Spring Class Two. Reviewing Prior Memo. Class Agenda. Issues with the prior paper and grades Paragraphing Issues Analysis Exercise. Title in “Re” line.
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Reviewing Prior Memo
Re line should include enough information that it will distinguish the memo from others in the file. It does not have to be a complete sentence. Not too vague, but not a paragraph.
Begin by answering three questions :
Who is your client?
What is his problem?
What have your been asked to do?
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First, consider the facts of the present case and the holding in the precedent to determine what is the legal issue
Second, look at Mallory’s bar to define the general standard the court will apply
Third, present the application of the standard in Mallory’s bar as an example of how the standard will be applied in the present case
Fourth, analyze how the court will likely hold in the present case in light of what has been held in the precedent
Fifth, clearly state your conclusion on that sub-issue
In the present case, Joe, the bartender, remembered that Art was high after two drinks and then served him one more. Since Joe served an additional drink to a person he knew was high, Joe’s Bar is guilty. The rule only requires that the defendant serve additional alcohol; it does not specify a quantity. Thus, Joe’s Bar is liable.