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How to Approach a Case Study in a Problem Solving Workshop

 John Palfrey and Lisa Brem   (Published: 2012)
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4 pages
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Technical Note
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This note, designed for students in the Problem Solving Workshop, gives helpful tips for approaching problem solving case studies.

Learning Objectives

  • Help students effectively read problem solving case studies and prepare for problem solving class discussions and exercises.

Subjects Covered

Problem Solving, Case Studies

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For hard copies, please contact Lisa Brem: E-mail: lbrem@law.harvard.edu; Ph: +1-617-495-8689

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The Problem Solving Workshop: A Video Introduction


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