THIS IS A DISCUSSION ASSIGNMENT, PLEASE ADVISE ME OF THE PRICE, AND I NEED BY FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 PLEASE.

THIS IS A DISCUSSION ASSIGNMENT, PLEASE ADVISE ME OF THE PRICE, AND I NEED BY FRIDAY OCTOBER 2 PLEASE.

Case Brief and AnalysisThe term “case law” refers to the decisions of courts in certain cases that create newinterpretations of the law. These interpretations establish case law “precedents” thatbecome part of case law and may then be cited as a part of the argumentation in latercases. Ultimately, cases may gain or lose precedential influence, depending onsubsequent judicial findings. For example, theRoe v. Wadecase undeniably has theforce of law behind it, as it is almost impossible for any legal debate on abortion to takeplace outside its influence. TheRoev. Wadecase also has had a long progeny eventhough some justices suggest that it was incorrectly decided and should not have theforce of law. In this Discussion, you analyze a case of your choice and reflect onwhether you agree or disagree with its resolution and outcomes.To prepare for this Discussion:Review the article, “A Guide toLegal Case Briefs.” Focus on theessential components of the brieftechnique. Pay attention to the fullschematic for how to approach acase.Select a case on theSupremeCourt “OpinionsWeb page.Think about the legal issue inthe case you selected and howthe court resolved the issue.Consider the process by whichthe case was resolved and theoutcomes of the case.Consider how you would briefthe case into its constituentparts: the facts, the legalissues in need of resolution,the courts decision or holding,
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the legal rationale, andquestions or issues that arenot yet resolved.Based on what you havelearned through the course,refect on whether you agreewith the process by which thecase was resolved and theoutcomes oF the case.Post by Day 3an analysis of the case you selected. In your analysis, be sure to includeabriefsummary of the facts; the legal issues in need of resolution; the court’s decisionor holding; the legal rationale; and unresolved questions or issues. Then explainwhether you agree with the process by which the case was resolved and the outcomesof the case. Be specific.Be sure to support your postings and responses with specifc reFerences tothe LearningResources.Litigation TrendsOne of the strongest skills a litigator, judge, or other legal professional may hold is thepower to anticipate in which direction the law is headed. Case law is not a fixeddiscipline, but rather, case law is subject to evolving social, political, and economicconditions. Case law is adaptive and flexible enough to adjust when corrections areneeded. Consider early slavery cases. For nearly 70 years, case law remainedstubbornly fixed on supporting slavery, but despite this firmness, subsequent casesfinally adjusted to societal pressures and outlawed slavery. Now, consider the casesheard today. Who would have anticipated a hundred years ago the concept of electroniccommerce litigation or cases of discrimination based on sexual orientation or same-sexmarriage? But today, these types of cases are commonplace.Anticipating where litigation is going can be described as a sort of “ preventivemedicine.” For example, if you predict that there will be an increase in medicalmalpractice cases, you may be able to thwart future claims and prevent unnecessaryeconomic hardship to the healthcare industry and the insured.To prepare for this Discussion:
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