Mastering the IRAC Method for Law School Success
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- How to use the IRAC (Issue - Rule - Application - Conclusion) method effectively and intuitively to excel in law school examinations.
- No formal requirements or prerequisites for this course, but students will get the most out of the course if they are already enrolled in an undergraduate law course.
The IRAC (Issue - Rule - Application - Conclusion) method is a critically important skill used in answering problem questions in law school examinations. It provides students with a clear and logical structure for answering problem questions. Yet the majority of students are not wholly comfortable with what this skill requires of them and that leads to underperformance in examinations.
If you are interested in learning how to master the IRAC method so that you can tackle problem questions with confidence and score higher grades in examinations, you've come to the right place!
- Law students who are determined to write stand-out answers to problem questions!
In this quick video, I welcome you to the course and explain what we are trying to achieve in this section.
In this lecture, we cover the basics of what the IRAC method actually is, and we discuss the type of law school examination question for which the method can be used.