Computers in the Law Office Assignment

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Final Project Due Wednesday, December 7, 2016 Case Summary Prepare a three (3) page (minimum) case summary of two (2) cases (minimum) which support the type of case you choose to represent in your final project. The summary must also include one (1) case which may hurt the type of case you choose to represent in your final project. NOTE – a minimum of tree (3) cases will be cited in your memorandum. Case Summary must also include at least two (2) statutory references. Case summaries will be prepared as a memorandum to a supervising attorney (not the instructor.) Formatting must include the following elements: Font: Arial or Times New Roman 12 Line Spacing: 1.5 Margins: 1 inch all sides Memo Header: Same Font as Body in Bold Type Properly Formatted Case Citations Properly Formatted Statutory Citations Numbering: All pages except first page of memorandumTrial Graphics Prepare and submit two (2) trial graphics which support the case you developed through the fact chronology and histogram. The first graphic will be created using MS PowerPoint (eight [8] slides minimum). The second graphic will be created using your choice of the CaseMap Histogram feature; TimeMap; MS Excel Chart; Students may choose to develop graphics in a program of choice. Trial graphics will be printed for your portfolio and submitted via the P:/ shared folder. Email Memo Prepare a three (3) paragraph memo status report for the case you are using as your final project. Memo must contain one statutory reference and one case reference (Yes - you may reference a caseused in your case summary.) Email must be prepared as a memo to your client, with a clear subject line. Formatting must include the following elements: Clear Subject line as follows: PLS 260 Fall 2016 – Final Project 1 | P a g e

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