Final Exam Strategy - Final Examination In this lecture...

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Final Examination In this lecture hall Bring your own blue books No course materials, notes allowed 22.5% of your grade What you are responsible for knowing: * lecture contents * main ideas, arguments of readings * main findings of legal cases listed on study guide Study Guide to be Posted on Course Website
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See “Announcements” Format of Final Examination 4 short answer (1 paragraph) questions on legal cases, factual issues all short answer questions must be answered 3 essay questions considering philosophical principles, arguments and applying them to cases you will have a choice among the essay questions
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How to Answer a Short Answer Question: Example 1: What is the main finding, justification, and significance of Griswold v. Connecticut ? Finding: married couples have a Constitutional right to buy, use contraceptives Basis: found in 1 st , 3 rd , 4 th , 5 th , 9 th Amendments (explain briefly) Significance: first Supreme Court case asserting a general right to privacy, served as
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