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Cameras in Courts | United States Courts. Introduction. Flash. MockTrialScript. Business Law Lesson Plans, Teaching Exercise, Course Worksheets. Read a Lawyer’s Amazingly Detailed Analysis of Bilbo’s Contract in The Hobbit | Underwire. Editor’s Note: James Daily, a lawyer and co-author of The Law and Superheroes, typically focuses his legal critiques on the superhero world at the Law and the Multiverse website he runs with fellow lawyer and co-author Ryan Davidson.

Today, Daily takes a look a very important cultural document for Wired: The contract between Bilbo Baggins and the dwarves in The Hobbit. Ordinarily I don’t discuss legal issues relating to fictional settings that are dramatically different from the real world in terms of their legal system. Thus, Star Wars, Star Trek, Tolkien’s Middle Earth, etc. are usually off-limits because we can’t meaningfully apply real-world law to them. But the contract featured in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey was just too good a topic to pass up, especially since you can buy a high-quality replica of it that is over 5 feet long unfolded. So, without further ado, let’s get to it. The Contract in General As mentioned, the contract is quite long. Bilbo’s Obligations to the Dwarves. LGL%20102%20Business%20Law%20Curriculum%20Guide. Channel 4 News. Ep:20 WWYD? What Would You Do- Gender Discrimination at Job Interview.

WWYD? - Deaf People Are Discriminated From Applying For A Coffee Job! THE O.J. SIMPSON MURDER CASE (TRIAL HIGHLIGHTS) Activities | Pre-Activity As a homework assignment, provide students with Handout 1: Introduction to Civil Law. They will use this information to answer the questions on Handout 2: What Do You Know About Civil Law? Activity 1: Examining a Civil Case Go over Handout 2: What Do You Know About Civil Law? With your students to ensure that they have a good understanding of Civil Law. Next, discuss these questions with your students: Have you ever bought an item, such as a bicycle, from a friend? Once you have gone over Handout 2, you can either present the short civil case scenario outlined on Handout 3: Examining a Civil Case, or give students the handout to read themselves. After you present this scenario, you can ask students to consider the following questions: What do you think will happen to George? You can choose to have students break into groups to tackle these questions and then present their answers to the class or answer these questions as a class.

Activity 2: Comparing Civil Law to Criminal Law. Podcasts from the National Constitution Center. US Constitution - 5th - 6th - 7th - 8th Amendments - The U.S. Constitution - Decoded! What Is the Difference Between State and Federal Courts? | The Judicial Learning Center. State court systems vary from state to state, and each is a little different. As you can see from the chart above, the state court system of Missouri is very similar to that of the federal courts.

Both have trial courts at the lowest level to hear both civil and criminal cases. The Missouri circuit courts hear cases that arise under Missouri law or the Missouri Constitution. The federal district courts hear cases that arise under federal law or the U.S. Constitution. The second levels are the appellate courts, which hear appeals from the trial courts. Both the state and federal systems have a Supreme Court, to serve as the “court of last resort.” Choosing the Right Type of Business Organization | EE - Entrepreneurship Economics. In this lesson, students will learn about the four types of business organizations: sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, and franchise. Students will play a concentration game to better understand the features, advantages, and disadvantages of each type. Students will then analyze four scenarios and recommend the type of business organization that is most appropriate for each case.

The lesson concludes with an analysis of how each type of business organization plays an important role in the U.S. economy. In this lesson, students will learn about the four types of business organizations: sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, and franchise. 978-1-56183-735-9-activity-lesson-04. Sample Contracts • Contract Templates.

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