Case Brief

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File size: 16:9
Fonts: Lato Black, Calibri
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PPT 2010, PPT 2013, PPT 2016

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Case brief is a long-used method of studying law. Its purpose is to have students identify the rules of law found in court cases and analyze how courts apply these rules of law to the facts of a case in an objective and rational manner. Case briefing hones analytic skills and heightens understanding of the role of courts in defining, interpreting, and applying the law. Case brief establishes a useful means of bringing the facts of a case back to memory in a short time, for whatever purpose, including classroom discussion. It allows you to extract from a judicial decision its future value as precedent. In other words, it helps you find the principles of law that the case sets forth. Case brief also allows for an easier and smoother review of an area of ​​law. Each brief takes a complex and long document (the case) and reduces it to its key facts, holding, and rationale (the brief). A brief is primarily a self-teaching tool. A long briefcase the most important role of an eliminated – the boiling down of a complex case to its essence. Several basic components of a brief are present in almost all brief styles. You should do well If your brief style includes the following elements – facts, issue, holding (including the rule of law), rationale. State the facts of the case in your own words. Indicate which facts are operative, and which bear on the issues to be decided. Your task is to frame the problem by describing the facts that count, the ones that matter. Issue spotting is the skill of recognizing the facts a pattern that implies a certain type of issue. State the issue cleanly and crisply. What is the ruling by the court? Who won? Answering these questions forces you to identify the outcome of the case. You must understand the procedural setting enough to know what happens as a result of the decision. The rationale section is usually the longest section. In the rationale section, you explain why the court ruled the way that it did. This means that you need to describe the court’s reasoning.

The Case Brief template is primarily useful for lawyers. You can prepare a summary of the trial and present it to the audience using the slides in this template. The template will be useful for teachers of law universities when preparing courses on judicial practice. Also, this template will be useful for journalists when preparing a summary of the latest news. This template can also be used as the closing part of your presentation in which you summarize the report. This template will also be useful for sales managers when preparing a presentation about a new product for a client. You can describe in detail the new product, its benefits and at the end make a short conclusion. The Case Brief template can be modified according to your requirements and will organically complement your old presentations.