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Question 95 / 5 pointsWhat do you need to know to fully understand the issue to be researched with legal research? Question options:a) The factsb) The name of the clientc) The jurisdiction
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d) The name of the opposing party Question 105 / 5 pointsA federal bankruptcy law enacted by Congress is considered what type of law? Question 115 / 5 pointsWhat type of jurisdiction is the authority of the federal courts to hear a case under a claim arising from the US Constitution or federal statute? Question 125 / 5 pointsIn the federal court system, which court is the intermediate appellate court?
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Question 135 / 5 pointsIf questions arise as you research your issue, what should you do? Question options:a) Talk with the attorneyb) Go the law libraryc) Call the client without permission of the attorneyd) Run a search on Westlaw
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  • Summer '17
  • Law, Supreme Court of the United States, United States Supreme Court, United States federal courts

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