follow the ‘IRAC’ formula in forming discussions. ‘I’ – IDENTIFY’ the legal issu

follow the ‘IRAC’ formula in forming discussions. ‘I’ – IDENTIFY’ the legal issue ‘R’ – Explain the ‘RULES’ (the law – legislation/judicial precedents from legal cases) surrounding the relevant area/ issue ‘A’ – APPLY the RULES – the relevant legal principles – to the issue and APPLY legal cases to support the opinion. ‘C’ ¬… Continue reading follow the ‘IRAC’ formula in forming discussions.
‘I’ – IDENTIFY’ the legal issu

follow the ‘IRAC’ formula in forming discussions. ‘I’ – IDENTIFY’ the legal issu

follow the ‘IRAC’ formula in forming discussions. ‘I’ – IDENTIFY’ the legal issue ‘R’ – Explain the ‘RULES’ (the law – legislation/judicial precedents from legal cases) surrounding the relevant area/ issue ‘A’ – APPLY the RULES – the relevant legal principles – to the issue and APPLY legal cases to support the opinion. ‘C’ ¬… Continue reading follow the ‘IRAC’ formula in forming discussions.
‘I’ – IDENTIFY’ the legal issu

Use IRAC mothed for solving each question. you do not have to cite the secondary

Use IRAC mothed for solving each question. you do not have to cite the secondary source where they viewed a case. You should only give the legal citation, not the website or book where they accessed details of the case. For example, this is the correct reference for this case – London Borough of Tower… Continue reading Use IRAC mothed for solving each question.
you do not have to cite the secondary

Use IRAC mothed for solving each question. you do not have to cite the secondary

Use IRAC mothed for solving each question. you do not have to cite the secondary source where they viewed a case. You should only give the legal citation, not the website or book where they accessed details of the case. For example, this is the correct reference for this case – London Borough of Tower… Continue reading Use IRAC mothed for solving each question.
you do not have to cite the secondary