The arguments made throughout Supreme Court listening to on Title VII — Quartz

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Last-Minute Prep On the Day of Your Argument

delivered up to the Spanish vice-consul–AS SLAVES! To the rest was eventually prolonged the advantage of the laws which had foreordained their emancipation.

However, there’s little doubt from the questions right now that the fact that the arguments offered would have been given brief shrift a number of decades ago is causing the justices to appreciate that the firings of Aimee Stephens, Donald Zarda, and Gerald Bostock had been because of intercourse. Whether that appreciation ends in agreement stays to be seen.

This letter was dated the eleventh of January, 1840. The trial had already been 5 days “progressing.” The evidence was all in, and the case was to be submitted to the court on that day. Misgivings were already entertained that the choice of the decide might not be so complacent to the longings of the Executive department as had been foretold and almost promised on the twentieth of December.

Look for the weaknesses in your argument, anticipate the questions judges may ask, and plan responses that transition to the merits of your position. With the 10 minutes of argument and two minutes of rebuttal that you have, don’t try to argue all of the factors raised within the memorial or all of the potential points you could have anticipated having to discuss in response to the judges’ questions. You need not memorize all the material given, but an understanding of the connections among the documents will benefit your argument and … Read More

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