A legal perspective
1. Each week students will be responsible for briefing legal cases. As with every other
assignment, this work must be completely the student’s own.
2. To properly brief a case the student should first read the case in its entirety. Then,
re-read the case during which the student (in his/her own words) summarize the facts of
the case. After the factual summary, each student is expected to summarize the issue of
the case (namely, what does the case stand for from a legal perspective). Finally, each
student will be asked to render the disposition of the case (namely, how did the court rule
3. As an additional part of the case brief assignments each student will need to provide a
personal opinion on each case by answering these questions:
Do you agree with the court’s decision? If so, why?
Do you disagree with the court’s decision? If so, why?
4. For practical purposes, students should keep briefs and opinions of the briefs to no more
than two pages in length.
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