General Instructions for Learning Activities Read/watch all assigned materials listed for the week in Overview.Submit learning activities to the correct weekâ€™s Learning Activity tab in the Assignment Folder.Put your name on your uploaded file. Refer to course materials, cases, and/or statutes to support conclusions. Review the grading rubric for Learning Activities.Learning Activity: due 11:59 pm ET, ThursdayBernie is wrapping up the internship program with requesting the interns to practice legal citations. He requests from you and each intern, a report containing the citation practice. Provide the information requested below in a report to Bernie in the format specified below. This report has one part.InstructionsUse only on the information provided in the assignment. Do not look up the case, statute, etc. (some may be fictional!)Use our citation resources. Pay special attention to the need to underline/italicize; placing of commas, section symbols, periods, and spacing; abbreviations in case names; abbreviations for case reporters and statutory codes; and information such as court name (abbreviated), year of case decision, currency of statutes and regulations, and publisherâ€™s name (when appropriate).Answer the following questions:Write the following case name as it would be used in a full case citation, applying the appropriate rules for case name abbreviations/omissions: Association of Dog Groomers v. Jones Corporation.Provide the citation: Maryland statute in Westâ€™s Annotated Code of Maryland, Section 9-103 of the Education Article. On Westlaw, you found that the statute is current through all legislation from the 2017 Regular Session of the General Assembly.Provide the citation: Regulation published in the Code of Federal Regulations, title 7, section 1610.1. Your research found that the last year of revision is 2016.Provide the citation: Michelle Susan Stewart v. Jeanne Reynolds Reese; decided in 1974 by the Maryland Court of Special Appeals; published in volume 445 of the Atlantic Reporter, Second Edition, at page 332.Provide the citation: Clarence Earl Gideon v. Louie L. Wainwright; decided in 1963 by the United States Supreme Court; published in volume 372 of the United States Reports at page 335.Provide the citation: Ruben Carnero v. Boston Scientific Corporation; decided in 2005 by the U.S Court of Appeals for the First Circuit; published in the Federal Reporter, Third Series, in volume 433 at page 1.Provide the citation: Federal statute published in Title 88 of Westâ€™s United States Code Annotated in section 426. On Westlaw, you found that the statute is current through Public Law Number 224-138. FormatThe report should follow the format below. Label all parts and sub parts of the report.TO: Bernie Franks, Director of ParalegalsFROM: your nameRE: Citation PracticeDATE: 18.104.22.168.5.6.7.Check week 8 content for additional information
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