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Drafting Interrogatories and Requests for Admissions

Another setting in which a paralegal’s legal writing skills come into play is in the drafting of legal documents for the pretrial phase of discovery. In this exercise, you’ll be drafting both written interrogatories and requests for admissions to be served on the defendant and opposing counsel. Most court rules limit the number of questions allowed, so make sure your questions are on point and relevant to acquiring useful information for your case.

Week 4 Tasks

Draft fifteen (15) interrogatories to be served on one of the defendants in John's case in Microsoft Word format.

In a separate document, draft ten (10) requests for admissions to the same defendant in your client’s case. 

Cite all sources using Bluebook format.

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