Research Paper On Lawyers

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  • The Lawyer from Springfield

    This 3 page paper discusses the play “The Lawyer of Springfield” and answers two questions that it raises about theater and humanity.

  • The Defense is Ready by Leslie Abramson

    A 6 page analysis of Abramson¹s autobiographical account of her career as a defense lawyer. The writer argues that by the time the reader finishes Abramson¹s narrative, it is possible to have an appreciation of a lawyer¹s perspective on how everyone is entitled to the best legal representation possible. No additional sources cited.

  • Malpractice, Lawyers, and Insurance

    20 pages in length. Although one might duly expect one's lawyer to be forthright and principled in his/her approach to law, this is unfortunately not always the case. Sometimes unintentionally negligent while other times malicious in intent, attorneys are fallible human beings like everyone else in all other sectors of commerce; just because they get paid to uphold the law does not mean they always do. The extent to which lawyers breach their ethical and/or legal oath is wholly dependent upon the state and circumstances; with America's recognized disdain for law professionals, it is no wonder why there is such a need for attorneys to carry malpractice insurance. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Public Interest and Lawyers

    This 28 page paper sets out to consider the proposition that lawyer operate in the public interest. The paper starts this by defining the role of the lawyer, which includes the UK definitions of both barristers and solicitors. Following this the meaning of public interest is discussed with reference to different perspectives, and the manifestation of the way law seeks to serve the public interest is examined, with the theories of Devlin and Hart. The final part of the paper then considers how public interest is served with the examination of a well known case where public interests were of paramount importance; the extradition proceeding of General Pinochet, a case where it is often assumed that public interests were not served. The bibliography cites 20 sources.

  • Malpractice, Lawyers, and Insurance

    20 pages in length. Although one might duly expect one's lawyer to be forthright and principled in his/her approach to law, this is unfortunately not always the case. Sometimes unintentionally negligent while other times malicious in intent, attorneys are fallible human beings like everyone else in all other sectors of commerce; just because they get paid to uphold the law does not mean they always do. The extent to which lawyers breach their ethical and/or legal oath is wholly dependent upon the state and circumstances; with America's recognized disdain for law professionals, it is no wonder why there is such a need for attorneys to carry malpractice insurance. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

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