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 »

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 »

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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 »

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Drake University Law School offers free legal brief templates in the Library section of its website. In the same section, users also find an instructional presentation on brief formatting. Another way to obtain a free br... More »

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Some tips for writing a legal brief include focusing on the issues rather than personally attacking the other side with name calling as well as researching whether the judge deciding the case previously wrote about the i... More »

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The Law Dictionary explains that writing a legal statement involves documenting the facts and judicial principles that are at issue in a legal case. Legal statements are written by both sides in a dispute and designed to... More »

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 »

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