This workshop is designed to develop skills that participants can use to write public policy case studies and to develop a case library that can be used in teaching programs. We will discuss several existing cases, combined with a “post-mortem” of what worked and what did not. We will address issues such as how to refine a case topic and learning objectives, how to prepare for case study research, how to collect qualitative data through interviews, what material should be included and what should be left out of case studies, and how to build participant engagement into the way a case is written. A key element of the workshop is that participants will work to develop their own case study. The workshop faculty will provide coaching and feedback that will progress throughout the workshop. During the five-week period between the two three-day blocks, participants will be expected to meet in their case-writing groups and develop outlines of their case studies. At the end of the workshop, participants will have an opportunity to present preliminary versions of their cases and get feedback from the entire group.