Finding statutes using paper

there are definitely times when online resources are the most efficient and fastest way to do research but sometimes like when you’re trying to find a statute when you don’t have a citation using paper can be your quickest and best option before we dive into paper statutes let’s take a minute and make sure we’re all on the same page and understand what a statute is statutes are laws passed by a legislative body they command or prohibit something or declare policy they codify and supplement case law there are both state and federal statutes here’s another very important thing you should remember about statutes there are two forms annotated and unannotated annotated statutes are superior for doing legal research and include historical notes and references to cases law reviews practice materials and other helpful tools that will help you understand the issues that are covered in the statute unannotated statutes only give you the text of the statute some of you might still be wondering why you would ever have to use paper resources at all there are lots of reasons and we highlight them in one of our other tutorials called why should I bother with paper resources when so much is available online if you haven’t already be sure to watch this three-minute video so you can have a good general understanding of why knowing about paper statutes is so important you’ll learn that many practicing attorneys still use paper and that you might have very limited access to online resources at your jobs internships and clerkships but there are a few additional reasons and these reasons are specific to statutory research first Massachusetts annotated statutes are currently only available on westlaw and Lexus and in paper so if your access to westlaw lexus is limited or you just don’t have access using print annotated statutes is a great alternative second sometimes with paper you can get a better understanding of the context of the law statutes can often have a large number of very detailed sections and some researchers find it very helpful to find other relevant sections of a statute in paper because they can easily see how their section correlates to the others and while westlaw lexus do have tools to flip forward and backwards through the sections of a statute you might find it faster and easier to flip through the pages of a book if your initial inclination is to use online resources that’s totally fine because there are lots of really great online resources but just remember that if you get stuck and you’re not finding what you need online you might want to try finding your statute using paper federal statutes are on the sixth floor and state statutes are on the fifth floor Massachusetts statutes are not shelved with the other state statutes they’re set apart in the Massachusetts reading room on the fifth floor with all the other Massachusetts materials all state and federal statutes generally follow the same steps that will go over now let’s take a quick look at how you would find a Connecticut statute on drunk driving when you get to the statutes you’re interested in you’ll see that there are loads of volumes sitting on the shelf grabbing volumes off the shelf and flipping through them hoping you’ll get lucky is not a good strategy instead to quickly find what you need use the general index the general index will tell you the title and section of the volume you’ll need so you don’t have to waste time and your clients money with the help of the general index we see the Connecticut doesn’t use the phrase drunk driving instead they call it driving under the influence of liquor or drugs and it’s indexed under traffic regulations and rules of the road we also quickly learned that the statute we need is in the volume that contains title 14 section 227 a when you’re dealing with paper statutes you’re not interested in page numbers instead what you need as a title and section when we get to the statute we need will see lots of helpful resources first we’ll see the actual text of the statute but with the annotated statutes we’ll get lots of other great research tools like historical notes that tell us when the statute was enacted and when it was amended we’ll see cases that deal with the statute this section is often referred to as the notes of decisions and they’ll list brief summaries of relevant cases along with citations so you can determine which cases are on point and if you should take the time to read any of them the annotations also include citations to practice materials and form books as well as law review articles and legal encyclopedias these annotations are extremely helpful and will save you lots of time if you’re using paper statutes you must remember to check pocket parts or supplements for updates these updates generally come out once a year and will alert you to any changes in the law as well as any additional cases and secondary sources that deal with your statute currency is one of the greatest advantages of online research databases can be updated almost immediately as soon as changes happen but remember depending on where you’re working interning or clerking you might not have access to westlaw on lexis so if you find yourself using paper don’t forget to check pocket parts and supplements so let’s recap statutes are published in two ways annotated and unannotated annotated statutes are superior for doing legal research because they contain historical notes cases Law Review articles practice materials and other helpful resources currently annotated statutes are only available on westlaw Lexus and in paper so if your access to westlaw lexus is limited paper is a good alternative to quickly find a statute check the general index for the title and section lastly always check the pocket parts and supplements to make sure you’re getting the most current information for more information on using paper resources watch our other tutorials and for more details be sure to contact a 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welcome to the presentation on the American nurses associations code of ethics and social justice this presentation was created by Becky Lindstrom and Melanie lab and was narrated by Melanie lab in their 2005 article backfire Butterfield discussed their views of the nursing profession in regards to social justice and health disparities well they believe that Nursing had a long and proud history of advocating for both social justice and the elimination of health disparities they contended that nursing had feared from its social advocacy roots they also believe that the 2002 American Nursing Association code of ethics was poorly poorly addressed the responsibility of the current nursing profession in regards to social justice they called for the inclusion of language into the code of ethics which would clearly define what they believe to be a core value of Nursing and Health inspire the next generation of nurses to return to the social advocacy arena our opinion is at the Annie’s 2015 code of ethics is very clear about the nurses responsibility in terms of social justice health disparities and health equality the code of ethics specifically provision six seven and eight addresses the responsibilities of nurses to advocate for social justice and equality in their practice no matter the setting provision 8 clearly addresses social justice in the elimination of health disparities is a moral obligation of the nursing profession taking into account the innumerable settings in which nurses practice their art not every nurse is going to encounter the same set of two health disparities or social justice concerns the code of ethics clearly states that at the heart of all nursing practices the patient whomever that patient may be individual family or community the needs of the patient are central and that would include advocating for social justice and equitable health care wherever the need is found the slide is by Becky Lindstrom nurses can help address health disparities at a community level dr. camara Jones in her 2012 presentation about social determinants of health disparities discuss four levels of health care intervention she explained these levels with an example of care used to improve neonatal outcomes tertiary care was the NICU secondary care was prenatal care focusing on screening and health prevention primary care was WIC or similar programs that help patients improve basic health while the last level of care was addressing social determinants of health by addressing underlying problems that cause health disparities in health and social justice in the first place dr. Jones used the analogy of a population being pushed over the clip of good health Jones suggests that addressing inequities of the root cause is more beneficial to bring about lasting change to earth health equity maintaining good health is less expensive than treating health problems when they are advanced addressing community health on this level requires a broad view and a creative approach because the determinants of health disparities have a larger cause such as poverty lack of education or cultural norms and practices that are not conducive to health promotion the slightest by Becky Lindstrom Jones in your 2012 presentation stated that programs for health promotion are more successful when the community has a voice in the programming an example of this is in Utah the Utah Department of Health Office of health disparities identified higher incidents of infant mortality in the Pacific Islander population with input from this population the program was developed to provide education and a framework of support to improve neonatal and maternal outcomes in childbirth a series of six classes were developed which included activities in education participant knowledge was tested with a series of before-and-after questionnaires one of the best indicators that the classes were successful was the increase in sass class size over time which increased from 23 to 40 participants ongoing education and support of this kind has made a difference in this community and efforts are I’m going to improve and refine this program the slide is by Melanie lob chin described Samantha Tori knowing is the ability for a nurse to understand the circumstances that have led to the current state of the system as created by factors such as political and cultural environments as well as societal norms this knowing allows the nurse to understand the factors that have created health inequities and disparities according to chin all Nursing is political by nature and chin describes politics as the action one takes to express their values within their societal complex as nurses work towards their goal of helping their patients move towards optimum health they have to endow evaluate the context in which that person lives when barriers to health are discovered the nurse then works to address those barriers nurses work with patients as individuals families groups or communities by assisting patients to overcome obstacles to health nurses become advocates working towards the extinction of health disparities and towards social justice the 2015 aana code of ethics also addresses the responsibilities of nurses to work with patients to overcome barriers to achieve optimal health both am a code of ethics and chin see nurses as advocates and leaders in promoting the health of every patient who are the Centers of nursing care the 2015 am a code of ethics makes the roles and responsibilities of nurses in regards to creating social justice in extinguishing health disparities very clear the code of ethics places patients at the center of Nursing care while allowing the patient’s are not limited to individuals but also take the form of families groups and communities patients are everyone and they all have the right to achieve optimum health nurses should be the one to help facilitate the achievement of that goal being a voice for change in advocate for social justice is best achieve utilizing multiple platforms not all nurses work within a public forum and seeking to extinguish health disparities can take many forms all of which are vital in making lasting change on behalf of myself and my partner I want to thank you for watching our presentation we hope that you have enjoyed the information presented and have a great day

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okay going viral here we go hashtag influencer on human rights and freedoms assessment want to talk a little bit about your essay in today’s recording we’re calling it a three paragraph essay I’m not including the introduction not including conclusion I’m assuming that they are going to be there so I’m going to talk about the three body paragraphs on the topics that we’ve identified some topics being genocide a human rights abuse of your choice and lastly an indigenous rights issue of your choice that one is from the booklet that you’ve got today’s is Shirley self research the Human Rights which we’ve talked about extensively in class I’m giving you some sort of stretch of examples for that but still ultimately it’s your choice now what what is that that both in paragraph has got to have a it’s got to have a thesis it’s got a hypothesis I’ve got to know where it’s going and remember the question you’re looking at is is pretty much is the United Nations and non-governmental organizations effectively helping and supporting the the process of intervening and making lives better for those people that need their lives we make better so that’s what we doing with your your introduction I want to see I kind of not now in what’s gonna follow and want to see in miniature your answer to that overarching question now in each of the body paragraphs you know firstly Rwanda we need to see as teachers we need to see that you’ve got knowledge you know what happened the key features the key points being 800,000 deaths in a hundred days being that the background to the Hutu its you rivalry be the machetes be it the power radio we need to know that you have acquired you start with knowledge so that’s the first thing we need to see we need to see analysis right we need to see why the United Nations was as good or not good or as effective or ineffective as we have explained it it was like what factors influence that the effectiveness over the waters of the UN that visual analysis in this paragraph so you are analyzing what the UN’s response was and why it was so she ultimately then you evaluating their response you’re saying how good it was based on the evidence so that’s the key thing each of your paragraphs in the second paragraph on the human right of your choice you’ve got to show me but you’ve done some research right be it kids who are working in a in a bandwidth issue factory billion Pakistani kids were stitching together footie balls and B refugees we’re trying to settle in a new country or beer women who and girls who are facing lack of educational choice of like Malala maybe some of you have used Malala anyway but again why they’re facing these choices can’t man is it and what has been the response already UN or particularly non-government organizations and you’ve seen on the screen today in class Human Rights Watch you’ve seen amnesty what is it that they do in order to make and pressurize government’s into doing stuff they publish statistics so when you evaluate in the response are more people getting executed in certainly Arabia in chop shops greater than they used to be if that’s the case how effective has the world response be more executions I would suggest means a lack of response from HG NGOs a Human Rights Watch Amnesty were a lack of effective response it might be that they come out and criticize and they say all dog do this selling Rabia as back on the rest but in terms of the actual effectiveness it can evaluate it based on the evidence lastly and we’ve given you fully intentionally some information about the stone wages how indigenous australians for many many many many years have had their wages almost like confiscated stopped and held by the state governments and not gotten back right so theft on a on a state even maybe a federal scale right that that these antigens people in a time when we hear about closing the gap learn legend all of those things those messages are different from the reality but in this you have to read the information you have to decide which of the the sources on the Stolen Generations of stone wages all around rights which of those you are going to say is a human right which has not been upheld or supported by Australian or state governments and how are you going to say that’s been the case how you gonna evidence it in your response right so there’s your three body paragraphs lastly your conclusions should should should wrap up effectively what you have been saying that ultimately the response of the United Nations has been brilliant and the response of the NGOs has been wonderful and everything in the world is happy alternatively it might be that the young responses haven’t been great but the NGOs of poor governments on notice they’ve made people very very aware of these issues and therefore countries are having to respond to those issues it might be that both the UN and the NGOs have been omission as long as you can support with well-constructed sentences paragraphs grammatically accurate with good vocabulary and good spelling this will be a breeze but you must make sure that your preparation page is being done I’m putting the guide of around a hundred words for that and any notes that you’re gonna use you take into the interview town and they’re well prepared and highlighting so you know exactly what you’re going to be writing about because it’s key that you know what you’re gonna say don’t get to the test and how in that hour and a quarter it will all just fall into place this is about preparation use this week in order to do your prep and make sure that when the exam we’re also you’re all set Gill’s good look and see you on the neck

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Assignment and delegation examples

okay let’s take a look at a couple of examples the first is an example of an assignment this example involves Joe who was a landlord renting an apartment to Mary the tenant for one year Mary is a student and really only needs the apartment for nine months because she’s going to go back home after the school year Mary works out a situation to sublet the apartment to Susan they will take over the apartment for the last three months Susan will move in and pay the rent until the lease is over so if you’re using the handout that was provided to you in the assignment folder you know that the first thing you have to do is figure out who the players are so I’m just going to go through and highlight everybody that’s involved so I see that there is a landlord it was Joe let’s see he’s reading to Mary he knows the tenant and then there’s a sublet going on to Susan so we have Joe mary and susan once you figure out who the players are the next step is to or identify the players the next step is to identify who’s in privity of contract so who has the direct contractual relationship here Joe is the landlord and he is in contract with Mary who was the tenant later Mary at Susan to this scenario to sublet so she’s gonna be the supp BC actually I’m just gonna write sublet so Joe and Mary are in privity of contract Susan is a third-party who’s involved the next step is when did this happen when did the third party get involved in this relationship so if you just think about it practically Joe and Mary had to set up a contract it spelled out all the times of the lease and we know that it was fun for one year so they’re finished after the formation of this contract so nine months down the road Mary brings sue into this relationship so sue comes in after so we know using this handout that if sue becomes involved after it’s either going to be an assignment or delegation so then you have to look at actually what’s what’s going on what kind of transfer you’re dealing with here we’re dealing with a transfer of rights because if actually what’s gonna happen is sue is gonna come in or Susan’s gonna come in and take over the lease for the last three months so she’s gonna move in pay rent and so Mary’s rights to the apartment are being transferred so an assignment is a transfer of Rights and that’s what you have going on here most contracts can be assigned in your handout notes exceptions and the effect of this type of relationship that is the law here is that the assignee that’s what Susan is will stand in the shoes of the assign or and Susan will now have contractual rights under this contract and likewise Joe has contractual obligations now the only way that this wouldn’t happen is if there was something in this original contract that would prohibit this transfer of Rights so what Joe would have to do is specifically include an anti assignment clause or an approval clause which says he could that Susan could only come in if he agreed to it so this is an example of an assignment next we’re going to take a look at a delegation example in this example Bob contracts with a developer the development company to build on the house Bob works with the company to get the model and all the specifics for the house worked out and he’s expecting it’s gonna take about three months before the house will be ready for him to move in the development company hires independent contractors to help them build the various stages of the house and in our example we’re gonna look at the framing of the house which is being done by framers incorporated so the first step is to figure out what’s going on who are the players in this situation so we have Bob who’s the buyer we have the development company who’s going to be responsible for building the house and then we have framers incorporated the next step is to figure out who is in the direct relationship so who’s in privity of contract here we have Bob who’s your buyer working with the development company and they get into a contract and figure out what type of house is going to be built so these two are in the direct relationship they are in privity of contract next you have the development company hiring out two framers incorporated to do the framing so essentially there is a separate contract here so we have another agreement whereby the framers are going to frame the house so they’re going to perform some of the duties that the development company has undertaken with the buyer so the next question is when did the framers who are our third parties come into the contract and here it’s pretty straightforward you can see that the contract was in place between Bob and the developer and then after the formation of this contract the third party was brought in so if you go back to your chart you see that you’re on this side so it’s after formation and here we’re looking at a transfer of duties so this is the transfer of duties to perform just part of building the house and that is a delegation so when you have a delegation it’s important to remember that most contracts may be delegated there’s only a few exceptions and that’s when they involve personal service contracts calling for the exercise of personal skills discretion or expertise you also can’t delegate when the delegation would materially vary the contract but outside of those circumstances most contracts can be delegated if the parties in the original contract don’t want a delegation to take place they need to include an anti delegation clause at the onset of their creation of their contract

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Human rights report: senegal

hi it’s Kelsey and I’m going to be talking about my human rights report on Senegal so Senegal is in western Africa and as you can see it is bordered by Mauritania Mali Guinea Bissau Guinea and the Gambia which is actually inside of Senegal overall I give Senegal a b-minus in terms of Human Rights and I’ll explain that in this video about my website so a few facts about Senegal um here are just some like this it’s statistics about Senegal but some of the most interesting facts I found was in terms of the language the official language of Senegal is French but less than 20% of the population speaks it in fact only about one to two percent of the female Senegalese population speaks it in about 15 to 20 percent of the male Simon please population the most common language is bola which is opened by about 80% of Senegalese people but there are over thirty six official languages in Senegal another fact is that the unemployment rate is 48 percent in Senegal which is so drastic and this is due to the fact that there is a lot of education especially for women and so a lot of children and women work in unofficial unskilled labor domestic jobs now for some historical background about Senegal it was originally a French colony and went through a few years of being parts of different Federation’s like the Mali Federation which only lasted a few months and then the Sena Gambia which lasted a few years before Senegal broke often became its own Democratic Republic it was ruled by the Socialist Party for four years in the twentieth century but now is just a presidential democracy and the current president is President Sall so the first human rights issue is forced child begging um there are a lot of Quranic schools in Senegal and a lot of them are valid schools and teach children but the fact that there is a lot of regulation of these schools in Senegal creates an opportunity for people who want to exploit children so people open schools under the impression that they’ll teach children but in fact they force children to go out on the street every day and beg for money or food and then beat them if they don’t reach this quota that they’ve set um and the physical I guess conditions that the kids are in are horrible and really unsafe and led to eight boys being killed in 2013 when one of these schools burnt down which led the government to try to put their foot down and try to reg you regulate the schools more but nothing has really come of it another human rights issue is freedom of expression specifically in relation to music and rap and um local news so two rappers both in songs and rap and in speeches have criticized the previous president president wave who served from 2000 to 2012 and were wrongfully arrested and detained and threatened for speaking out against the government also on the national news station lots of newscasters are afraid to report breaking news that might look bad reflect badly on the government because they’re afraid of being threatened and losing their job so in that sense freedom of expression isn’t really guaranteed in Senegal because people are afraid if they say something they’ll be hurt now in terms of women’s rights on paper gender equality in Senegal seems great basic human rights are set out in the Constitution saying that many women have equal rights and there’s also this thing called the gender parity law which says that the number of nominated candidates for elected local office need to be equal in terms of gender which some people see as great some people don’t because the fact is that a lot of girls and lot of women aren’t educated in Senegal because a lot of children don’t go to school and specifically a lot of girls drop out to work outside the home and so while this law is great for ensuring opportunity at the level of elected official there aren’t a lot of women in all who are actually educated enough to become part of that class and part of that position as long as people want to see more action in education as opposed to this type of law so here are some images of boys in a qur’anic school um and here’s another photo of senegalese children in school almost 40% of Senegalese children don’t go to school and that number increases as children age and this is a photo of a Senegalese woman who um who is helped by the organization plan International which gives money to people in Senegal who want to start their own businesses um LGBTQ rights in Senegal are not so great um in 2015 7 gay men were arrested for homosexual acts which is really a blow to the anti hiv/aids I guess movement because they HIV is strongly linked to the queer community so people who need medical help are afraid to come out and say that they need medical help because they don’t want to be added and they don’t want to be arrested and as you can see here with a young gay man community um in the past 10 years HIV has increased dramatically one NGO working in Senegal is Plan International and plans 3 I guess tenants of work in Senegal has to do with youth economic empowerment education and health as I said education is not like widely participated in I guess in Senegal and so Plan International tries to promote education and keeping kids in school so overall I gave Senegal a b-minus because on paper it seems like a fairly equal or fairly I guess like progressing country but society is really what is holding human rights and send the call back and society’s catch up with the way that the laws in Senegal work which is why I gave something all a b-minus I hope you enjoyed listening Thanks

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Global report – 17-september -2008

welcome to insta blogs global report this is sukhmani with fresh updates and more citizen voices from all over the world stories for the day our US Federal Reserve’s 85 billion dollar lil rescues AIG from near collapse political parties in India demand implementation of tada Britain introduces sarah’s law to ensure child protection South Korea and United States prepared for posts Kim jong-il era the US Federal Reserve’s 85 billion dollar loom has rescued the largest insurer AIG from certain collapse the decision to salvage aiga with public money followed fares of devastating impact the impending failure could have on the financial systems worldwide seizure prince campbell disapproves with the Federal Reserve’s decision to use public money in order to save private businesses and demands more effective market safeguards this is Prince Campbell citizen journalist from the US reporting for insta blogs com the Federal Reserve has managed to turn the tide that could have shipped the very foundations of the global market system all the talk of the new imminent collapse of AIG has been put to rest now after the feds 85 billion dollar long rescue however the most radical intervention and central bank’s history to save private business bone to raise for its controversy the government has put taxpayers hard-earned money at risk to protect bad investments made by eid and other farms it also brings up many questions why only AIG and not lehman brothers are Bear Stearns who are allowed to fade out with a precedent already established the Federal Reserve should probably brace itself for other possible bailouts finally the deregulated financial system of the u.s. stands badly exposed now for its inefficiencies the government must now introduce safety measures to keep a tab on the functioning of private financial businesses political parties in India have renewed the demand for the implementation of repressive laws such as tartar and Porter the call comes after major Indian cities witnessed terrorist attacks most recent being New Delhi see geometry amon disapproves the demand to implement ardor he thinks that such laws have already proven counterproductive in fighting terrorism this is amit citizen journalist reporting from india after the deadly bombings voices advocating implementation of repressive laws and a photog never before undoubtably india needs a security mechanism which can effectively fight iterated but we certainly do not require a set of demonic loss that in which are human rights repressive laws such a stud and what I cannot be the antidote to the terror such laws based on ethnic profiling a counterproductive and have done more harm than good in the past our report card on human rights violation is already dismal and replete with incidents of fake encounters such draconian laws will only posted radicalization of the modulus and recommend dr of the extremists the comments should not therefore consider the implementation of such class it is time to drop off partisan politics and device concrete measures that fight terrorism without violating the basic freedom to life and liberty United Kingdom’s Home Office has introduced sarah’s law on trial basis to ensure child protection it follows the murder of Sarah Payne by a convicted sex offender in the year 2000 under the scheme parents and guardians can seek police investigation into background of people who have unsupervised access to their children CJ Amanda thamma sixth owes the measure and wants the law ensuring child protection to be implemented throughout the country this is amanda thomas citizen journalists reporting from the UK for insta blogs service law is a gigantic leap forward in the fight against crimes involving the abuse of children in the United Kingdom Sarah pains death at pans of a convicted paedophile Roy whiting has at last led to a dramatic and potentially far-reaching response from the authorities and single mothers parents and guardians to see clearly felt in conducting background checks on anybody with close access to their children information on people who could pose a threat to children will empower the parents and help them protect their children better so information on sex offenders should be made so that other parents who have not specifically applied for information become aware of pedophiles in their area public opinion strongly supports the notion that the scheme should be rolled out throughout Britain without any delay and community should actively participate to ensure its success South Korea and United States are preparing for a North Korea without Slater Kim jong-il a high-ranking security official from Co visited Washington to hold talks on a military contingency plan and possibility of South Korea leading reunification of Korean Peninsula in the event of drastic change in the north cedar crest park holes Kim jong-il responsible for North’s miseries and wants the south to recognize its responsibilities towards its northern neighbor this is chris baki citizen journalist from south korea good news finally for the korean peninsula the rumors surrounding Kim Jong Il’s frail helpless finely paved way for a contingency plan to meet any eventuality following the North’s collapse are totalitarian dynasty under Kim jong-il has transformed the country into a vast prison camp we’re living conditions are close to medieval whatever the state generated propaganda can come up with nothing can cover up the Dear Leader’s disastrous policies which have brought starvation and death to more than a million people since the 1990s many have fled the country after attempting the most daring escapes across the border our Korea can boast of its nuclear capabilities but nothing can conceal the squalor misery and repression subjected on its populace it’s high time South Korea recognizes its responsibility and rescue its second half from addictive tyranny without worrying about the cost of absorbing the newly liberated rivers if you want your voice to be heard by millions let instead logs for your choice you can contact us at CJ at insta blogs com that’s all for today’s show we’ll be back with fresh updates and more citizen voices delenn it’s goodbye from the entire team of hook report I

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