Learning Goal: I’m working on a law question and need guidance to help me learn.I am attaching the questions and articles relating to it. Question one: ‘Where
the no-conflict or the no-profit rules have been breached, liability
should be strict. The ‘equitable allowance’ in Boardman v Phipps  2
AC 46, which has been described as being ‘liberal’, only serves to
weaken the purpose of these rules. ‘Critically discuss this statement. Notes to writer: Case
laws should be discussed here. Most of the cases needed to be mentioned
is in the lecture notes (check part four of the notes) Attaching
lectures note for references.Question Two: ‘The dehors-the-will-theory adequately explains why Equity continues to recognise and enforce secret trusts.’Critically discuss this statement.Notes to writer in regards to question two:The
description of the rules and the background of secret trust – including
the differences of half secret trust and full secret trust should be
minimal. The Wills Act is not in accordance should be briefly mentioned.
The answer should briefly outline the dehors-the-will-theory and the
fraud theory (the definition and differences). Further, the answer
should mainly focus on the academic discussion and judges quotes in
cases. The lecture notes will be attached here.General notes to the writer: The essay is best if it is inclusive of arguments and analysis of it. Description of the general law should be very minimal. The word count is 1000 words for each essay.
Reflect on and respond to the following questions in a 400-500 word reflective/essay format [one essay in total]:
(1) What issue or challenge facing people who are “connected” to the criminal justice system stood out or resonated most with you? Why?
When responding to this question consider people who are incarcerated yet not convicted, those individual with mental health and/or medical issues, young people, children of incarcerated parents, the elderly, the LGBTQ population, and others.
(2) What does our treatment of people connected to the criminal justice system say about who we are as a nation? Include your word count.
Clarifying follow-up questions to help guide your response: How do you imagine other countries perceive us? What does our treatment of people connected to the criminal justice system say about our perceived values and morals? What does this all mean for residents of the U.S., specifically Black and Brown people?
(3) What information or advice would you share with a person returning to the community after spending 10 years incarcerated in a NY State Prison? What challenges should they expect to face? Who should they rely on to provide them with the necessary financial and emotional support?
Discuss the differences between civil and criminal law. What do you consider the major differences to be?
Your initial response should be 100-200 words in length, reflecting on the prompt above.
You should submit your initial posting by Thursday evening at 11:59pm.
Reply to at least two classmates’ posts. Your response to your classmate’s discussion should be around 50 words (each) and add to the discussion (i.e. reflecting on their response, asking questions, etc.).
Presentation 1.1 and the textbook present several examples of law enforcement and other bodies manipulating and/or misrepresenting crime data and other types of data to the public. For this assignment, research and identify a case study of crime data manipulation by law enforcement or political actors.
This assignment will be a maximum of three double-spaced pages with standard fonts and margins. With so many types of agencies and professions represented in this program, there is no one structural model for the assignment format. Rather, choose the format (traditional academic essay, formal report, memo, etc.) that is the best fit for your current profession. Your work will be graded on organization, content, evidence and argumentation regardless of format, and your paper should be professionally written.
The three-page assignment will be divided into the following two sections.
Summarize the case study in a meaningful and succinct way (one page maximum).
Analyze how the crime data that was presented was misleading, incomplete, or manipulated. What are the “real” numbers, and how might the “real” numbers have been communicated accurately? What was or might have been the motivation for the data manipulation or misrepresentation? Lastly, what can law enforcement leaders learn from this case study? (two pages maximum)
Must refrence this book and the attached articles: The Mismeasure of Crime chapter one
Chapter 1: Introduction: The Pervasiveness (and Limitations) of Measurement
Clayton J. Mosher
Terance D. Miethe
Timothy C. Hart
In:The Mismeasure of Crime
To prepare for this assessment, use the Capella library and the Internet to research employment law, both from a historical perspective and in the present day. Focus your research on laws that have impacted today’s workplace.
Then, write a 2–3 page summary of your research into employment law. Complete the following:
Summarize two of the laws that you feel have the greatest impact in the workplace today, and provide a rationale to support your point of view.
Discuss two employment-related topic areas in which you believe the laws will change or evolve in the next 10 years.
Describe any trends or historical perspectives that support your position regarding the laws that will change or evolve in the next 10 years.
Grading rubric details:
Summarizes the current legislation regarding workers’ rights, and provides supporting examples.
Evaluates any trends or historical perspectives that foreshadow probable change.
Anticipates future changes in the law, and provides supporting examples.
Analyzes the reasons why the law can be expected to evolve, and provides supporting examples.
Analyzes current employment laws affecting the workplace and provides supporting examples.
– I need references from highly cited papers from Ivy League Universities
-references should preferably latest
= Paper should also mention existing legal protections, ethical/soft law protections, international conventions/agreements,
– Paper should mention the impact of AI and Big Data Laws on Food Security and thereby the Sustainable Development Goals
Ten Pages in length, double-spaced.
Proper citations (Bluebook (legal) format)
Footnotes (not endnotes or bibliography)
The paper should be 10 pages in length, double-spaced, 12 point font. Of course, you must give proper credit to any reference material used. Footnotes should be used and should be contained within the body of the paper (at bottom of each page) rather than a works-cited page at the end of the paper.
What The Research Paper is Not: Every once in a while students approach the paper as a case summary and not a research paper. Summarizing, for example, a case pending before the U.S. Supreme Court is a case brief. That’s different than writing a research paper.
I do not have the template for this assignment yet, but when I get it, I will attach it and notify the writer. Nothing to do until I get that template.
Please see the attachments for instructions and reading materials
Here are some links you might need:
•Uniform commercial code. (n.d.). Uniform Law Commission.
•What are the different types of contracts?. (n.d.). upcounsel.
•Lambert v. Don Barron Contractor Inc. (2008, January 9). FindLaw.
•Mehren, A. (n.d.) Contract law. Encyclopoedia Britannica
•Contract Law (Intro)
This short paper assignment is a way for you to become familiar with conducting legal research and formulating an argument in preparation for your final legal research paper. Select from one of the topics presented above.Your paper must be 4-5 pages long (excluding the cover page and references), written in APA style format. Your paper should have an introduction with a thesis statement, a body explaining your legal argument and research to support that argument, and a conclusion summarizing the points made and a final statement regarding the legal question and argument. The paper must be written in 3rd person (DO NOT use I, me, or you). This IS NOT an opinion paper. This paper is a presentation of a legal argument supported by legal research. As with any assignment, if you directly quote or paraphrase any sources, you MUST cite your sources. Failure to do so will constitute plagiarism and result in either a deduction of points or a failing grade for this assignment, to be decided at the discretion of the instructor. I encourage you to visit the writing center to ensure that you do quote correctly according to APA style and to receive help in writing your paper to ensure that it is grammatically correct, cohesive and coherent. If you are unsure about APA style please refer to the library’s website or Purdue Owl. I strongly advise against relying on citation machines that will automatically crank out citations for you as they are not always accurate don’t take into consideration the different format for case citations and law review articles. You are required to use at least 3 cases and 3 law review articles using NexisUni; however, you are not limited to only those sources. These are only the minimum requirements. Your thesis statement should be response to the topic chosen and will set the tone of your paper. It should be the foundation for the body of your paper. Your grade for this assignment will be based on the demonstration of your knowledge about the relevant areas of law as well as your ability to conduct legal research and to construct a legal argument.
Draft an office memorandum
Please see the attachments for instructions and reading materials
Here are some links you might need:
-Smentowksi, B. (n.d.) Supreme Court of the United States. Encyclopoedia Britannica.
-What is Mediation? (Alternative Dispute Resolution)
-Writing a Clear Business Memo
-Legal System Basics: Crash Course Government and Politics #18
-How courts work: Steps in a trial: Pleadings. (2019, September 9). American Bar Association.
-How courts work: Steps in a trial: Motions. (2019, September 9). American Bar Association.
-How courts work: Steps in a trial: Discovery. (2019, September 9). American Bar Association.
-Memos: General introduction. (n.d.). Purdue Online Writing Lab.
-Melamed, J. (2013, December). So, you want to be a mediator?. Mediate.