The Appraisal-Based Case Teaching Method in China’s Legal Education



In this article, the author introduces the steps of the appraisal-based case teaching method in legal education. As a new teaching method of law with emphasis on logic and demonstration, it is of great significance to break through the disadvantages of traditional law education. The article finds that compared with traditional case teaching methods, it is more helpful to cultivate and enhance students’ analysis and expression ability. In view of the challenges faced by the appraisal-based case teaching method in China’s legal education, the supporting functions of judicial practice is necessary.


Appraisal-based case analysis; Teaching method; Legal thinking; Syllogism

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