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Comprehensive Overview of Key Concepts in Ethics, Law and Justice

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Class 2: Justice, theory and the law – Asylum seekers and access to justice Class 3: Access to Justice – economic issues (forms of payment, economic challenges to the profession and economic solutions) Class 4: Access to justice – social/cultural issues Class 5: Ethics, theory and the law Class 6: Legal players – Lawyers I (defining and regulating lawyers) Class 7: Legal Players – Professional Identity and Resilience, and Judges, Juries and Others Class 8: Ethics and Criminal Law Class 9: Integrity and the Law (duty to the law and duty to confidentiality) Class 10: Duty to Client, Colleagues and Others Goes through the key concepts in Ethics, Law and Justice. Useful for answering exam questions.

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It means that all are entitled to have a legal representative to guide them through court processes and safeguard individual rights. Not only, there should understand the legal system they are apart of and can be an active member in deciding their legal course of action. Justice Justice is when individuals within society are able to receive the same basic rights and liberties. It is a standard in which particular legal aspects in society can be measured against. Distributive justice Distributive justice is where power and resources are distributed equally among a group and the law is the tool in which enforces this. In terms of egalitarianism, it means that all members of the community receive the same amount of power or resources, aligning with th...
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