Williams v. Spitzer Autoworld Canton, L.L.C.

Williams v. Spitzer Autoworld Canton, L.L.C.

See appendix A1 in text.  and briefing a case in the attachments.

Using the above  procedure, brief the case on a page of the text to be assigned, and post

it in the assignment folder in an attachment, entitled Brief Project

Brief all issues in the case not just main issue. 

Use the format in the first file, you are not limited as to the number of words, but

the brief should not be more than two pages.

Brief is worth 10pts  or 10% of the course grade.

Put in assignment folder under Brief Project. Value is 10 points or 10 % of course grade.

Analysis of the Problem – The answer should demonstrate your ability to analyze the

question and correctly identify the issues of law presented. The answer should

demonstrate your ability to articulate, classify and answer the problem presented. A broad

general statement of law indicates an inability to single out a legal issue and apply the law

to its solution. 

 Knowledge of the Law – The answer should demonstrate your knowledge of legal rules and

principles and your ability to state them accurately on the examination as they relate to

the issue presented by the question. The legal principles and rules governing the issues

presented by the question should be stated concisely and succinctly without undue


  Application and Reasoning – The answer should demonstrate your capacity to reason

logically by applying the appropriate rule or principle of law to the facts of the question as

a step in reaching a conclusion. This involves making a correct preliminary determination as

to which of the facts given in the question are legally important and which, if any, are

legally irrelevant insofar as the applicable rule or principle is concerned. The line of

reasoning adopted by you should be clear and consistent, without gaps or digressions.

  Style – The answer should be written in a clear, concise expository style with attention to

organization and conformity with grammatical rules.

 o Conclusion – If the question calls for a specific conclusion or result, the conclusion

should clearly appear at the end of the answer, stated concisely without undue elaboration

or equivocation. An answer which consists entirely of conclusions, unsupported by

statements or discussion of the rules or reasoning on which they are based, is entitled to

little credit. 

  Suggestions Do not anticipate trick questions or attempt to read in hidden meanings or

facts not clearly expressed by the questions. Read and analyze the question carefully

before commencing your answer. Think through to your conclusion before writing your

opinion. Avoid answers setting forth extensive discussions of the law involved or the

historical basis for the law. When the question is sufficiently answered, stop.


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