Topic: Policy analysis paper: on a current legislation


The attachment should Aly out the paper. If there are any questions please feel free to ask and I will email my teacher.

This is a lot of my grade and I can have get an A on it. Thank you
Please make sure it is all original I cannot have anything come up when I turn it in.

Therefore the word count is as follows: Introduction – 500 words Analysis – 2300 words Conclusion – 350 words Recommendations – 450 words Please see the Assignment 2 Brief pictures I just uploaded for more detailed guidelines.

Workplace Law essay

for Q2, i want to see the case laws for the application part, like which case law did the writer refer against to, and for the R, it stands for relevant law instead of rule,
follow accordingly to the IRAC document

In problem questions you will be given a set of facts and asked to advise one or more parties on their legal position. The IRAC approach to answering the question is as follows:

1 Identify the legal issue raised by the question

This can be done by the use of headings or by posing a question. For example, is there a valid contract between A and B?

2 State the relevant legal rule (giving authority, ie case or statute)

This step lays the foundation necessary for you to answer the question you have posed in step 1. You will set out the relevant law, referring to the section(s) of a statute or the case(s) which contain the legal rule. (It may not always be sufficient to refer to statute law alone. You may also need to refer to case law explaining the meaning of the words or phrases used in the statute)

3 Apply the law to the facts of the question

You have cited certain statute or case law in step 2 for a reason. You have done so because the facts presented to you in the question have brought to mind the statute or case. What you must do now is show a link between the facts of the question and that statute or case law.

You need to explain why the legal rule or principle established by the statute or case law should be applied to the facts of the question (be sure to fully explain your reasoning). If referring to statute law, you should explain how each element of the statutory provision (or section of the statute) has been satisfied. If referring to case law, you must highlight the similarities between the facts of the precedent case and the facts of the question. Alternatively, you may wish to highlight one or more important differences between the precedent case and the facts before you, in order to explain why, on closer analysis, the legal rule established by that case should not apply on the facts set out in the question.

4 Come to a conclusion

In this step you should sum up what you have said in steps 2-3, before saying what you think is the correct answer to the question posed in step 1. (Source: Business Law by A Ardagh, Butterworths, 2001).

It is likely that before you can answer the general legal issue raised by the question, you will need to address a number of more specific legal issues. For that reason you will normally need to go through these steps several times (or more) in the course of an answer – that is identify a legal issue, set out the relevant law, apply the law to the facts of the question before concluding on that issue and then going on to the next issue. In other words, you should not have one section of your answer setting out all the legal issues raised by the question, followed by one section setting out all the relevant law and so on – that will be difficult for the marker to follow and consequently may lose you marks

Topic: Be the Commander-in-Chief

Be the Commander-in-Chief (Military- style strategy) Prompt: Using the incredible detail presented in the military analysis of the EU and the US military forces, who do you think would win in a battle between the US and the EU? The video for this assignment is in Topic 4 (above). Note: This is a speculative “for fun” exercise. Neither I nor anyone I have ever met expect a war between the Eu and the US. Watch the video. Try to answer the above prompt as well as you can. Try to be convincing. Document Formatting and Submission: 1-2 page essay (This is a short length, so please craft carefully your writing). Submit via (through iLearn, see below link). Double spaced 1″ margins all around 12 point font Use citations (in-text) and references (bibliography). See also the document PDF download “Citations and referencing help (examples)” at the top of this iLearn page. IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL written submissions MUST be in MS Word or PDF file format. NO OTHER FORMATS ARE ALLOWED. Thanks. Further, if you use PDF format, NO Graphics or pictures are allowed – Text-only or Turnitin will reject the submission. MS Word is probably your best choice (.docx format).

Topic: Downstream Energy Law And Policy

I need someone to write a Proposal doe Research paper and later on, after approval of the proposal to write the full research paper as a separate order. Please choose a topic for the research from the uploaded file “Suggested Research Topics Downstream_1.doc”. Follow the structure of the proposal from the uploaded file “Format of research proposal.doc”. Use the uploaded study materials “Downstream_Unit0*.pdf” Please, before you begin, let me know the topic you feel familiar with and confident you can write a good proposal and good research paper later on.

Constitutional Law: You can choose the topic based off of the rubric

Papers should be approximately 4-6 pages in length (although there is no set minimum or maximum number of pages). Papers must address a topic you select per the following guidelines. Papers should have an opening thesis paragraph setting up the “declaration” or thesis statement for the paper. It should list the main points that will be covered in the paper (usually three supporting points should be presented). After covering the main points in detail it should conclude with a paragraph summing up the main points of the paper and any appropriate conclusions. The paper should be heavily cited and draw on the textbook, court cases, founding documents and outside research as needed. For each real-life example you present be sure to present supporting documentation as covered in class. Topic / Focus Students must select one or more topics on which to focus their paper from the lessons in class. Example topics may include Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Religion, Criminal Procedure, Equal Protection, Due Process, Voting & Representation, etc. Strive to select a topic that is pertinent to current events, that you can trace back to previous legal cases and our founding documents. Consider topics such as: The Right to Protest. Does freedom of speech include freedom of conduct? When does one person’s right to protest infringe upon another’s right to speech? Freedom of Religion. How does freedom of religion coexist with freedom from religion? How does freedom of religion coexist with government requirements, e.g. government mandated identification photographs vs. keeping ones face covered due to religious beliefs? Due Process. If a person is not in the country legally, are they afforded all rights guaranteed by the Constitution? Are there rights reserved only for legal citizens or those in the country legally? As you can see, there are many, many topics on which to focus your paper. Select a topic you find interesting and challenging and explore it in depth. Keep in mind this is NOT an opinion piece. This is intended to present a topic (thesis) and offer the researched legal rulings of the court as supporting arguments – not your personal or anecdotal opinions. As an example, you could start the paper with a declaration statement such as “In December 2014, protesters entered the Macy’s Department Store in Manhattan at 7:50 p.m. with the stated intent of disrupting holiday shopping. The protesters believed it was within their right to Freedom of Speech and Right of Assembly to disrupt Christmas shoppers in order to make their point(s) known to the public.” You might explore Constitutional First Amendment issues in the first supporting paragraph (being factual and citing accordingly). Then take both sides of the two issues in subsequent paragraphs citing court cases that would apply to the specific issues of Freedom of Speech and Right of Assembly. Remember, these are NOT your personal opinions; you are highlighting the legal opinions of the courts. In the final paragraph, you would summarize your research and then close with your own conclusion and how you see the future of the issue evolving. Do our founding documents and subsequent court rulings provide us ample guidance to move into the future as new circumstances arise? Do caveats and/or exemptions need to be added or deleted? Do we need further clarification via more detail or simplification? Note: Papers must follow all elements of APA format. In addition to substantive content, assignments will also be graded on grammar, format, compliance with directions, and mastery of the material.

Topic: international laws revolving around war crimes, and how these laws are enforced based on the types of war crimes and the people committing the war crimes


The paper should be 20 pages in length, double spaced with 1” margins and 12-point Calibri or Times New Roman font. The paper should be professional quality – in other words, the introduction, literature review, empirical section, analytical section, and conclusion should all be rigorous, grammatically correct and proof-read. You must use at least 10 appropriate sources (more than the minimum is recommended), with more than one source used in both the lit review and empirical sections of the paper. Sources should be cited throughout the paper, early and often. A paper that is excellent otherwise but requires more editing at this stage will not be eligible for an A grade. The following components should be included in the completed paper (we will discuss this in more detail in class): 1. Cover page 2. Abstract 3. Introduction 4. Theory/Literature review 5. Empirical section 6. Analysis 7. Conclusion 8. Bibliography

The United States Supreme Court powers are appropriate and essential


In the United States, the Supreme Court has the final say concerning any law or dispute in the land. The decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court may not be appealed and become the law of the land the instant the opinions are made public by publication of the document. No other branch of the government has the absolute final say on any issue, legal or otherwise.
Further, members of the Supreme Court are not elected by the public but rather are appointed for life by the President and Senate and cannot be removed by less than a 2/3 vote of the United States Congress.

For your discussion in this module, we will use the basic debate form. The proposition set forth is this: “The United States Supreme Court powers are appropriate and essential. No other legal form or entity could exist superior to our system.”

*Please use at least 2 academic sources

Topic: Law Enforcement


Prepare an annotated bibliography of recent scholarly journal articles (within five years) relevant to law enforcement and topics addressed in any of the chapters/topics we will cover during the semester. Five (5) citations from refereed journals are to be prepared with an annotation of approximately one-half page, each (Times New Roman font, 12-point type, single spaced). Each citation/reference must conform to APA (6th ed.) and must include the following information.
List of topics: Police History, Organizing Public Security in the United States, Organizing the Police Department, Becoming a Police Officer, The Police Role and Police Discretion, (Police Culture, Personality, and Stress), Police Ethics and Police Deviance, Patrol Operations, Investigations, Police and Their Clients, Community Policing, Police and the Law.

Summary of employment laws


Whether you hire your own employees or independent contractors, you will need to have a solid understanding of federal and state labor laws covering everything from benefits and wages to discrimination and harassment.

Employment law governs the rights and duties between employers and workers. These rules are primarily designed to keep workers safe and make sure they are treated fairly, although laws are in place to protect employers’ interests as well. A particular employment relationship may also be governed by contract.

American labor laws trace back to public outcry against the oppressive practices of the industrial revolution. In the 60s and 70s, Congress acted to prohibit discrimination and unsafe work conditions. Current issues involve employee healthcare and equal pay for both the men and women.

Many of the employment disputes that result in litigation deal with “wage and hour” violations. Federal law establishes baseline rules with respect to these issues, and then states are free to pass laws providing additional protections.

Wage and hour laws also regulate overtime pay. The federal government does not place limits on the number of hours adults may work per week, but after 40 hours time, one must be paid. Rules exist to control the hours and working conditions for workers under age 18.

Discrimination in the workplace is another basis for many employment law cases. The constitution makes it clear that it is illegal to treat workers differently based on ethnicity, religious beliefs, gender, age, or disability.

These and other laws have made it possible for work to occur since there are lines that should not be crossed and therefore conditions are kept fair and equal for all.

How did Arizona achieve statehood?


The Constitution of the State of Arizona is the governing document and framework for the U.S. state of Arizona. The current constitution is the first and the only adopted by the state of Arizona.

The Arizona Territory was authorized to hold a constitutional convention in 1910 at which the constitution was drafted and submitted to Congress. The original constitution was approved by Congress, however subsequently vetoed by President William H. Taft on his objections concerning the recalling of judges.

The constitution was amended by the constitutional convention removing the recalling of judges and resubmitted upon which President Taft approved Arizona’s statehood as the 48th state on February 14, 1912.

Fairly quickly after Arizona became a state, the state legislature approved a constitutional amendment which restored the ability to recall judges, which was approved in the 1912 general election.

The Arizona Constitution is divided into a preamble and 30 articles, numbered 1-6, 6.1, 7-22, and 25-30, with articles 23 and 24 having been repealed. Currently, the state of Arizona considers Article 11 of the constitution unconstitutional and has therefore ruled it out.

In 1863 Arizona was organized as a separate territory, with its first, temporary capital at Fort Whipple. Prescott became the capital in 1865.

The country’s diversity in terms of the many cultures and communities that are found there as well as many economic activities such as mining have facilitated and strengthened statehood not forgetting the able leaders in the region that ensure that all but prosperity is encouraged.