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Project Budget$250 - $750 USD
Please see project brief attached.
We need someone to read through 137 Wikipedia articles and summarise a series of High Court cases.
**You will have:**
• A law degree from an Australian institution.
• Impeccable English writing skills.
• Great work ethic.
1. For each case listed, do the following:
a. Read the article
b. Complete the fields below in a word table, rewriting the article as necessary to ensure that each section makes sense on its own.
1. List of cases: [url removed, login to view]
2. Table fields:
a. Relevant area of law
e. Medium Neutral Citation
f. Date Decided
g. Appeal (yes or no)
h. Background (if relevant)
j. Legal argument
l. Reasoning (the ratio)
m. Dissents (if relevant)
We expect the Freelancer to produce professional quality work. Milestone payments will be payable on the completion of every 10 cases. The freelancer must not begin the next set of cases until the previous 10 have been approved. If at any point we find a set of cases to be of poor quality and do not approve them, the freelancer should not undertake any more work. At this point the project will be deemed complete by both parties and all outstanding payments will be returned to us.
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