Continue working on the argument section of the Trial Brief. During Part 2 of the argument section, you will focus on alimony and equitable distribution, such as assets, liabilities, exclusive use and possession of the marital home, and attorneyâ€™s fees.
In the discussion of your legal authority, make sure the favorable cases stand out and discuss how they apply to your clientâ€™s case. You also should include the unfavorable cases showing why they are different and how they should not apply to your clientâ€™s case.
Do not just summarize your cases. Using the IRAC approach, analyze and apply them to your clientâ€™s case so the judge will see how the cases should be used to rule in your clientâ€™s favor.
Additionally, remember to use the feedback you received on your previous submission; spend time making improvements to your overall course project.
You will divide your argument into sections.
Each section must have its own header.
You can use Roman numerals or other identifying numbering.
You may center the header on the page or left justify it.
The Trial Brief is a persuasive document; attempt to make even your headers persuasive.
If you need to, you can also use subheadings; these usually use capital letters of the alphabet for identification.
Your citations should also appear in the body of the Trial Brief, using The Bluebook method of citation.
Never use first person when writing.
Focus on the parties, referring to them by name or using their titles, such as husband or wife.
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