Cracking the Code to Writing Legal Arguments: From IRAC to CRARC to Combinations in Between

Since the Dashboard for this blog tells me that a frequent search term that brings visitors here is “IRAC,” I thought I’d include this new item from the Legal Scholarship Network:

“Cracking the Code to Writing Legal Arguments: From IRAC to CRARC to Combinations in Between”

New York State Bar Association Journal, Vol. 82, No. 6, July/August 2010

GERALD LEBOVITS, Saint John’s University – School of Law, Columbia University – Law School

This article discusses how to organize the argument section of trial and appellate briefs and discusses the IRARC/CRARC methods as options to IRAC, BaRAC, CIRAC, CRAFADC, CREAC, CRuPAC, FIRAC, FORAC, IDAR, IGPAC, ILAC, IRAAAPC, IREAC, MIRAT, RAFADC, TREACC, and TRRAC.

Source:  LSN Law & Courts eJournal Vol. 4 No. 78,  08/13/2010

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