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    whish promoted the concerns of the legal assistants. The main idea was to regulate the career and set the standards to which a person who recognized him or herself as a paralegal had to satisfy. It then became apparent, that the members of this association were adamant to define a line from those who were clerks, assistants or secretaries to those who had the proper training and experience in the field. That movement prompted other organizations to be fo... ... middle of paper ... ...ges that

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    The Cab Rank Rule

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    Research Essay Introduction Australia has taken from English Law in adopting the cab rank rule, encoded in The Victorian Bar Incorporated Practice Rules 2009 (Vic). This essay will discuss the application of the rule, the strengths and weaknesses and will conclude to discuss why the rule should remain an integral part of the Bar despite many calls for its abolition. What is the “cab rank principle”? The cab rank rule states that a lawyer practicing solely as a barrister must accept a brief in

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    that the multitude of private lawyers constitute a previously untapped resource that may hold the key to solving this issue, and that free assistance to civil case defendants in poverty should be made a requirement. However, according to the American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service, a certain amount of free (“pro bono”) legal assistance is already a standard practice of US law practitioners. The mechanisms of self-preparation for defendants in civil cases must be

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    competence as, “possession necessary reasoning abilities or legal qualification; qualified; capable; sufficient.” It is immediately presumed that an attorney has, at a minimum, received a law school education and has passed his practicing state’s bar examination. The perspective attorney has been drilled and tested on various aspects of general law, his chosen specialty and possibly the psychological effects a trial of any kind could have on the mind as well as the body. Training at this level

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    He dealt with legal matters on behalf of his client such as the drawing up of wills, trust instruments, marriage contracts, and conveyances of land (Eurolegal Services). In Society * Beginning in the 19th century, the bar became a referral profession; members of the bar did not deal directly with members of the public but took their instructions only from solicitors (Eurolegal Services). * C. W. Brooks suggests that the “lower branch” (legal professions be...

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    A career is one of the most important decisions an individual can make. One of the most controversial and prestigious careers in history; lawyers have been prominent figures in both the courtroom and at the center of American society. The history, college curriculum, duties, and even their future are all steeped in tradition. The history of the American lawyer is intertwined with the United States all the way back to when the country was founded. In society, lawyers can act as either advocates in

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    Boyfriend

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    have known better,” he said walking into th... ... middle of paper ... ...st breath.” “Jesus Christ,” he said letting go of the bar and distancing himself. “Don't hurt her.” “Don't hurt her,” the Crow mimics then directs her attention to the Raven. “It already begs, how pathetic.” She smiles with a look that suggests deranged. Looking towards the cabinet past the bar Jonathon slowly begins to move towards it. “Who are you?” “He is the Raven, I am the Crow,” she introduces from behind him. Inching

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    The Piano Man

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    Roderich entered the bar at the time he was needed. It was 9:00 pm on a Saturday, and the usuals slowly trudged into the bar. Next to him was an older looking man, with long blond hair, and enjoying his gin a little too much. The man sighed. "Son, can you play a memory? I'm not really sure how it goes. But it's sad and sweet, and I knew it complete, when I wore a younger man's clothes." He then turned away, back to his gin. Roderich decided, for the man, to play his song. The song was filled with

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    H.r. Gieger

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    	H.R. Giger was born on February 5, 1940, in Chur, Switzerland. He was raised in a middle class environment, and his dad was a pharmacist. His dad recieved a human skull as a promotional peice from a pharmacy institution when he was very young, and this sparked H.R. Gigers interest in the strange and macabre. His mother encouraged his artistic ability, though she often failed to understand his strange fascinations. In 1953 he attends the cantonal school in Chur (a technical school), and in 1957

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    In April 15, 2014 the article “Better Rules for Bad Lawyers” was released from the Editorial Board from The New York Times. This article persuades courts and judges to establish better rules and punishments for lawyers in New York, which has more lawyers than any other state, who violate obligations to a client or the Law, and implies that “the current punishments are slow, inconsistently levied and often hidden from the public” (The Editorial board). Throughout the article, the writer’s tone, word

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