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1. Case names may be either italicized or underscored. (Points

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Case names may be either italicized or underscored.

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The audience for the trial brief is the judge assigned to the case.

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All law firms require the inclusion of a Recommendations section as part of the basic format of an office memo.

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An office legal memorandum provides legal arguments that support the client’s case and is not meant to be an objective analysis of a legal problem.

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Some writers underemphasize the facts section of an office memorandum of law because they fail to understand the importance of the facts.

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The Bluebook rules governing citations to evidentiary and procedural rules differ from the ALWD rules.

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Misidentifying the issue can result in a waste of time during the research phase of preparing a memorandum of law.

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Most attorneys prefer that his or her legal assistant or paralegal seek clarification rather than misunderstand a research assignment.

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There is only one standard form for an office memorandum of law.

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10. The Bluebook is not designed as a teaching tool and many students find it difficult to use. (Points : 4)
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In the analysis section of the office memorandum of law, you must include a discussion of how the law applies to the issue(s) and facts of the client’s case.

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Trial courts usually do not have local rules that govern trial briefs relating to areas such as format and style.

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Once the full citation to an authority is presented in a document, subsequent citations to the authority may not be shortened.

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Id. and Supra are the same and can be used interchangeably.

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The fact section of the office memorandum should simply repeat the facts included in the memo assignment.

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The analysis section is the part of the memo where the law is presented, analyzed and applied to the issue(s).

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When presenting the rule of law in an office legal memorandum you should include the entire rule of law even though it is very lengthy and some parts do not apply to the issue being addressed.

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Rebuttal of counter analysis is never required in an office legal memorandum of law.

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Whereas an office memorandum of law is designed to objectively inform, a court brief is designed to convince.

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In a court brief the law component of the issue is stated objectively, while in an office memorandum the law is presented persuasively.

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In the statement of facts section of a court brief you should use short sentences to emphasize favorable information and long sentences to de-emphasize unfavorable information.

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The argument section is the heart of the court brief.

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23. Trial judges never require attorneys in a case to submit a memorandum of law during the process of ruling on a motion. (Points : 4)
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The person who appeals a decision of a lower court is called the appellant.

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The format of an appellate brief does not vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.

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