Background: Ivy has reviewed your Complex Office Memo and wants you to now rewrite it to make it more persuasive. This will be good practice for drafting advocacy documents in Folly’s case.
Ivy wants you to take the feedback provided for your Complex Office Memo (see grade book) and revise the Office memo to be more persuasive.
Create a document with 3 headings:
Part I. Complex Office Memo – Original Issue Statements
Copy/paste both legal issue statements/questions from your Complex Office Memo that was reviewed earlier and put them under this heading.
Part II. Advocacy Memo – Questions Presented
Rewrite/edit both of your original issue statements (posted above in Part I) to transform both into Questions Presented for your advocacy memo.
Place the Questions Presented for your advocacy memo under this heading.
Part III. Argument – Opening Sentences for Each Argument
Based upon your questions presented for the advocacy memo (posted above in Part II), transform both questions into the first sentence for each argument for each issue for the advocacy memo.
Place both first sentences for each argument under this heading.
Label responses, as appropriate.
Write in correct, complete sentences in paragraph format, unless instructed otherwise.
Use Arial or Times Roman, size 12 font.