When advocating for a client, you do not want to skip to the conclusion.  It is necessary to build up the argument with support – link the law and the facts with words like “because.”  This has applications in law school exams, court arguments, and correspondence-based advocacy.  Correspondence-based advocacy includes government submissions where we are making arguments with supporting documents.  Learn about the IRAC and CRAC methods and how to gain sympathy for your client by painting a picture in words.

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