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Lots and Lots of Cases
Reviewed in the United States on July 10, 2014
Shorter than most casebooks. It does a really good job of presenting cases in pairs that appear to contradict each other, but it contains an excessive number of cases and almost nothing else. The shear number of cases can be overwhelming, and many of them are edited down to a page or less. This leads to a lot of cases that are so heavily edited that it is difficult to understand them. I found at least one case that made no sense, and upon reading the full case online, I realized it was because the editing of that case was terrible.