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Framing Injunctions

This exercise is intended for students who have studied this issue in class, and wish to refine and apply what they have learned. It includes several essay questions, along with their model answers.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the lesson, the student will be able to:
1. Discuss why injunctions must be framed with "specificity" and with "reasonable detail."
2. Explain why a court always has discretion to deny relief even when the plaintiff is suffering immediate and irreparable injury.
3. Analyze ways in which attorneys are allowed to participate in the process of drafting the decree.

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