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What are the best ways to remember cases?

Case cards! You can use index cards to briefly write the name of the case and the facts on it then get someone to test you. Drawing pictures may help. One of the best ways is to find a way a case relates to something. For example, Broome v Perkins is about driving and a car goes ‘broom broom’. Or in R v Lewis the victim breaks his legs. L for Lewis, L for Legs.

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