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Unformatted text preview: ngs. Remember, it is your job not only to outline the persuasive elements of the opinion but also to assess the strengths and weaknesses of these elements. This analysis will have 3 subheadings Speaker/Ethos, Audience/Pathos, and Message/Logos. Under each subheadings you should identify the rhetorical situation, and then discuss the persuasive value of each appeal. Before the first subheading, you should write a short introduction paragraph outlining the main arguments of your analysis. Rhetorical analyses should be between 350 and 500 words. Please do not go above or below the length requirements. Please see the U1F2 rubric for more details. Unit Project: Cases in point (Group, 50%) Legal writing expert Ruth McKinney explains in Writing Like a Lawyer that, a case brief is "a tool that law students, law professors, and lawyers can use to help organize the information presented in legal opinions in a way that makes that information manageable and easy to retrieve."*...
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