IRAC vs. CRAC – which do you use?
There are two main approaches that writers take to analysis of a legal issue – IRAC and CRAC. The IRAC (Issue, Rule, Analysis, Conclusion) approach first states the issue, then analyzes the issue, and then states the conclusion. The CRAC (conclusion, rule, analysis, conclusion) approach is similar to IRAC but, instead of beginning with a neutral statement of the legal issue, it is started by revealing the conclusion that has been reached. This video compares these two approaches and discusses the importance of reviewing you writing.
Lesser, Newman, Aleo & Nasser LLP
- Partner at Lesser, Newman, Aleo & Nasser in Northampton, Massachusetts
- Previously worked at two private law firms that focused on representing employees in disputes with their employers
- Previously worked at a nonprofit organization in Boston, Massachusetts, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights
- Practice includes various areas of civil litigation, with a focus on representing employees
- Has represented countless women who have experienced discrimination in the workplace, including discrimination in the terms and conditions of employment as well as sexual harassment
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