Instructions in the attached file

Instructions in the attached file
Read, Research, and answer all the questions. 10 questions. Provide a detailed explanation. Do not make it short and do not run-on. For all written work find outside, solid, varying sources and use them in your text. Do not merely list them at the end without using them. well cited sources. If I cannot understand it and if your answer does not make sense you will have to do it again. Number each in order 1) California bar president Howard Miller wrote in 2010 in the California border journal, “In the most important sense, California no longer has public law schools. Though part of the University of California, the law schools at Berkeley, UCLA, Hastings, Davis, and UCI are no longer public in the sense the most have understood that term available at no cost to qualified students. Their tuition, now at or approaching 40,000 a year, is in the same category has Stanford and USC, which also have at least an equal amount of scholarship and loan money for students has the public law school with fees books and living costs added the total cost for three years at all those law schools approximate 200,000 for most students largely covered by loans. In California we also have another model for legal education schools that are not credited by the ABA they are regulated by the state bar through the committee of bar examiners. Some or accredited by the CBE. They are also an accredited law schools that at one time could be establish initially through the California post secondary education commission. Following legislation four years ago, all formation and regulation of those schools was transferred to the committee of bar examiners. There are differences between California accredited and an accredited (now also called “regulated”) law schools. Accredited schools have different standards, among other things, for facilities and libraries then do unaccredited schools. And students at unaccredited schools must all take and pass the ‘baby bar’, a one day mini bar exam on basic subjects in order to continue in law. Some of the California CBE schools or less expensive and some, individually, or more expensive than the ABA schools.” How would you reply to this comment should low-cost public schools for lawyers and paralegals be mandatory for all state? 2) Locate independent paralegal businesses in your community (Los Angeles, California) and review their ads on the Internet, Yellow Pages, or other places where the public would find them. Rewrite an ad to properly reflect what a non-lawyer can do for a client. 3) George is leaving his civil litigation position it has been interviewing with other firms I do the same sort of work. Doing his interviews George has been discussing the cases he works on so that he will not get involved in a conflict of interest problem with his new employment. Should George tell prospective employers about the clients he has worked for who are contemplating silver litigation but who have not yet filed a complaint? How can George clear potential conflicts without violating the duty of confidentiality? 4) Denny’s law firm represents a several large corporations. High senior corporate assistant, Dani always has access to information regarding the price of stock of those corporations, as well as a business deals those corporations are considering. Denny owns stock in one of the corporations that is represented by his firm. Because of his financial interest in that corporation, then he spends most of his time doing work for that corporation while neglecting the others. What have you learned that will help you answer this question for Denny? what duty does he violate (if any) by spending most of his time working for the client in which he owns stocks? 5) Use your favorite search engine to research “worse lawyer ads” and watch some videos. Report back on what you saw that addresses the need for access to Justice and that was unseemly or distasteful. What is your opinion about how these ads affect the way the public perceives the legal profession? 6) Review a standard fee agreement and translate any “legalese” in the agreement into plain English. If you don’t have access to a fee agreement you find an example of www.personhighered.com/careers 7) Perry has been working as a bankruptcy paralegal for 3 years for the same firm. He interviews clients, prepares bankruptcy forms, and arranges for these forms to be filed communicates with the clients and see their case two to the end it has most case with wire only one appearance by lawyer. Is 90% of the work on each case. His supervising lawyer reviews his work but has off the last year, never has to make any corrections. When Perry’s supervisor lawyer takes a four month medical leave of absent, Perry continues working on bankruptcy cases. He repairs their lawyer (one who is not familiar with bankruptcy cases) to make the required appearances. The clients in the firm are happy with Perry’s work. Is Parian doing the right thing representing the firms bankruptcy clients? Will Perry or the firm anchor any liability for any mistakes he mix? If Perry makes a mistake, can he be sued for negligence? To what standard will Perry be held? Is his firm in any trouble? What actions, if any, maybe brought against the firm by the regulatory authority in Perry’s state? 8) Sam is a legal professional with the district attorney’s office. While working on a case in which the appointment of the cues had been searched pursuant to the warrant, leading to 4 pounds of heroine being found in the pipe meant and the accuse making a complete confession, same notices that the war it was not authorize for service at night when the surgery has been made. Sam believes that if he brings it to the attention of the district attorney, and the search will be declared invalid in the Home push I will be set free. What should Sam do? 9) Integrity is in a more face quality. We all believe we are people of integrity, but what does that really mean? Give examples (from inside and outside the field of Law) of having integrity. Give examples of not having integrity. 10) What is the most important thing you’ve learned from professional ethics? Why?