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UCONNAMST 3822Professor DudasSpring

AMST 3822 Chapter 5: Lowering the bar chapter 5

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Jokes about lawyers tend to be generic. Geographical markers are infrequent and enver essential to story. Specialized fields largely unremarked by lawy
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UCONNAMST 3822Professor DudasSpring

AMST 3822 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Socratic Questioning, Socratic Method

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A tightly controlled socratic style of turn taking is not the only form of discourse found in the classrooms of this study. Not uncommon for professor
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UCONNAMST 3822Professor DudasSpring

AMST 3822 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Res Judicata, Precedent, Memorandum Opinion

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Except for federal trial courts, and those of a few states, trial court opinions are not. And one for decisions involving federal rules of procedure. C
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UCONNAMST 3822Professor DudasSpring

AMST 3822 Chapter 13: AMST Capital Jury Project Readings

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Interviews with jurors who served in sc capital cases indicate that this nightmare of sentencing a defendant to die because of jury misinformation is a
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UCONNAMST 3822Professor DudasSpring

AMST 3822 Chapter 6: Farnsworth Chapter 6

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Equal authority with federal statutes, subject only to constitution. Congress has the power to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for ca
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UCONNAMST 3822Professor DudasSpring

AMST 3822 Chapter 1: Lowering the bar chapter 1

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Used to be a joke about husbands since the 1940s but appeared in print about lawyers in 1986 and stuck in us. Joins large company of jokes blaming lawy
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UCONNAMST 3822Professor DudasSpring

AMST 3822 Chapter 3: AMST Williams

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Student k. had an exam where othello is described as a black militaristic african leader who marries the young white desdemona whom he then kills in a
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UCONNAMST 3822Professor DudasSpring

AMST 3822 Chapter 1: Chapter 1 farnsworth

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Each colony had its own independent evolution and largely separate existence until events that led to revolution put an end to self-sufficiency. Demand
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UCONNAMST 3822Professor DudasSpring

AMST 3822 Chapter 12: AMST hero or villain

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This essay is concerned with 2 specific issues that have as their backdrop the heroic central figure, the trial lawyer. It considers the role of screen
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UCONNAMST 3822Professor DudasSpring

AMST 3822 Chapter 7: Lowering the Bar chapter 7

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Problematic moral standing was long ago codified in terms of an association with the devil. Doubts about moral condition of lawyers have been restated
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UCONNAMST 3822Professor DudasSpring

AMST 3822 Chapter 11: Lowering the Bar chapter 11

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The tone of joking about lawyers has moved from mockery, sometimes gentle and sometimes caustic, to mean-spirited scorn and aggression. Number of lawye
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UCONNAMST 3822Professor DudasSpring

AMST 3822 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Jonathan Swift, Satan, Deconsecration

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Some sorts of lawyer jokes do not detail specific items of nastiness; instead they summarize the lawyers shortcomings in a judgement of general moral d
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