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Heather D.
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Writing
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Question:

What is the difference between in-text citations and a reference page?

Heather D.
Answer:

When citing outside material (anything that is not your own thought), you need to include both in-text citations and a reference page. In-text citations are included within the body of your paper such as (Anthony, 2000). The reference page is located at the end of your paper, on a separate page, and includes detailed information about the sources you used in your paper.

Law
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Question:

What is the difference between personal and subject matter jurisdiction?

Heather D.
Answer:

Jurisdiction is an essential concept in understanding courts and the legal system. There are two questions that must be answered before a judge will hear a case: the question of subject matter jurisdiction and the question of personal jurisdiction. A court will have jurisdiction over the subject matter depending on the topic of a case. There are only two basic ways to get a case to federal court which is diversity jurisdiction or a federal question, while many types of cases could be heard at the state level. Personal jurisdiction involves the court's authority over the defendant. Basically, a court will have jurisdiction over the defendant if she resides in the state, does business in the state, has minimum contacts, or caused harm in that state.

Pre-law
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Question:

Which area of law is best to take as an elective?

Heather D.
Answer:

Health law has been a hot area for available careers. It looks like this will continue for many years. There are various regulations that cover the industry including anti-kick back, fraud, and Stark laws.

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