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To: JOMC 340 students From: Dr. Packer Re: Preparation for your first exam 12:30-2:30 388 Carroll Hall night before exam before 9 p.m. Below I have pasted two legal hypothetical from exams I have given in the past. An excellent way to prepare for next week’s exam is to work through these two questions before class on Tuesday. We’ll discuss them in class, at least briefly. (We’ll see how much time we have.) Also, be aware that I have told you three topics we did not discuss in class but to which you should pay special attention in your textbooks. Those topics are 1) the varying levels of First Amendment protection for different categories of individuals, 2) the federal Freedom of Information Act, and 3) trademark law. EXAM 25 multiple choice, 2 short answer (sentence or two), 2 legal hypothetical These are the sample questions: Show how you reach conclusion 1. Identify the area of law – state or federal records 2. What are the relevant legal rules? Specifics 3. Where rules come from? Precedent? 4. Apply the rules to facts of the case – talk about facts of case, make sure you think clearly
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