Part A: Paper must be APA formatted and use a minimum of 4 sources, 2 of which must come from the Virtual Library. You may not use a synopsis/summary as a source. The full content must be available.
Part B: Provide a brief summary of your topic. A paragraph or two will suffice
Part C: Utilizing the sources you selected, build cohesive content that effectively presents the relevant legal issue at hand. You may present the paper in a manner that shows agreement across the sources selected, or you may write a paper that compares and contrasts differing points of view across the multiple authors. This section of the paper should be no less than 500 words.
Part D: In a creative and effective way present your thoughts and ideas on the legal issue at hand. Feel free to use any software that you would like, however the final product must be saved in such a way that it can be opened on any device. You may support or challenge the current status and understanding of the topic at hand, but be sure to provide a defendable framework for your point of view that gives it validity. Simply stating that the current legal interpretation or implementation of law is wrong or right because of vague or personally held ethical/moral views is not sufficient. This section of your paper should be no less than 500 words.
Hint: The final paper will be around 5 pages excluding the cover and resource pages. Graphs, charts, etc…will also add to the page count. It is important that you write for comprehensive understanding and not to the minimum standard. It may be helpful for you to pare your topic down a specific component. Example: Do not attempt to write a paper about all forms of mediation. Write a paper that covers only 1 or 2 forms of mediation.