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Legal Research, Analysis, and Writing

Legal Research, Analysis, and Writing 6th Edition

By: Joanne B. Hames Yvonne Ekern
ISBN-10: 0134559843
/ ISBN-13: 9780134560168
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Legal Research Analysis and Writing

Brief Contents

Contents

Preface

    • Goals
    • Changes to the Sixth Edition
    • Organization
    • Practical Approach
    • Features
    • Instructor Supplements
    • Alternate Versions

About the Authors

Chapter One Introduction to Legal Research, Writing, and Analysis

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives For Chapter 1
    • 1-1 Introduction
    • Preparing for Legal Research
    • Legal Research and Law Practice
    • The Role of the Researcher
    • How to Organize Most Legal Writing
    • 1-2 The U.S. Legal System
    • 1-3 Sources of U.S. Law
    • Constitutional Law
    • Statutory Law
    • Administrative Regulations
    • Case Law
    • Relationship between Sources of Law
    • 1-4 Legal Publications
    • 1-5 The Law Library
    • Traditional Law Libraries
    • Types of Legal Materials
    • Virtual Law Libraries
    • Features of Legal Publications
    • 1-6 Internet and Legal Research
    • 1-7 Legal Citation
    • Case Law
    • The U.S. Supreme Court
    • State Case Law
    • United States Constitution
    • The United States Code (Statutes)
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions for Review
    • Can You Figure it Out?
    • Test Yourself (Check Your Answers in Appendix G )
    • Test Yourself—Write It Right Effective Sentence Structure
    • Now, You Try It (Check Your Answers in Appendix G )
    • Citation Exercises
    • From the Writer’s Corner How to Organize Most Legal Writing
    • Assignments and Exercises
    • Research Exercises
    • Analysis and Writing Assignments
    • Online Research Exercises

Chapter Two The Starting Point: Analyzing Facts and Identifying Legal Issues

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives for Chapter 2
    • 2-1 Introduction
    • 2-2 Understand and Analyze the Facts
    • 2-3 Sort the Facts of a Client’s Case
    • 2-4 Compare Case Law Facts with Your Client’s Facts
    • 2-5 Legal Issues
    • 2-6 Identify the Legal Issues
    • Issues in Your Client’s Case
    • Issues in a Reported Case
    • It can be tempting to state an issue as “Did the defendant commit robbery?”
    • 2-7 Writing Issue Statements
    • 2-8 Sample Case File
    • The Bluebook—RULE 15.8
    • Dictionary Citation Analyzed
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions for Review
    • Can You Figure it Out?
    • Test Yourself (Check Your Answers in Appendix G)
    • Test Yourself—Write it Right Working Words and Glue Words
    • Now, You Try It (Check your answers in Appendix G )
    • Citation Exercises
    • From The Writer’s Corner — An Issue Includes the Legal Question and the Key Facts
    • Assignments and Exercises
    • Analysis and Writing Exercises
    • Online Research Exercises

Chapter Three Finding and Analyzing Case Law

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives for Chapter 3
    • 3-1 What is a Case?
    • 3-2 Case Citations
    • 3-3 Overview of Case Law and the Concept of Stare Decisis
    • The Appeal Process
    • 3-4 Where to Find Case Law
    • Case Law Reporters
    • Lexis and Westlaw
    • CD-ROM Products
    • Internet
    • 3-5 Federal Case Law
    • United States Supreme Court Case Law
    • United States Reports
    • Supreme Court Reporter
    • Lawyers’ Edition
    • Other Federal Reporters
    • Federal Reporter
    • Federal Rules Decisions
    • Federal Supplement
    • Specialized Reporters
    • Lexis and Westlaw
    • Internet
    • 3-6 State Case Law
    • Regional Reporters
    • Official Reporters
    • Unofficial Reporters
    • Other Sources
    • 3-7 An Approach to Reading a Case
    • Components of a Case
    • Facts
    • Judicial History
    • Issues
    • Rules
    • Analysis
    • Conclusion
    • Reading Topic Sentences—An Approach to Reading Case Law
    • A Method for Reading and Color Highlighting a Legal Decision
    • Official and Unofficial Publications
    • 3-8 How to Use Case Law
    • Compare and Contrast the Facts of a Reported Case with Your Client’s Facts
    • First
    • Second
    • The Bluebook—Rule 8
    • The Bluebook—Rule 10
    • The Bluebook—Table 1 (T.1)
    • Other Federal Reporters
    • State Case Law
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions for Review
    • Can You Figure it Out?
    • Test Yourself (Check Your Answers in Appendix G )
    • Test Yourself—Write it Right Use Short Sentences
    • Now, You Try It (Check your answers in Appendix G )
    • Citation Exercises
    • From The Writer’s Corner Make Positive Statements
    • Assignments and Exercises
    • Research Exercises
    • Analysis and Writing Assignments
    • Online Research Exercises

Chapter Four How to Read and Summarize a Case Law Decision

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives for Chapter 4
    • 4-1 Purpose of a Case Brief
    • 4-2 The Components of a Case Brief
    • Name and Citation of the Case
    • Judicial History/Procedural History
    • Facts
    • Issue(s)
    • Rule(s)
    • Analysis or Reasoning
    • Holding
    • 4-3 How to Write a Case Brief
    • 4-4 Analysis and the Case Brief
    • 4-5 An Approach to a Daunting Project
    • The Bluebook—Rule 5
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions for Review
    • Can You Figure It Out?
    • Test Yourself (Check Your Answers in Appendix G )
    • Test Yourself—Write It Right Keep It Simple, Use Tabulation
    • Now, You Try It (Check your answers in Appendix G )
    • Citation Exercises
    • From the Writer’s Corner: Avoid Shortcuts
    • Assignments and Exercises
    • Research Exercises
    • Analysis and Writing Assignments
    • Online Research Exercises

Chapter Five Constitutions, Statutes, and Administrative Regulations

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives for Chapter 5
    • 5-1 Introduction
    • 5-2 Constitutions
    • Section 1
    • 5-3 Federal Statutory Law
    • Enactment of Statutory Law
    • Legislation Proposed
    • Bill Introduced
    • Bill Referred to Committee
    • Vote by Legislators
    • Action by Other House
    • Executive Action
    • Initial Publication of Statutes
    • 5-4 United States Code
    • Legislative Histories
    • United States Code Publications
    • Pocket Part Supplements
    • Online Publications
    • 5-5 State Statutory Law
    • 5-6 Local Ordinances
    • 5-7 Administrative Regulations
    • 5-8 Court Rules
    • 5-9 Uniform Laws and Model Codes
    • 5-10 Finding Constitutional Provisions, Statutory Law, Administrative Regulations, and Rules of Court
    • Using a Citation
    • Print Resources.
    • Online Resources.
    • Using an Index
    • Print Resources.
    • Online Resources.
    • Popular Name Tables
    • Finding Administrative Regulations and Rules of Court
    • 5-11 Legislative Materials on the Internet
    • Constitutions
    • Codes
    • Rules of Court
    • Administrative Regulations
    • Miscellaneous Legislative Materials
    • Searching the GPO’s Federal Digital System
    • Federal Resources
    • State resources
    • The Bluebook—RULE 11
    • United States Constitution Citation Analyzed
    • The Bluebook—RULE 12
    • United States Code Citation Analyzed
    • The BluebooK—Rule 12
    • The Bluebook—Table 1 (t.1)
    • The Bluebook—Rule 12.9.3
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions for Review
    • Can you Figure it out?
    • Test Yourself (Check Your Answers in Appendix G )
    • Test Yourself—Write It Right Use a Short Introduction
    • Now, You Try It (Check your answers in Appendix G )
    • Citation Exercises
    • From The Writer’s Corner (Lists Are Helpful)
    • Assignments and Exercises
    • Research Exercises
    • Analysis and Writing Assignments
    • Online Research Exercises

Chapter Six Statutory and Constitutional Analysis

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives for Chapter 6
    • 6-1 Introduction
    • 6-2 Constitutional Analysis
    • Federalism—The Relationship between Federal and State Governments
    • 6-3 Analyzing Statutes and Regulations
    • Determine if a Law Applies
    • Outline Statutory or Regulatory Language
    • Review Case Law That Interprets Code or Regulatory Provisions
    • Review Other Code Sections
    • Watch Your Dates
    • Legislative History
    • 6-4 Applying Statutory Law to a Fact Pattern
    • 6-5 The Internet and Legislative Analysis
    • The Bluebook—Rule 8
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions for Review
    • Can You Figure it Out?
    • Test Yourself (Check Your Answers in Appendix G )
    • Test Yourself—Write It Right Use Short Paragraphs
    • Now, You Try It (Check your answers in Appendix G )
    • Citation Matters
    • From the Writer’s Corner: Place yourself in the background
    • Assignments and Exercises
    • Analysis and Writing Assignments
    • Online Research Exercises

Chapter Seven Secondary Sources

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives for Chapter 7
    • 7-1 Introduction
    • 7-2 Features of Secondary Source materials Accessed in Print Form
    • 7-3 Legal Encyclopedias: American Jurisprudence 2D and Corpus Juris Secundum
    • Using Legal Encyclopedias
    • 7-4 American Law Reports
    • Using A.L.R.
    • 7-5 Treatises
    • Using a Treatise
    • 7-6 Periodicals
    • Guides to Periodicals
    • 7-7 Looseleaf Services
    • 7-8 Restatements of the Law
    • 7-9 Miscellaneous Resources
    • Continuing Legal Education Books and Materials
    • Form Books
    • Pattern Jury Instructions
    • The Legal Dictionary and Legal Thesaurus
    • 7-10 The Internet and Secondary Sources
    • The Bluebook—Rules 15, 16, 17, and 18
    • Books, Periodical Materials, and Other Secondary Sources
    • Examples
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions for Review
    • Can You Figure it Out?
    • Test Yourself (Check Your Answers in Appendix G )
    • Test Yourself—Write It Right Know When to Use a Citation
    • Discussion
    • Now, You Try It (Check your answers in Appendix G )
    • Citation Exercises
    • From the Writer’s Corner—Quotations
    • Assignments and Activities
    • Research Exercises
    • Part One: Using Encyclopedias: American Jurisprudence 2d
    • Part Two: Using A.L.R.
    • Part Three: Periodicals and Law Reviews
    • Part Four: Restatement
    • Part Five: State Research
    • Analysis and Writing Assignments
    • Online Research Exercises

Chapter Eight Digests

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives for Chapter 8
    • 8-1 Introduction
    • 8-2 Headnotes and Topics
    • 8-3 West Digests
    • 8-4 Other Digests
    • 8-5 Using Digests
    • 8-6 Lexis Advance, Westlaw, Bloomberg Law, and Digests
    • Lexis Advance
    • Westlaw
    • Bloomberg Law
    • The Bluebook—Rule 15
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions for Review
    • Can you Figure it out?
    • Test Yourself (Check Your Answers in Appendix G )
    • Test Yourself—Write it Right Topic Sentences
    • Now, You Try It
    • Summary of Argument
    • Citation Exercises
    • From The Writer’s Corner Use the active voice
    • Assignments and Activities
    • Research Exercises
    • Analysis Assignments
    • Online Research Exercises

Chapter Nine Validating your Research: Using Shepard’s, Keycite, and other Citators

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives for Chapter 9
    • 9-1 Introduction to Citators
    • 9-2 Shepard’s Citations
    • Shepard’s Case Citators in Print
    • Analyzing Information
    • Abbreviations
    • Headnotes
    • Updating
    • Shepard’s Statutory Citators in Print
    • Shepard’s Citators on Lexis Advance
    • 9-3 Keycite
    • 9-4 Bcite
    • 9-5 Cite Checking a Document
    • The Bluebook—RULE 1.2
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions for Review
    • Can you Figure it out?
    • Test Yourself (Check Your Answers in Appendix G )
    • Test Yourself—Write It Right Turning Facts into a Statement of Facts
    • Now, You Try It (Check your answers in Appendix G )
    • Citation Exercises
    • From The Writer’s Corner Placement of Words in a Sentence
    • Assignments and Activities
    • Research Exercises
    • Analysis Assignments
    • Online Research Exercises

Chapter Ten Introduction to Lexis Advance, Westlaw, and Bloomberg Law

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives for Chapter 10
    • 10-1 Introduction
    • 10-2 Preparing to Search
    • 10-3 Full-Text Searching on Lexis Advance and Westlaw
    • Natural Language/Keyword Searching
    • Terms and Connectors (Boolean Searching)
    • 10-4 Lexis Advance Sources
    • 10-5 Searching and Retrieving Documents on Lexis Advance
    • Searching on Lexis Advance
    • Retrieving Documents by Hyperlinking
    • Retrieving Documents Using Tables of Contents
    • Other Features of Lexis Advance
    • Star Pagination
    • Copy Citation
    • Folders
    • History
    • Mobile Apps
    • 10-6 Westlaw Databases
    • 10-7 Searching and Retrieving Documents on Westlaw
    • Searching on Westlaw
    • Other Features of Westlaw
    • Indexes and Tables
    • Key Number Searching
    • KeyCite
    • Star Pagination
    • Folders
    • History
    • Copy with Cite
    • Tutorial information
    • 10-8 Search Possibilities and Problems with Lexis Advance and Westlaw
    • 10-9 Bloomberg Law
    • The Bluebook—Rule 18
    • The Internet, Electronic Media, and Other Nonprint Resources
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions for Review
    • Can you Figure it Out?
    • Test Yourself (Check Your Answers in Appendix G )
    • Test Yourself—Write it Right Persuasive Fact Patterns
    • Statement of Facts
    • Citation Exercises
    • From the Writer’S corner Dashes, Commas, and Parentheses
    • Assignments and Activities
    • Research Exercises
    • Analysis Assignments

Chapter Eleven Computer-Assisted Legal Research (CALR): The Freely Accessible internet

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives for Chapter 11
    • 11-1 Internet Legal Research
    • 11-2 Searching Online Legal Websites
    • Search Features
    • 11-3 Government Websites (.GOV)
    • 11-4 Law School Websites (.EDU)
    • 11-5 Commercial Websites (.COM)
    • 11-6 Organizational Websites (.ORG)
    • 11-7 Legal Blogs
    • 11-8 Evaluating Search Results
    • 11-9 Intranets
    • The Bluebook—RULE18
    • The Internet, Electronic Media, and Other Nonprint Resources
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions For Review
    • Can you Figure it Out?
    • Test Yourself (Check Your Answers in Appendix G )
    • Test Yourself—Write it Right How to State a Simple Legal Issue
    • Now, You Try It (Check your answers in Appendix G )
    • Citation Exercises
    • From the Writer’s Corner Working Words and Noise Words
    • Assignments and Activities
    • Analysis Assignment
    • Online Research Exercises

Chapter Twelve Basic Legal Writing Skills

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives for Chapter 12
    • 12-1 Outline your Document Before you Write
    • 12-2 Basic Considerations
    • Use Topic Sentences
    • Use Active Voice
    • Avoid Noise Words
    • Use Front-Loaded Sentences
    • 12-3 Keep Legal Writing Simple
    • Use Short Sentences
    • Avoid Unnecessary Words
    • Use Specific, Concrete Terms
    • 12-4 Sentences
    • The Role of Topic Sentences
    • 12-5 Paragraphs in General
    • Construction of a Well-Written Paragraph
    • 12-6 The Thesis Paragraph
    • How to Arrange a Thesis Paragraph
    • 12-7 Overview of Predictive Writing
    • Facts
    • Questions Presented
    • Brief Answer
    • Discussion
    • 12-8 Overview of Persuasive Writing
    • 12-9 Initial Considerations After Completion of the Research
    • 12-10 Overview of a Legal Research and Writing Project
    • 12-11 Overview of the Editing and Revision Process
    • The Bluebook—Rule 5.3
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions For Review
    • Test Yourself (Check Your Answers in Appendix G )
    • Test Yourself—Write it Right Turning Issues into Point Headings for a Predictive Document
    • Now, You Try It (Check your answers in Appendix G )
    • Citation Exercises
    • From the Writer’s Corner Edit for Needless Words
    • Assignments and Exercises
    • Analysis and Writing Assignments
    • Online Research Exercises

Chapter Thirteen The Memorandum of Law: Predictive Legal Writing

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives for Chapter 13
    • 13-1 Introduction
    • 13-2 Memorandum of Law
    • 13-3 Format for a Memorandum of Law
    • Facts
    • Issue(s)
    • Discussion
    • Conclusion
    • 13-4 Preparing to Write the Memorandum of Law
    • Parties
    • Issues
    • Discussion
    • Organizing a Memorandum
    • Situations Controlled by Statutory Law
    • Situations Controlled by Case Law
    • 13-5 Writing the Memorandum of Law
    • Statement of Facts
    • Issue Statement
    • Discussion
    • Issue
    • Stating the Rule of Law
    • Analysis
    • Conclusion
    • Citing Authorities
    • Format
    • Using Id. and Supra
    • Using Quotations
    • Conclusion
    • The Bluebook—RULE 4
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions for Review
    • Test Yourself (Check Your Answers in Appendix G )
    • Test Yourself—Write it Right Rule Explanation Paragraphs
    • Now, You Try It (Check your answers in Appendix G)
    • Citation Exercises
    • From The Writer’s Corner Headings in an Internal Memorandum (the Predictive Memorandum)
    • Assignments and Exercises
    • Analysis and Writing Exercises
    • Online Research Exercises

Chapter Fourteen Writing to the Court: Persuasive Writing

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives for Chapter 14
    • 14-1 Introduction
    • 14-2 Rules of Court
    • 14-3 Common Features
    • Case Caption
    • Table of Contents
    • Table of Authorities
    • Constitutional Provisions and Statutes
    • Case Law
    • Miscellaneous Sources
    • Statement of Facts
    • Argument
    • Conclusion
    • Statement of Issue(s) or Question(s) Presented
    • Summary of Argument
    • Argument
    • Conclusion
    • Signature
    • 14-4 Persuasion
    • 14-5 Memorandum of Points and Authorities
    • 14-6 Declarations
    • 14-7 Trial and Arbitration Briefs
    • 14-8 Appellate Briefs
    • 14-9 Role of the Research Associate
    • The Bluebook—Rule B17.1.2 (From the Bluepages) and Rule 4
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions For Review
    • Test Yourself (Check Your Answers in Appendix G )
    • Test Yourself—Write it Right Rule Application Paragraphs
    • Now, You Try It (Check your answers in Appendix G)
    • From the Writer’s Corner (Point Headings in a Legal Argument Must Make Points)
    • Citation Exercises
    • Assignments and Exercises
    • Analysis and Writing Exercises

Chapter Fifteen Motion Practice: Research and Writing Issues

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives for Chapter 15
    • 15-1 Introduction
    • 15-2 Nature and Purpose of Motions
    • General Purpose of a Motion
    • General Motion Procedure
    • Motions Made in Civil Cases
    • Motions Regarding the Pleadings
    • Discovery Motions
    • Summary Judgment Motions
    • Motion for Judgment as a Matter of Law
    • Motion for a New Trial
    • Motion for Relief from Judgment or Order
    • Motions Made in Criminal Cases
    • Motion for Change of Venue
    • Motion to Suppress Evidence
    • Discovery Motions
    • Motion to Dismiss
    • Motion for Judgment of Acquittal
    • Motion for New Trial
    • 15-3 Research Issues in Motion Practice
    • Identifying the Basis or Grounds for Granting the Motion
    • Motions for a Judgment
    • Researching Procedural Issues for a Motion
    • Inconsistent Local Rules of Court
    • 15-4 Writing Issues in Motion Practice
    • The Memorandum of Points and Authorities
    • Rules of Court
    • Affidavits, Declarations, and the Statement of Facts
    • Other Supporting Documents
    • Using Forms
    • 15-5 The Internet and Motion Practice
    • The Bluebook—Rule B17 and Table BT1
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions for Review
    • Can You Figure It Out?
    • Test Yourself (Check Your Answers in Appendix G)
    • Test Yourself—Write It Right Effective Use of Point Headings
    • Now, You Try It:
    • Citation Exercises
    • From the Writer’s Corner The Exclamation Mark
    • Assignments and Exercises
    • Research Exercises
    • Online Research
    • Writing Exercises
    • Analysis Assignments

Chapter Sixteen Legal Correspondence

    • Chapter Outline
    • Skill Objectives for Chapter 16
    • 16-1 Introduction
    • 16-2 Business Letter Format
    • Letterhead and Date
    • Special Mailing or Delivery Methods
    • Inside Address and Reference Line
    • Salutation
    • Body
    • Closing and Signature Block
    • Closing Notations
    • 16-3 General Correspondence
    • Confirmation Letters
    • Appointment Letters
    • Cover or Transmittal Letters
    • Information Letters
    • 16-4 Case Summaries
    • 16-5 Opinion Letter
    • Tone
    • Fact Statement
    • Analysis
    • Conclusion
    • 16-6 Demand Letter
    • Tone
    • Fact Statement
    • Analysis
    • Damages and Injuries
    • The Demand or Offer to Settle
    • 16-7 Fax and E-Mail
    • The Bluebook—Rule 5.2
    • Chapter Summary
    • Terms to Remember
    • Questions For Review
    • Test Yourself—Writing it Right Turning Issues into Major Point Headings
    • Now, You Try It (Check your answers in Appendix G)
    • Citation Exercises
    • From The Writer’s Corner Keep Things Simple
    • Assignments and Exercises
    • Analysis and Writing Exercises
    • Online Research Exercises

Appendix A Research Case Files

Appendix B Research and Writing Problems Based on Short Stated Fact Patterns

    • Problem 1 People v. Baxter
    • Problem 2 Flowers v. Mitchells
    • Problem 3 Anystate v. Sutter
    • Problem 4 Drummond v. Jergins
    • Problem 5 Matter of Estate of Starr
    • Problem 6 Owens v. Adams
    • Problem 7 People v. Barker
    • Problem 8 Su v. KILR
    • Problem 9 Facts and Law Provided

Appendix C Legal Citation

    • Contents:
    • I. Basic Index to the Twentieth Edition of The Bluebook
    • II. Basic Citation Reference Guide
    • A. Case Law
    • United States Supreme Court Case Law
    • State Case Law
    • B. United States Constitution
    • C. United States Code (STATUTES)
    • D. Federal Rules of Court
    • E. State Codes (Statutes)
    • F. Internet Sources, Electronic Media, and Other Non-Print Sources
    • G. Secondary Resources
    • Books, Periodical Materials, and Other Secondary Sources
    • H. Short Citation Format
    • Short Forms in Court Documents and Legal Memoranda
    • I. Pinpoint Citations
    • J. Quotations
    • K. Signals
    • Introductory Signals
    • L. The Ellipsis (Omissions)

Appendix D Research Strategies: an Overview

    • Create the Vocabulary List
    • Formulate the Issue
    • Use the Legal Dictionary and Thesaurus
    • Create a Research Plan Before Going to the Law Library
    • Take Your Research Terms/ Vocabulary to the Indexes
    • Step One
    • Step Two
    • Effective Use of the Index Volumes
    • When to Begin the Research in Primary Sources
    • When to Begin Research in Secondary Sources
    • Take Notes When Working With Printed Materials
    • Take notes When Working With Printed Materials
    • Take Notes and Record Results When Working With Online or Cd-Rom Materials
    • Organization of Photocopied or Downloaded Materials
    • Organization of Materials

Appendix E Case Briefing Practice

 

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