To brief a case using the IRAC method, one must include sections that describe the issue and the rule, a section for the application of the rule to the issue and a conclusion, says Law School Survival. These sections do ... More » Government & Politics Law

The typical layout of a trial brief includes an introduction, a statement of facts, a question presented, point headings and an argument, explains the City University of New York School of Law. Each court system has its ... More » Government & Politics Law

Common legal briefs include the merits brief and the amicus brief, notes Rottenstein Law Group. In a merits brief, a party to a case lays out legal arguments and explains to the court why they are compelling. The amicus ... More » Government & Politics Law
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