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Topic: Grutter v Bollinger -(THANKS FOR THE SAVE)
> 0 REFERENCES-USE THE SUPREME COURT DECISION
> P‌‌‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‌‌‍‍‌art of my grading process for your brief is
> determined by the length and complexity of the case you are briefing.
> So, if you select a long case or a complex case, I factor this into
> your grade. What this means is that a good (but not excellent) brief
> for a long or complex case gets a very high grade (A). On the other
> hand a good (but not excellent) brief for a short and easy case only
> gets a high grade (B). The purpose of this learning activity is to
> provide you with an opportunity to closely study, analyze, and then
> explain an appellate court’s judicial decision to the class. The brief
> MUST be organized in the following manner: o Title: State the title of
> the case. o Parties: State the names of the plaintiff(s) and the
> defendant(s). Briefly explain their role in the litigation. o Court:
> Identify the court rendering the decision. o Procedural posture:
> Explain how the case came to the court rendering the decision. o
> Facts: State the facts of the case as provided in the court’s opinion.
> o Issue: State the issue or ‌‌‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‌‌‍‍‌issues addressed in the
> opinion. The issues must be presented in the form of a question. The
> question needs to focus on a legal issue (e.g., the plaintiff’s legal
> right, the defendant’s legal duty, etc.) o Holding: State the court’s
> answers to the issues. The holdings should be presented in one or two
> sentences. The holding needs to start out by offering a Yes or No
> answer to the question posed in the issue. o Rationale: Explain the
> court’s reasoning in support of its holdings. The court’s reasoning is
> presented in the majority opinion and it provides the argument the
> judges/justices used to come to their conclusion. o Dissenting and
> Concurring Opinions: Briefly explain any dissenting or concurring
> opinions. o Educational, Ethical, and Social Implications: Please
> describe one or two major educational, ethical, and/or social
> implications that you see emerging from the case and relevant to
> professionals working in postsecondary education. Emphasis should be
> given to implications for student affairs and
> hi‌‌‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‌‌‍‍‌gher education.

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