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I knew Professor Flower was my favorite professor when he stated “I will never repeat an outfit”. From day one he presented himself with so much integrity and seemed to have a great deal of authority but wills it with such grace to the point where you can’t help but wish to become him. His gentleman like demeanor lingered in the air and it was contagious. He presented himself as the strap up your boots and make it happen type of man (but he wouldn’t actually be wearing boots, of course, more like loafers). He also talked about our perspective on life which he reference to a small box and not only how his class but how completely an observation report was going to expand our small box. When he first stated that all of our perspectives were small, …show more content…
The Chief Judge of the case was Sara Doyle and her sidekick was Judge William M, Ray II. Ms. Doyle started with a joke telling both lawyer not to waste her time and that she hoped what they had to argue was exciting because she went to bed fairly late and she hadn’t had her coffee. The courtroom gathered in laughter and Mr. Ray politely just said hello. I’m guessing time was something they did not have to spare because Ms. Doyle spent no time starting and allowing them to gather all their materials so both her and Mr. Ray could analyze both sides of each argument. The case argued was between two friends – Mr. Ronan Patrick Doherty and Mr. William Sims Stone. It was the GLOCK, INC. ET AL. v. JAMES R. HARPER, III case. First, Mr. Doherty spoke and I must say I was anticipating him to say “may it please the court” as Professor Flower said it was a signal to let the court know you were about to speak, a sign of expressing your due diligence. Although, he didn’t he still thoroughly explained why his client was harmed by the company and why certain things shouldn’t stand, along with that why his client should be paid and a certain rule should be removed. I must admit they speak at a rapid pace and although I write quickly there was no way I could process all the information that was being talked about in courtroom. Mr. Doherty did bring up statutory language, the 2015 Hidden Predator Act (Section 6, Section 8) and how these were grounds to prove why his client should be reimbursed for such harsh treatment. This reminded me a lot of the Ledbetter vs. Goodyear case discussed in class. Although his client wasn’t a female and he wasn’t fighting to be paid equally, his client was still fighting for equality which is something I feel shouldn’t be a topic of discussion in this day and time. Mr. Doherty went on and as he

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