POSC – Lecture 7

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POSC – Lecture 7 3 weeks from the first midterm. (OCTOBER 8 TH ) Up until now we have been talking about some legal concepts and some case  law.  40% - very poli sci, specific information (regurgitate) 50-60% - read a hypothetical issue and conduct a constitution analysis.  Today we are going to talk about what that process involves. Next week, we will  do a practice hypothetical in class. In terms of conducting constitutional analysis, there  are 4 main parts. (IRAC) ISSUE RULE ANALYSIS CONCLUSION http://law.slu.edu/academic_support/irac.html http://209.85.173.104/search? q=cache:aH3U9qxwICUJ:https://www.law.berkeley.edu/students/asp/AS Identify what the constitutional issue is.  The first issue represented is…BLAH.  Rule is nothing more than the legal rule that dictates the issue at hand. issue that is raised herein is whether or not the doctrine of mootness prohibits 
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2008 for the course POSC 340 taught by Professor Auerbach during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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