Professor Blackmore’s T-Chart Analysis” process, you will be ready for class, the bar examination and the practice of law!
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