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In the first part of your paper, you should introduce your case, provide brief context, and state your thesis.
“On balance, the Supreme Court case of [case] illustrates that the Court is [constrained/dynamic] when
[constraint, constraint, constraint] occurs and [add some additional details here].”
The second part of your paper should include your summary of the case. Plan to spend a few paragraphs
outlining why the Court took the case, what the issue was, the details of the decision, the argument of the
majority, the argument of the minority, etc.
The third part of your paper should include distinct sections where you outline the three constraints
(doctrinal, institutional, and cultural) and apply them to the Court’s actions in your case. This part of the
paper will be the longest and most challenging part of the assignment. You should plan to conduct significant
outside research to understand how the constraints did or did not apply.
The fourth and final part of your paper should be a conclusion in which you re-state your thesis and offer
some broader lessons regarding judicial policy-making in light of your findings.