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Drafting Your Conclusion

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Erin Hendrickson

on 12 October 2018

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Transcript of Drafting Your Conclusion

Drafting Your Conclusion
What to Include
Being with your overall conclusion.
NOT to Include
No need to include any rule statements (though you are directly applying facts to the rules).
Conclusion vs. BA
Similar (but different). Don't copy and paste!
How Readers Feel:
Include your conclusion for each element/exception/factor (CREAC).
Briefly summarize your reasoning on each issue.
*Should mirror the organization of your Discussion section
--> Apply to the Rule
--> Include key facts
--> Address any major counter-points
Do not introduce new facts/ideas/lines of reasoning .
Do not include discussion of precedent cases.
BA includes a rule statement, conclusion does not.
Conclusion includes a bit more reasoning on each element/factor/exception - gives more attention to major counter-points.
Main Goals:
How Writers Feel:
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