A Demand Letter.
Background: Ivy asks you to write the Demand Letter for the Folly case. First, before completing the final
Demand Letter, Ivy wants you to draft only the persuasive facts section to be used in the final Demand Letter.
Ivy will review the persuasive facts section and discuss it with you prior to final revisions, as needed.
Review “How to Draft a Demand Letter” and “The Advocacy Letter” links in Overview.
Analyze the facts in the Folly case in the FACTS FOR PROJECTS section of the MAJOR PROJECTS
INFORMATION in Content.
Present the facts in the most persuasive manner as the Demand Letter is an advocacy document. (It is not an
objective presentation as in the Complex Office Memo).
Present the analysis in no more than 3 paragraphs. Most of the facts in Folly’s case are legally significant facts;
add only those background facts that are needed for context.
Label responses, as appropriate.
Write in correct, complete sentences in paragraph format, unless instructed otherwise.
Use Arial or Times Roman, size 12 font.
Rubric Name: 301 Rubric for Learning Activities – 5 pts x 5 – 25 pts total – Spring 2020
This table lists criteria and criteria group name in the first column. The first row lists level names and includes
scores if the rubric uses a numeric scoring method.
Equivalent to an A
Equivalent to a B
Equivalent to an C
Equivalent to a D or F
Legal Analysis, Application of Relevant Legal Issues, Concepts, Law
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