S11 Case Brief Instructions

S11 Case Brief Instructions - MediaLaw CaseBriefs CaseBriefs

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Media Law Case Briefs
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Case Briefs Account for 20 percent of your grade You will write two case briefs during the semester Only one third of the class get assigned a case at a  time First deadline is Feb. 3 for TTh class and Feb. 9 for  MW ITV classes (first 1/3 of the students according to  the class roll) Assignment lists will be placed on TRACS in Case  Briefs Folder in Resources
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Case Brief Format I. Facts II. Issue III. Rule IV. Analysis V. Conclusion VI. Recommendations
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Case Briefs Facts and IRAC – Issue, Rule, Analysis, Conclusion Facts: briefly summarize the pertinent facts of the case Think of who, what, where, when, why and how Include a brief description of the case’s legal history  (trial court ruling, appellate court ruling, etc.)
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Case Briefs Issue: write the issue of the case in the form of a  question
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Case Briefs Rule: the law that is controlling There might be more than one rule
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