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This entire course has focused on written communication in various formats. While attorneys
frequently draft memos and briefs, they draft far more letters and emails. Thus, one of the
greatest tools an attorney can possess is the ability to draft professional letters and emails.
In this final assignment of the session, you will be drafting a professional letter to your client
explaining the decision of the court. You are continuing with the same facts and issues that you
have covered thus far. By now, the facts and law should be as familiar to you as the back of your
hand. Your instructor will provide a summary of the decision of the court. It will be up to you to
advise your client on the decision of the court and what they should do next.
INSTRUCTIONS
Follow the format that has been included in your textbook and in the prompt provided by your
professor. This includes the headings and sections. Make sure your brief is:
 1 to 2 pages in length.
 Does not include a cover page or running heads.
 Single-spaced, Times New Roman, 12-point font.
 Follows the format for an advice letter.
Make sure to review the grading rubric for this assignment. Do not hesitate to ask your instructor
questions, but do not wait until the last minute to begin this (or any other) assignment.
Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.

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