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follow the ‘IRAC’ formula in forming discussions. ‘I’ – IDENTIFY’ the legal issu

follow the ‘IRAC’ formula in forming discussions.
‘I’ – IDENTIFY’ the legal issue
‘R’ – Explain the ‘RULES’ (the law – legislation/judicial precedents from legal cases) surrounding the relevant area/ issue
‘A’ – APPLY the RULES – the relevant legal principles – to the issue and APPLY legal cases to support the opinion.
‘C’ ¬ give a CONCLUSION to the issue. This formula may be used over and over again in addressing all of the issues relating to each of the parties in the assignment question.
Follow Instructions and Marking Criteria.
– you do not have to cite the secondary source where they viewed a case. You should only give the legal citation, not the website or book where they accessed details of the case.

Use IRAC mothed for solving each question. you do not have to cite the secondary

Use IRAC mothed for solving each question.
you do not have to cite the secondary source where they viewed a case. You should only give the legal citation, not the website or book where they accessed details of the case.
For example, this is the correct reference for this case – London Borough of Tower Hamlets v Mr J Wooster [2009] All ER (D) 160 – not London Borough of Tower Hamlets v Mr J Wooster, Turner, C (2013) Unlocking Employment Law, 383. Do not use abbreviations such as ‘eq’, ‘ie’ or simplify words such as ‘because’ to ‘cos’ or ‘for’ to ‘4’. It is important to observe and use good academic English in answering assignment questions, be it an essay or a problem question.
Each answer should be like a small essay.
The answer must not be purely descriptive and efforts must be taken to relate the answer to the question throughout the discussion. However, if you make an assertion you must support it with an academic reference or legal authority.