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Issue, Rule, Analysis, Conclusion = IRAC
issue of a successful legal argument is prefaced by a concise, to the point coin-flip.
Should it be, or should it not be?
The Socratic Method
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The rule may be split into two components …
Current Majority View
What is the current view as expressed by the majority of federal districts and state courts based on the common law with reference to the UCC, 2nd Restatements, etc. et al?
The Minority View
What is the minority view as expressed by the dissent?
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The analysis reviews both sides of the legal coin in depth.
A concise conclusion wraps the argument …
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Expound the solution …
Raw Code, Issues, and Sources
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