Criminal law

Complete 1,2 and 3 using the provided topic

Topic: you are interning as a paralegal at a law firm. Your job is about filing paperwork about family law, immigration documents, criminal law.

1. Include a short introduction and a thesis statement about your internship at the law firm.

2. A general analysis of the intern experience and how it related to academic experiences; that is, “bridging the gap” between facts, theory, and practice. In this regard, At least 10 scholarly citations must be provided. In this section, you should address what you learned about the way justice is sought and achieved (or not) in the real world. You may contrast your specific observations to what scholarly research suggests about how that kind of agency or organization functions. Point out ways in which experiences and observations confirmed coursework and ways in which they contradicted it.

3. Provide a short concluding paragraph that summarizes the main points of the paper and provides final thought.

The paper must be in APA format, which includes 12-point Times New Roman font, double spaced, with one-inch margins

must be 6 pages Quality work please

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Being an intern made me get a chance to listen to many cases, which gave me an eye-opener on how to apply my law studies in practice. One of the rulings that happened concerning child custody made me understand that the child’s interests are best attended to when custody decisions are made in the child’s country of usual residence.  According to the Supreme Court (Estin et al.,  2020), a child’s customary residence depends on the case circumstances and does not depend on the parents’ agreement on where the child will be raised. For example, suppose the parents had agreed the child will be raise by grandparents in another country. In that case, the court might differ depending on the convenience of the grandparents, security or background, and the wellbeing of the child.

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