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I.R.A.C. Rubric

 

                                    1 - 2 points                              3-4 points                    5 points

 

 

 

 

5 written assignments;

 

25 points

total

· Few legal issues correctly identified.

· Few rule(s) or law(s) identified or correctly stated

· Your analysis is inaccurate and does not link the facts of the scenario to the rule or laws in question.

· Your legal conclusions are not based on your analysis

 

· Some legal issues correctly identified

· Some rule(s) or law(s) identified and correctly stated.

· Your analysis is accurate and attempts to link the facts of the scenario to the rule or laws in question.

· Your legal conclusions flow from your legal analysis

 

· All legal issues correctly identified and stated in the form of  questions.

· All relevant rule(s) or law(s) identified and correctly stated.

· Your analysis accurately determines how the rules or laws you have identified apply to the set of facts in the scenario.

· Your analysis also contemplates counter arguments or counter positions

· Your legal conclusions logically flow from your legal analysis

 

                                   

 

Group Research Project Presentation Rubric

 

                                    Below                                      Meets                         Exceeds

Presentation

(10 points)

Written Plan

(10 points)

Instructor assessment in bold.

· Few legal issues correctly identified.

· Few rule(s) or law(s) identified or correctly stated

· The analysis is inaccurate and does not link the facts of the situation to the rule or laws in question.

· The legal conclusions are not based on the analysis

· There is insufficient evidence of legal research

· There is evidence that  each team member did not contribute to the team work.

· Some legal issues correctly identified

· Some rule(s) or law(s) identified and correctly stated.

· The analysis is accurate and attempts to link the facts of the situation to the rule or laws in question.

· The legal conclusions flow from the legal analysis

· There is evidence of adequate legal research

· Each team member contributed to the team work

 

· All legal issues correctly identified and stated in the form of  questions.

· All relevant rule(s) or law(s) identified and correctly stated.

· The analysis accurately determines how the rules or laws identified apply to the set of facts.

· The analysis also contemplates counter arguments or counter positions and offers fall-back positions

· The legal conclusions logically flow from the  legal analysis

· There is evidence of comprehensive legal research

· Each team member made a significantly valuable contribution to the team work

 

Peer Assessment in Regular type

(5 points from peers.)

· The learning experience was somewhat valuable.

· The presentation subtracted from the overall learning experience

· Individual contributions are evident.

 

· The learning experience was valuable.

· The presentation complimented the overall learning experience

· Individual contributions are coherently organized.

 

· The learning experience was very valuable.

· The presentation enhanced the overall learning experience

· Collaboration of the team is evident.