Part 1: Identify the ArticleWhat is important here is that you provide the reader with enough information about your article so that he or she will beable to locate the article.Part 2: SummaryList the main points that the author has tried to establish (i.e., first, second, third, fourth, fifth). There normally will be threeto five main points. If you are summarizing a court case, you should discuss the following: What provision of the law wasat issue? Briefly state the facts of the case. What legal tests were applied? Were there any unusual elements in the case?Include all major key points made by the author. If the author addressed any major concepts or methodology, this shouldalso be explained.Part 3: Your CritiqueYou are to provide your reaction (insightful, critical, and logical) to the points that the author tried to make or an overallcritique of the entire article. A simple statement of agreement or disagreement is not enough. While you may make such astatement by way of introduction to your reaction, you must clearly and logically state the reasons for the position that youhave taken. If you are summarizing a case, your critique should address whether or not you agree with the court’sreasoning and decision and why. Your critique should be at least two pages longThe article you will be critiquing is attached!!