- the facts of the case,
- the legal issue,
- the legal principle applied in the case,
- the holding and reasoning of the majority, and.
- a summary of any concurrences and dissents.
Hereof, how do you write a legal case review?
- Read and Examine the Case Thoroughly. Take notes, highlight relevant facts, underline key problems.
- Focus Your Analysis. Identify two to five key problems.
- Uncover Possible Solutions/Changes Needed.
- Select the Best Solution.
Secondly, how do you write a case brief template?
- Name of case. Start by saying the name of the case at the top of your case brief — for example Smith v.
- Parties. Identify the parties.
- Procedure. Identify the procedural posture of the case.
- Issue. Identify the legal issue that the opinion is addressing.
- Analysis / Application.
What is a case brief example?
What is a brief example?