Are Lawyers Partial Detectives And Forensics Experts As Well

Valedictorians of law can become lawyers once they obtain the required experience and that they obtain experience through practice. However, many are attracted by the perks of being a lawyer and that watching T.V serials of controversial lawyers has given them the impression that controversy generates significant amount of monetary rewards and even though it may, thing is all studies emphasis on ethics and that all law valedictorians should follow ethics regardless of circumstances. In assignment writing, students must not compromise on their ethics at all costs.

The main task of lawyer is the provision of justice on the basis of the truth, even if they have to cross their boundaries and that they must not break the law nor they should break the rules of investigation. They should be trusted all the time and should always pursue the truth because nothing matters more than the truth and if they succeed in defending the truth then they are the carriers of justice.

In the United Kingdom, the general public has long been sceptical about the integrity of lawyers, with consumers and the state being concerned about their morals, about safe access to justice, and the quality of legal services. Incidences of shortcomings in these matters have led to increased regulations and calls for ethics to become central in assignment writing in legal studies. However, large numbers of academics and educationists unfortunately have ignored lawyers’ ethics in legal education because of the formalities in the legal field which resulted in moral values of legal professionals being questioned. Same was evident when students were studying law and due to the distinction and difference between academic and vocational issues in legal education as well, ethics had often been overlooked. Admittedly, there has a relatively long-standing interest in related ‘macro’ ethical issues, such as access to justice, the meaning of professionalism, and the existence and justifiability of restrictive practices. But, by contrast, discussion of the ethical dilemmas raised by legal practice, such as whether lawyers should act for any client irrespective of moral considerations, how far they should go in pursuing client interests, whether there should be limits to client confidentiality and how to reconcile conflicts of interest as well as examining evidence has been largely confined to descriptive accounts written by and for practitioners: which means that law enforcement agencies need to cooperate with lawyers in order to determine the truth.

There are many rewards for a law graduate but none are greater than the pursuit of justice. It is an impeccable honour and pleasure to launch a gathering of leaders in the field around crucial issues for the profession and the public. Lawyers themselves are forensic experts and that they have to examine all avenues of cases like detectives in order to ensure justice is served. Also, the evidence must not be circumstantial and that it must be based on concrete findings and sources else the lawyers might be in trouble. Students of law, in assignment writing, must emphasise on ethics, truth and examine evidence from all points of view keeping law in mind.

When it comes to family cases, lawyers must ensure handing over custody of children to the right parent and must ensure proper distribution of family assets. Corporations must not be pressed with wrongful lawsuits and employees should be given access to a fair judicial system as well.

Though, law graduates must act like forensic experts if they are to practice law they must also keep in mind all legal implications and keep studying all sorts of scenarios. Law students need to understand the importance of truth and ethics, and in terms of examining the truth and situation of clientele they can act as detectives only if such is necessary to prevent the incidence of a flimsy case.