Throughout the years, a lot of professions have appeared and disappeared without much notice. People have always been interested in new things, new ways in which they could influence society. Today, a professions needs to be learned in years of practice and schooling, but before that you should understand what it really means.
To help you with that, we already have a number of very interesting questions and some samples. A profession is a vocation founded upon specialized educational training, the purpose of which is to supply what? Medieval and early modern tradition recognized only which three professions? Professions tend to be autonomous, which means they have a high degree of what? Too easy? Then wait no longer and head on to the full Profession trivia.
Side A: I. A. Powers of Courts and Other Bodies to Regulate Lawyers Side B:
1. State Regulation - every state has its own bar and its own rules for professional conduct.
2. Self Policing By Attorneys
Mandatory Reporting of Professional Misconduct - an attorney must report "violations which raise substantial questions about a lawyer's or judge's honesty, trustworthiness, or fitness."
Side A: I. B. 2. Admission to the Profession - Permissible Standards Side B:
Permissible Standards - to be permissible, these standards must have a rational relationship to the fitness to practice law.
Good Moral Character - acts of moral turpitude = lack of good moral character.
J.D. From Accredited Law School
Mandatory Continuing Legal Education
Bar Application Procedural Requirements
Concealing Material Information
Exception: Confidential Communications
Refusal to Answer Legitimate Questions
Side A: I. B. 3. Admission to the Profession - Impermissible Standards Side B:
Citizenship Qualifications - standards requiring an attorney be either a US citizen or a citizen of the state are unconstitutional.
Refusal to Swear Allegiance to the US Constitution
Actively Affiliating with Organization with Illegal Objectives AND Specific Intent to Further Those Objectives
Side A: Multiculturalism Side B: an approach to education based on the premise that all peoples in teh US should receive proportional attention in the curriculum
Side A: Antibias Side B: including activites that help challenge and change all biases aof any kind that seeks to diminish chilren based on race, culture or language
Side A: 4 Learning Environments Side B: healthy