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1,000-1,500 Word Memo Details: Your supervisor, Mr. Williams, explains that you and one of the other senior partners will be attending a hearing at the U.S. Court of Appeals next week. The hearing does not involve your law firm, but the senior partner believes that the experience there will help you in the future as a lawyer. Because you have never tried a case in the U.S. Court of Appeals, your supervisor believes that it is in your best interest to prepare a memo for the senior partner. Within your memo, explain which of the following cases would be heard by the U.S. Court of Appeals and why: A case involving a dispute between Colorado, Utah, and Arizona over water rights A case involving an appeal of a 5th U.S. District court decision regarding the right of Texas high school students to recite prayers over the school PA system before football games A case involving a state law prohibiting the import of nuclear waste from other states A civil suit brought by a plaintiff from Tennessee against a defendant from Kentucky A contract dispute between a private company and the U.S. government A case involving a violation of a city ordinance against loitering Address a case of you selection that you feel will provide additional insight to the senior partner For this assignment, you must submit a memo consisting of 1,000-1,500 words in which you explain which of the above cases would be heard in the U.S. Court of Appeals. For full credit, you must address the following in your memo: Discuss and describe the functions of law. Discuss the U.S. Court of Appeals. Explain what type of cases the U.S. Court of Appeals hears and why. Discuss each case in detail. Discuss jurisdiction and/or venue for each case. Explain which of the above cases the U.S. Court of Appeals would hear and why. Explain which of the above cases the U.S. Court of Appeals would not hear and why. Discuss any other valuable information regarding the above cases.

 

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