Study Guide-Chapter 5
1. What are the most common forms of ADR, and how do they differ from each
2. What types of disputes are best suited to resolution through ADR? Which are
3. What do the proponents of ADR see as the advantage
Chapter 4-Structure of the Court System 1. What are the two basic functions of trial courts? 2. What is
the difference between questions of law and questions of fact? 3. Why is it important to know the
difference between a question of law and question of
1. What are the three major ways that attorneys categorize law? 2. What is the difference between
substantive and procedural law? 3. In terms of the harm caused, what is the difference between civil
and criminal law? 4. What is federalism? 5. What is the
Chapter Two Learning Module 2 The Structure & Function of Law 1. What is law? 2. Be able to
identify and explain the following theories of jurisprudence? a. Natural Law b. Legal Formalism c.
Positivism d. Legal Realism including Critical Race Theory 3. Be
Learning Module #1 Goal #1 Students will have an understanding of the IRAC Method of Analysis. a.
Students will know how to spot a legal issue. b. Students will learn how to articulate a legal rule. c.
Students will know how to analyze the application of