August 15, 2008
E + IRAC = IREAC
Mark Wojcik's (John Marshall Law School, Chicago) explains why adding an E for "explanation" of the rule of law to IRAC will help legal writers get their point across to professors and judges in his brief Student Lawyer article, Add an E to Your IRAC [SSRN]. Readers are more likely to accept one's argument when a writer can demonstrate that it is consistent with the rule's purpose. In his article, Wojcik identifies three ways to explain rules of law. The article is an excellent handout for 1L legal research and writing classes. [JH]
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The all three points mentioned by Mark Wojcik's in the article are completely acceptable and valid, explains every thing in detail about the rules of law, its great work done by the Mark.
Posted by: state law posters | Jan 14, 2011 4:06:41 PM
Add an E to Your IRAC This article is intended for law students and legal writing professors.
As a person who always keep on eye on this area, may be it is good book for me to read. Thanks to Mark Wojcik's contribution.
Posted by: Catrina | Mar 26, 2009 1:58:58 AM