IRAC (pronounced EYE-rack) is an acronym that generally stands for: Issue, Rule, Application, and Conclusion. It functions as a methodology for legal analysis. The IRAC format is mostly used in hypothetical questions in law school and bar exams.
IRAC may refer to:
- Infrared Array Camera, an instrument aboard the Spitzer Space Telescope
- IRAC, Issue, Rule, Application, and Conclusion, a method for legal analysis
- Israel Religious Action Center, a division of the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism
- Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission, an independent tribunal that hears appeals on issues relating to land use, property and revenue (sales) tax and unsightly premises. It administers land ownership legislation in Prince Edward Island and regulates the petroleum industry and automobile insurance rates.
- Integrated Resilient Aircraft Controls, part of NASA's Aviation Safety program
- Insecticide Resistance Action Committee, a specialist technical industry association providing a coordinated response to prevent or delay the development of resistance in insect and mite pests