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LS308 Law and Society Unit 7 assignment

Many lawyers work for corporations and other wealthy

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Many lawyers work for corporations and other wealthy clients and are disliked for this reason by “have-nots.” Select three of the reasons above. For each reason that you select, provide an example in society to illustrate the reasons. You will need to do some research to find examples. Support your three examples with at least three sources (one source for each example). After each example, include a summary of the impact that these negative beliefs have on the examples you provided and society as a whole. Each example should be at least three paragraphs in length. Part 2 – Positive Beliefs In 1-2 pages, describe one reason why lawyers are viewed positively in society. Provide an example to illustrate this reason. . You will need to do some research to find an example. Support your example with at least one source. With your example, include an analysis of the impact that the positive belief has on the example you provided and society as a whole. References: http://solopracticeuniversity.com/2011/12/01/why-people-hate-lawyers-getting-beyond- the-stereotypes/
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http://www.legalfaq.net/what_are_common_stereotypes_about_lawyers_/ta-402675 http://www.decisionquest.com/utility/showArticle/?objectID=532 http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/index.php?topic=58482.0 http://bangordailynews.com/community/one-camden-womans-goal-to-change- stereotypes-about-lawyers/
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