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    or professions I do not have to look very far. All of my life I have been surrounded by the people closest to me, that I love and respect, who share the same passion or the practice of law. I would say that law is our families business. In conducting research about the career or as I have been told by my grandfather, mother, and dad: the “profession” that I am interested in is the law. I am drawn to the law, but because of some of my learning difficulties, I have never had courage to pursue this course. The field of law is a very diverse and complex profession. The practice of law is divided between civil and criminal. Civil law is the system of law that deals with conflicts that arise in contractual disputes,…

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    left her a message asking if the grounds for divorce in North Carolina include adultery. Polly is help to certain standards as a paralegal and should not engage in unauthorized practice of law. Therefore, Polly should not answer Mr. Smith’s question. Paralegals have certain ethical standards and rules they must follow. The National Association of Legal Assistants states that paralegals should not engage in any act that can be classified as unauthorized practice of law. Legal Assistants…

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    abstract legal theories and practices them in order to solve specific, individualized problems. Their primary duties include advising and representing clients in courts, conducting research and analysis of legal problems, interpreting laws, rulings, and regulations for individuals and businesses, presenting facts in written and verbal forms to argue on their client’s behalf, and preparing legal documents including lawsuits, appeals, wills, contracts, and deeds. Although there are several types…

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    The Texas Law and the Practice of Psychology (TL, 2016, pp. 2-7) book, confirms that sexual abuse by the mental health provider is considered an illegal and unethical course of action. Sexual abuse can be considered but is not limited to emotional, mental, and the most common form to be reported physical. Sexual abuse is known as the unwanted secual behavior from one person to another. Forms of sexual abuse include but are not limited to rape, stalking, and non-consensual gestures. In the…

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    1. In no more than 250 words, please state below why you are applying for this opportunity with the GLS My desire to practice law dates back to a full-time job in a citizens’ advice unit. By assisting citizens in applying for planning permissions, selling property and registering land, I realised the significance of straightforward legal guidance on every transaction. During my internship in the Legislation Drafting Department of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food, I observed the process of…

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    Probation in terms of law is the release of a criminal or offender due to his good conduct or behavior in prison under the supervision of a probationer officer (Abaninsky, 2012). The offenders are required to follow certain rules stipulated by the court. They are also required not diverge or abscond to any area that is not within their jurisdiction. In most of the county probation departments, the operations are not at their best and they are underperforming in important outcome measures. The…

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    In his paper, “Beyond Autonomy and Beneficence: The Moral Basis of Euthanasia in the Netherlands”, Guy A.M. Widdershoven touches upon the controversial issue of euthanasia and physician-assisted suicide, as seen from a medical ethics and a medical law standpoint. Although there are both pro-arguments and counter-arguments prevalent in today’s society regarding the morality of this issue; through the practices observed in the country of Netherlands, Widdershoven attempts to break-down and…

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    describe a task. The last statement is true, although, speech should also be included when thinking about the term motor skill. “The term motor learning describes an act or task that satisfies four criteria. These four specifications are, goal oriented, meaning it is preformed in order to achieve some objective. Body and/or limb movements are required to accomplish the goal. Those movements are voluntary. Lastly, motor skills are developed as a result of practice. In other words, a skill must be…

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    find tools that will keep the staffs’ attention. The National Restaurant Association (2014) lists information search, demonstrations, and training videos. Information search is a great way to pique the trainee’s interest and allow them to explore the information on their own. For example, a trainer would provide the staff with a set of questions that need to be answered in a specific time frame and then provide the aids, such as operations manuals, posters, and staff guides, to find the…

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    students to learn faster. So to create more enjoyable, flexible and effective lesson I used games and song. These games and song help to create meaning context for the practice. To make my students ready for production I used games as controlled and guided practice. While choosing my games I paid attention the interaction they will contribute…

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