Demonstrating a principle without telling a story is one of the harder skills to grasp. In law it is very easy to tell stories. After all, you have all those wonderful case facts to play with, so why not use them? You do use them; the case is your authority and, as we said earlier, a law assignment is nothing without authority.
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