At the beginning of the judgment, readers need above all a clear context. Generally, this context will include the nature of the case, the parties involved, and the issue or issues to be decided.
- An effective introduction tells the reader what the judgment is all about and maps out the argumentive terrain.
- Like formal introductions in society, introductions to Judgments also create an image of the self.
$ Introduction – nature of the case, parties, issues, facts.
$ Argument – Law in relation to facts for each issue.
$ Conclusion – disposition of the case.
1. Findings must be 1. Choose the method of argument
earned. One cannot that best suits the case.
end well if one has The most obvious are