You will now put yourself in the shoes of a paralegal working at a defense law firm. A defendant in the Justin King complaint has retained your law firm to represent it against Mr. King.
Your supervising attorney has asked you to do some preliminary research to determine what legal, affirmative defenses your client may have in this case.
You should conduct legal research on Westlaw to research cases. To access Westlaw, click on the Library under Academic Tools. No separate sign-on is required. You will then click on Westlaw Campus Research.
View a video tutorial on how to use Westlaw.
After viewing the tutorial, conduct research of cases of affirmative defenses on Westlaw. Select one case which you think is most relevant
Part 1. Research Strategy: In Part 1, explain your research strategy. Write this in
Part 2. Case Citation and Summary: In Part 2, provide the citation for the case you selected in Bluebook citation format and provide a summary of the case and affirmative defense described in the case. The summary should provide a summary of the facts and