Due June 22 at 12:59 AM BUS3055 Individual Project Instructions

 Due June 22 at 12:59 AM

BUS3055 Individual Project Instructions

To make the course engaging for each student, you will select a legal topic to research in Week 3.  A list of potential topics is linked to this assignment.  Although you are not required to select the exact topics listed, you should select something closely related. Try to select a topic that reflects an issue that is related to a concern you have in your professional life. If your topic is not on the list, contact your instructor for approval.

With the exception of the introduction, you must use the headings that are explained below and the information must be presented in that same order.

Introduction

Provide a short introduction to the topic. Provide some background about the topic selected and why it was selected. Include definitions as necessary. Use more than one paragraph, if needed.

Note:  Do not use the term Introduction for the heading, as APA does not use that term. See APA materials in the Library Research Guide.

Article Review

Locate two scholarly articles related to your topic.  Summarize the articles in your own words and explain how each is related to your topic. Do not use court cases in this section. You must use scholarly articles from the South University Online Library. Legal journals may provide some of the best sources of information.  

Laws and Regulations

Research and analyze one law or regulation related to the topic you selected. The information may require research of federal and/or state laws, as well as administrative agency laws.  Summarize the information about the law or regulation you found and explain how it applies to your topic. 

Cases

Locate one published case (lawsuit)  that is related to the topic you selected.   Summarize the case in your own words and explain how it is related to your topic.  Provide a summary that includes the name of the case, state or federal court, issue, summary of events and ruling.  Explain whether you agree or disagree with the court’s decision.   The following sources may also be helpful.  You must read the case and not a summary of the case from a blog or other article.

 FindLaw – Caselaw.findlaw.com

Justia

Public Library of Law

Leagle

Open Jurist

Google Scholar Video for Finding Cases

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