The purpose of this assignment is to help you prepare a closing statement that you would deliver at the end of an arbitration hearing. Please read the instructions below and the scenario before responding.
Attempts: As many as you’d like. You may save as a draft and revise before submitting.
Due date/time: 11:59pm Sunday, November 22, 2020
Total points: 150
Writing expectations: Please use correct grammar, spelling, capitalization, punctuation and topic sentences. Please submit your work by attaching a Word document.
Quality of writing = 20 points
Adherence to chapter 14 guidelines and primacy-recency effect = 60 points
Thoroughness = 40 points
Effective storytelling = 30 points
Academic integrity: You may discuss this assignment with others; however, you must produce your own work without the assistance of others.
Closing statement: Using the scenario below, the content in chapter 14 of the CP&P text and the primacy-recency effect, write a closing statement that you, the Bank’s Senior Manager of HR, will draft for the Assistant General Counsel’s consideration for delivery at the end of the hearing. Since the arbitrator has given the parties a 1-hour break before giving each 5 minutes to make a closing statement, you must draft quickly and be prepared to please the AGC and persuade the arbitrator.
You believe that telling a story is the most compelling method of persuading an arbitrator.
You have put together the entire case and have been present for the entire hearing.
You are a good persuasive writer, believe in the primacy-recency effect and adhere to the recommendations offered in chapter 14 of the CP&P text.
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