Month: June 2018 (Page 1 of 2)

A court Case Analysis

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Find a recent case in the past six  months on a Constitutional Law or Tort Law topic and discuss the facts of the case, what happened prior to trial that led up to the case, and the law(s) that were affected. Also, discuss the issues at hand. This will be the topic that you chose; if there are more issues than your topic, just concentrate on your issue, and the trial Courts ruling.  Continue reading

A Court Case Analysis

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Analyze one case that the U.S. Supreme Court or the California Supreme Court has written a decision on preferably within the last five years, although older cases may be selected if of particular interest to the student. The case brief should have a case citation (parties involved and year of the case), brief facts (only the most important facts that the court relied on), issues (the question(s) to be resolved by the court), holding/rule of law (the precedent established by the case, which is the court’s answer(s) to the issue(s), reasoning/rationale (why the court ruled as it did), other opinions (e.g., concurring, dissent), and your own brief analysis. Continue reading

Ethical Dilemmas in Nursing

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Identify an ethical dilemma facing Advanced Practice in Nursing today. Discuss relevant literature on the topic. Identify persons who are affected by the dilemma (not just the patient) and Propose a resolution for the dilemma from a moral, theoretical perspective. Identify ethical concepts within the theory that are relevant to the resolution. Also, identify the legal and regulatory parameters. Continue reading

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