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Profile of a leader

Final Project Guidelines
Profile of a Leader
As a future public administrator, you will want to familiarize yourself with what constitutes excellence in public and nonprofit sector leadership. In this Final Project, you write a profile of a leader who may or may not embody these characteristics of excellence. To do so, select an individual who is especially interesting to you and use what you have explored in this course as a foundation. You may select any contemporary leader of a public (e.g., government), or nonprofit organization (including your own organization) as long as it is someone for whom there is sufficient information to provide an effective analysis of successful management and leadership in public and nonprofit organizations. The leader you interview can function at any management level of the organization, from supervisor to president of the board of trustees.
The Final Project 
(1518 pages, not including title page and references)
The Fina

Legal Research, Analysis, and Writing

The paralegal is assigned the task of preparing an office legal memorandum. The memorandum is due in seven days, and there is a five-page limit. The facts of law are as follows

Facts: The client, Jim, a 15-year-old boy, had a small single blade pocketknife in his backpack. He had used the backpack several weeks ago when he went on an overnight fishing trip with his dad. The knife was a typical pocketknife. It was 2-12 inches long when folded and the blade was 2 inches in length. The blade locked into place when the knife was opened. The blade was sharp on one edge and had a pointed tip. Jim forgot the knife was in his backpack, it had slipped into the bottom corner and he had not noticed it in the pack since the fishing trip. Another student told a teacher he saw the knife in the clients backpack the day before.

Law: The state criminal statute 13-3102 provides: A person commits misconduct involving weapons by knowingly possessing a deadly weapon on school grounds. The c

Any topic (writer’s choice)

April 6 Jury Issues; Guilty Pleas; Bail and Preventive Detention; Evidentiary Privileges
You are the trial judge in Olympus v. Dougherty, which involves facts identical to those in United States v. Dougherty. There is no precedent in the State of Olympus governing jury nullification instructions, which the defendants have requested. Will you deliver the requested jury nullification instructions? Why or why not?

April 6 Jury Issues; Guilty Pleas; Bail and Preventive Detention; Evidentiary Privileges
    Lawlemmas Jury Issues: Peremptory Challenges 36-46
                                                    Jury Nullification 61-71
                    Jury Instructions 71-77

Case law

Locate case law to support an argument
to try and have the charge of breaching social distancing requirements withdrawn.
- Regarding the new by law passed.
-What law is applied, and how you would argue that.

Please include list your references .

Legal briefs and Legal memorandum. Using legal research and writing.

Locate the following cases using Canlii or Quicklaw:

Using the information provided in the fact scenario above, prepare briefs for the cases provided.
Using the information gathered from the case briefs, summarize you research into the form of a
legal memorandum. You are not required or permitted to located additional legal authorities.
Your completed submission should include the 3 case briefs and your legal memorandum.

Any topic (writer’s choice)

. This paper must address an issue of your choosing that relates to law and criminal justice. Your issue must be identified in the form of a specific topic statement, which must be submitted for approval not later than Feb. 10. The paper should describe the current state of the law governing the selected issue, and also provide a critical analysis explaining your own views about whether and why or why not you believe the law to be advisable or prudent. All references used in writing the paper must be duly acknowledged. It is imperative that all authorities relied on are given proper attribution, that language taken directly from judicial decisions and all other sources is quoted and properly attributed, and that other requirements of academic integrity are strictly observed. There must be no cutting and pasting of text taken from other sources. Papers must be typed (size 12 font) and double spaced with top, bottom, and side margins of at least one inch

MY TOPIC IS: Unveiled

Mission Statement

If admitted how would you contribute to the mission?

The mission of University Law is to guide our students in the discovery of law and self as they prepare for the practice of law or other professional careers. Our faculty of scholars and teachers is committed to creating an innovative, collaborative learning environment designed to develop the knowledge and skills relevant to achieving individual and professional success.

Our mission encompasses educating, as well as enhancing the professional lives of, the members of the local, regional, national, and international communities we encounter students, faculty, staff, administrators, alumni, members of the bench and bar, and others who pursue social justice.

Our mission is grounded in the core values of the University life-long learning, ethical reasoning and decision-making, diversity & inclusivity, and community & civic engagement.

Difference-making is our legacy.

Assignment: Generate Best Practices for Recruitment and Selection

Using this weeks readings as a starting point, consider the challenges in recruiting and selecting the best candidates for Public Organization X. Then, choose an organization to examine and apply this weeks concepts. Since you are still in training, you may pick any public organization of your choice for this assignment, but choose wisely and make sure the information you are seeking is readily available.
Give a brief background on your selected organization and its employees, and then produce an in-depth guideline on recruitment and selection best practices for yourself to use when you take over as Director of Personnel Administration of Organization X at the end of your training. You may assume the organization you choose to examine is in the same field as Organization X. This is a great practice, especially since sometimes you get the best ideas from outside research! Just remember, your document should contain best practices specifically related to recruiting and candidate selec

Interrelationships of Public Administration Organizations

In your readings for this unit, you are exploring the internal implications of public administration and organizational behavior. As you think about the ethical expectations of public service workers and how organizations are structured, failure to adhere to these principles can lead to internal corruption. As a result, corruption in the public sector tends to bring about the outcry of the public to question how organizational members can be trusted. 

Primary Task Response: Within the Discussion Board area, write 400600 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas:

How does corruption come about within an organization? Explain in detail.
What conditions must exist, or what factors allow corruption to seep into public organizations? Explain in detail.
What forms do you think corruption can take within a public organization?

Overview of Public Administration Organizations

Write 400600 words that respond to the following questions with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas:

Conduct an Internet search for a public or non-profit organization and a private companys organizational chart. Review the charts and address the following:

What is the structural difference between a profit-making private company, a public or governmental organization, and a nonprofit organization?
Explain how the positions in the organizational charts are similar or different.
Discuss how these similarities and differences impact your understanding of the public and private sectors.