Memorandum of Law: Case Briefs The question you are going to try and answer is: "Do the Virginia courts follow the same unconscionability doctrine as set out and applied in Jones v. Star Credit Corp.?"
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Memorandum of Law: Case Briefs The question you are going to try and answer is: "Do the Virginia courts follow the same unconscionability doctrine as set out and applied in Jones v. Star Credit Corp.?"

Memorandum of Law: Case Briefs The question you are going to try and answer is: "Do the Virginia courts follow the same unconscionability doctrine as set out and applied in Jones v. Star Credit Corp.?" The Jones case is a New York case. The citation for this case is: Jones v. Star Credit Corp., 298 N.Y.S.2d 264 (Sup. Ct. 1969). However, before comparing the standards in your rough draft you need to create 5 case briefs. Below, I have detailed the ten steps that you need to follow. I recommend printing this document and using it as a checklist. Log-on to Lexis Nexis Academic. For this course, we will be using the Lexis Nexis Academic research service. This search engine is available to you through the myLU portal. In the MyAccess box click on the “Library” link. Once you are on the Library page, click on the tab at the top of the page labeled Collections. Click on the option under “Electronic” labeled “Databases.” Then, click on the letter L in the Box on the left-hand side labeled “Browse by Letter.” You will be able to access the database from this page. For additional instructions on using Lexis Nexis Academic, click on the document in the announcement labeled “Lexis Nexis Research Instructions.”