Scholarly legal articles often follow this arrangement:
1. Introduction - includes the statement of the claim (In other words: point of view, opinion, thesis statement, problem & solution or issue & resolution)
2. Background Section - Describes the existing law, facts and/or history necessary to understand the problem.
3. Proof of the Claim - Show your claim is correct and the best way to solve the problem.
Source: Eugene Volokh, Academic Legal Writing: Law review articles, student notes, seminar papers, and getting on law review 10 (Thomson Reuters 2016).