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Zola Beatty

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Zola Beatty on Monday October 5, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSCI 291 at Clark University taught by Mark Miller in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see /class/219541/psci-291-clark-university in Political Science at Clark University.




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Date Created: 10/05/15
Robbie Lopez Lawyers and American Politics Questions 2 1 In trying to achieve professionalism how will the lawyers confront the barriers in their own profession and how can it be monitored Should the public help 2 Do you believe qualified nonlawyers should be licensed to offer routine legal assistance for matters like uncontested divorces whereas the real lawyers will focus on competition accessibility and consumer choice in an attempt to become more professional 3 Do you believe the stressful male dominated law school has in uenced lawyers to be unprofessional Robbie Lopez Lawyer s seminar Questions 3 1 Rhode in the previous book spoke about the profession and being professional do N V L V you believe that it is part of a lawyer s profession in a big rm to work with litigation cases rather than referring them or avoiding them totally Litigation occupies less than onetenth the time of a large law rm and reported that some firms avoid it entirely 32 Or do you think in order to maintain that professionalism lawyers from big law rms should focus on certain cases Francis N Bangs said no man is t to practice law who is not able to practice it without law books 8 Lawyers of today are very dependent on the adjudged cases and books Does that make them an inferior lawyer Does it make them un professional Or is it just because of the many different cases including the corporate sectors What is the reward of joining a small rm Wouldn t you rather join the promotiontopartner tournament where the program provides incentive for associates to work hard The large rms promote a constant percentage of each class to partner at the end of a xed period of time The smaller rms have no surplus shareable human capital and are required to retire at a particular age What s the reward in a small rm


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