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Law school is expensive. There are many sites out there that hope that you will pay even more money for case briefs. We at law schoolcasebriefs.net disagree with that idea: There is no reason that you should have to pay for case briefs on top of your already astronomically high law school tuition. We currently have thousands of case briefs available on a wide variety of first year and upper level classes. Below are just a few of what we offer to our users.
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With close to 7,000 case briefs and more added constantly, we have a brief for almost every case you will read in law school
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Many students have contributed to this website. Their efforts help thousands of future law students succeed. We welcome case brief submissions or corrections to any case briefs that need to be updated. Please e-mail case brief and outline submissions to [email protected]. We aim to have a vast free outline bank available for students in the near future.
I have often tried to make the cases available as links in case you are a student without a textbook.
All the information on this site is constantly updated and edited. Furthermore, if you have any outlines you want to share, so that others, free of charge, may benefit, please send those to be posted here. Likewise, if you have case briefs you would like to share, please send them to [email protected].
Please keep in mind that this site makes no warranties as to the accuracy of the cases listed here or the current status of law. These cases are derived from class notes and laws change over time. If you have any questions about these materials, or any other legal questions, you should consult an attorney who is a member of the bar of the state you reside in.