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LS 101 Final: Ideas, Definitions, and Notes for Legal Studies Final Exam Essay Questions

This document contains a thorough analysis of each possible essay question for the final exam (as provided by the professor). Each answer includes the definitions of any major terms and key concepts in the question as well as several brainstorm ideas for possible answers. The questions are taken from a document provided by the professor from which the exam will include 3 to 4 of them. Legal Studies 101 is a first year course at the University of Waterloo. The notes are from online lectures with Professor Patrick Watson.

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