This is a law school research paper. advance writing. sources should include case law and law review article amongst other.s
freedom of the press vs the presumption of innocence. I want this paper to talk about the modern press and how it delivers the news both in written and in
televised form have shifted the burden from the government to the accuse. I was a brief history of the freedom of the press then
Argument #1 i was to dive into how it affects how it affects different socioeconomic backgrounds and how the notion of fairness plays a part.
Argument #2. Independent journalism and ethical guidelines.Knowledge:The paper demonstrates that the author understands and has applied legal
concepts and theories learned in the course or through research. The writer provides concluding remarks that show their own perspective, analysis and
synthesis of ideas.
argument #3. innovative ways of dealing with the issue.
then just make any appropriate arguments to support overall thesis.
The paper demonstrates that the author understands and has applied legal concepts and theories learned in the course or through research. The writer
provides concluding remarks that show their own perspective, analysis and synthesis of ideas.
topic focus: The topic is focused narrowly enough for the scope of this assignment. A thesis statement provides direction for the paper.
A clear road map guides the reader from the outset.
Depth of Discussion: In-depth discussion & elaboration in all sections of the paper
Ties together information from all sources. Paper flows well from paragraph to paragraph, and from section to section. Author’s writing demonstrates an
understanding of the relationship among material obtained from all sources.
Paper is 20-25 pages, double spaced, footnotes included. No unusual margins, fonts, or spacing.
The document has been carefully edited: no typos, uniform fonts, heading, spacing and margins. Pages are numbered
More than 5 sources, of which at least 3 are law review articles, Supreme Court cases, or scholarly books. All web sites utilized to support an argument are
authoritative. (Nonauthoritative web sites can be cited or used but do not count as source).
Cites all data obtained from other sources. All footnotes follow Bluebook citation style.