Demand Letter and Contingency Fee Agreement
Along with composing memoranda, a paralegal’s legal writing skills come into play in drafting other legal documents, whether as part of client communication or court filings. In this exercise, you’ll be drafting an attorney demand letter to opposing counsel and the defendant, as well as a contingency fee agreement for your own client to agree to and sign.
Week 2 Tasks
Draft two documents, an attorney demand letter to the defendants and a contingency fee agreement for your client, John, for the firm to represent him in a lawsuit for the personal injuries he sustained.
Using the case information as a guide, make up any information required to complete the contingency fee agreement. Cite all sources using Bluebook format.
Note: You may use Westlaw Formfinder as a guideline or this sample form:
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