Art-Iculating the Analysis: Systemizing the Decision to Use Visuals as Legal Reasoning

Steven J. Johansen, Ruth Anne Robbins
2015 Social Science Research Network  
Prologue Sara Cutuli had a brief to file. Her client was a college student. Another student in her client's eating club at Princeton had filed for a restraining order against him. If the court granted the restraining order the consequences were serious. Her client would have this listed on his college records, and could face the possibility that law schools would not accept him or that he might not become a member of the bar. Sara wanted to argue that members of a dining club were not
more » ... members" and hence the relevant statute did not allow for a restraining order in this circumstance. Unfortunately, one of the key on-point cases in New Jersey had held that college students who lived together in a college suite with common shared space were members of the same household.
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2639142 fatcat:zoi5m2i2izbgnpsjspapxc6qxq