Jm Mid-semester Production Meeting Quiz

15 Questions | Total Attempts: 35

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Production Quizzes & Trivia

Feats of mental strength for TLR JMs


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    Starting off easy...If you realize that you aren't going to make a deadline given in the Production Schedule, what should you do?
    • A. 

      Don't say anything until you know for sure that you're going to miss it.

    • B. 

      Wait until you've actually missed the deadline, and then tell your ME.

    • C. 

      Immediately discuss the problem with your partner, your ME, and make sure someone lets Kelsey know.

    • D. 

      Deadline? What deadline?

  • 2. 
    Where can you always find the most up-to-date Production Schedule?
    • A. 

      On poster boards in the TLR suite

    • B. 

      By asking your ME

    • C. 

      In your article's Gmail account

    • D. 

      On the TLR Blog

  • 3. 
    How do you know if you have been assigned a Page Read?
    • A. 

      You'll get an email from Kelsey

    • B. 

      Look at the Production Schedule, scan across to the "Page Readers" column, and look for your name, and do this for each issue

    • C. 

      You'll just get the page read in your TLR suite mailbox with "Page Read" written on it

    • D. 

      The JMs who sub & cited the article will give it to you when they're finished

  • 4. 
    True or False:Page Read dates, once they've been posted, will never change.
    • A. 

      True.

    • B. 

      False.

  • 5. 
    True or False:You have to have your JM Manual with you at all times, because there aren't any copies just laying around in the TLR Suite.
    • A. 

      True.

    • B. 

      False.

  • 6. 
    Alright, getting tougher...Let's say you're making the source list.  You come across a footnote that has the following citation:  Brees v. Favre, 354 So.2d 78 (La. 2008) (citing Manning v. Brady, 92 So.2d 14 (La. 2007)). How many sources would you add to the source list?
    • A. 

      One: the Brees v. Favre case

    • B. 

      One: the Manning v. Brady case

    • C. 

      Two: both cases--Brees v. Favre and Manning v. Brady

    • D. 

      None of the above

  • 7. 
    You're gathering sources, and come across this one: Lawrence v. Texas, 539 U.S. 558 (2003)Find the online PDF (from the preferred source) of this case, what case ends on the page before Lawrence begins?
    • A. 

      Wiggins v. Smith

    • B. 

      U.S. v. Lovasco

    • C. 

      The Calder case

    • D. 

      The Chase Securities case

  • 8. 
    For this law review article, "Edward S. Adams, Dean E. Thomas Sullivan: Building a Stronger Foundation, 88 Minn. L. Rev. 1..." find the preferred source PDF.  When you open the PDF of the article, how many pages do you have to print to have everything required for the BBEs?
    • A. 

      What are BBEs?

    • B. 

      1 page, the first page of the article has everything

    • C. 

      2 pages, all the info is on the first two pages of the article

    • D. 

      3 pages, all the info is on the first three pages of the article

    • E. 

      4 pages, you need the first three pages of the article, as well as the cover sheet that Hein puts in the front of every PDF of an article

  • 9. 
    You're working on an article by an author named Melissa Engle.  You're gathering sources for that article, and source #43 is a case entitled "State of Louisiana v. Portacolous."  You find this case in PDF on Westlaw and download it.  Which of the following is the best name to give this PDF source when you save it and upload it to Gmail?
    • A. 

      Engle 43

    • B. 

      Portacolous 43

    • C. 

      43 State

    • D. 

      43 Portacolous

    • E. 

      43 Engle

  • 10. 
    TLR does not employ "_________" to cite consecutive sections or subsections of statutes. (Hint: use the Conventions doc)
  • 11. 
    How do you move a footnote from the end of one sentence to another?
    • A. 

      In the text, cross out the footnote you want to move and then write the footnote number at the end of the sentence where you want it moved

    • B. 

      In the text, circle the footnote you want to move, and draw an arrow to the place you want it moved

    • C. 

      In the footnotes, circle the citation in the footnote you want moved, and draw an arrow to the place you want it moved

    • D. 

      In the footnotes, cross out the citation you want moved, and rewrite it where you want the citation placed

  • 12. 
    True or False: If you add, delete, or combine footnotes in an article, you must renumber all of the footnotes to reflect what they should be after the addition, deletion, or combination of footnotes.
    • A. 

      True. That's all you have to do.

    • B. 

      True. You also have to change all the supras and infras to the correct footnote.

    • C. 

      False. You don't have to do anything, and Sandy's computer will fix everything perfectly.

    • D. 

      False. But, you need to double check the accuracy of the supras and infras when you get the input back to make sure the new footnote numbers are correct.

  • 13. 
    At Team Meeting #3, what do you and your partner need to give to your ME?
    • A. 

      The RCON copy and the clean input copy.

    • B. 

      Your source binder and the source list, plus the quote lists.

    • C. 

      Both you and your partner's sub & cite copies (with your name at the top), the RCON copy, your Progress Sheet, and the clean input copy or copies. Then you need to give your cover sheets to Kelsey.

    • D. 

      Nothing

  • 14. 
    How do you know what to look for when doing a Page Read?  Can you split up the things to look for between you and your partner?
    • A. 

      Page Read checklists were given out at training, and extra copies are in the TLR suite by the coffeemaker. No, you can't split up page read duties--both partners have to do their own individual edits before the Page Read RCON.

    • B. 

      The list of things to check for when doing a page read is in an email Kelsey sent a few weeks ago. Yes, you can split up the page read work.

    • C. 

      Page Read checklists will be in your TLR mailbox when you get your article. No you can't split up the Page Read work, but you can split up checking the quotes.

    • D. 

      A list of things to check in the Page Read is on the TLR Conventions document. No, you can't split up page read editing.

  • 15. 
    I wish my MEs were more _______________ (no wrong answers)
    • A. 

      Accessible. (it's too hard to get a response from them, or it takes too long)

    • B. 

      Helpful. (sometimes they don't give helpful answers or advice when I ask them something)

    • C. 

      On top of their stuff. (sometimes they don't seem to know deadlines or what we're supposed to be doing)

    • D. 

      Friendly. (sometimes they seem not so friendly or nice)

    • E. 

      Nothing. (they've been great!)

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