Listed below is an Illinois case. Find the case using LexisAdvance or any other reputable Internet sites.. You are to brief the case using the 11 Part Brief format as outlined in the upload below. Please note that in the Issue Section of your Case Brief you must frame the issue using the 123 Method as outlined in the upload and below. In the updating section use Shepard’s citator to make sure the case is still good law and see if there is a more recent case that discusses the key issue in each case. I have info below to use the 1993 case.
Curatola v. Niles, 154 Ill.2d 201, 608 N.E.2d 882 (1993)
To frame a legal issue in one sentence using the 123 Method follow this 3 step formula:
One of my colleagues asked the following two questions about Written Assignment.
1.For the Issue and the 1, 2, 3 method is there more than one issue?
Answer: You should find one issue.
Under (state the law at issue) whether (state the legal issue) when (state a key fact).
2.I found the most recent case from 2001. Should I use that or the one in the slide?
Answer: You may use 1993.
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