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sneha jaiswal   13 April 2021

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Hi, Learned Counsel!

What is the difference among Case Analysis, Case Comment and Case Summary?

Also, provide an approach to do the same in the detail . (Must Answer )



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 3 Replies

P. Venu (Advocate)     15 April 2021

What are the facts? What is the context?

Saura Patil   21 May 2021

Hello!

Greetings of the day!

Here's the difference between Case Analysis, Case Comment, and Case Summary - 

1. Case Analysis: 

Case Analysis means studying cases and drawing important conclusions on how courts apply certain norms and how they are interpreted. It is an analysis that generalizes and highlights trends and problems. It's a process of studying judgements. It is sometimes used interchangeably with a case study. 

2. Case Comment: 

A Case Comment is an extended commentary on particular case law. It is an assessment of the case on how a specific case was disposed of. A case comment should begin with a short paragraph identifying the subject of a case so ass to give the reader an idea of what are the facts of the case. 

3. Case Summary:

Case Summary is nothing but the gist of the case. It should generally include the case citation and the overview of the case i.e. the facts of the case in brief, the procedural history, etc. 

 

Hope this helps! 

Regards, 

Saura Patil 

Laura Woods   21 November 2022

The case in question or the issues it raises will be the exclusive subject of the explanation and analysis. A case comment will be between 2500 and 3000 words, and a journal article will be 4000 nyt sudoku words or longer. A brief introduction should be included in a case comment. 


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