(1) HOW TO BRIEF A CASE:
Briefing a case for your law class is an essential skill that all law students and lawyers must possess to perform well in their legal practice, after graduating from law school. The sooner a law student develops this skill in law school, the sooner they can overcome the hurdle of filtering information to get to precise rules and analysis.
Most first year law students write out their case briefs. To properly brief, use the IRAC method. Identify the issue raised, the rule of law the court applied, the reasoning the court used, and the holding of the court based on that reasoning.
Law students also practice for their law exams by briefing cases because they are designed to test the same skills they learn from briefing cases.
(2) HOW LST HELPS STUDENTS
LST – Law School Tutor assists students in achieving high grades, in order to ensure that they have better academic opportunities during law school and better job opportunities after law school.
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