Critically analyze the regulation of the legal profession in Queensland and compare and contrast that with the regulation of your home jurisdiction.
Research questions that I purpose to include in my research are;
- What are the parameters that guide the regulation of the legal profession in Queensland?
- How the Legal Profession Act impacts to the legal profession?
- What are the effects of Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2009 when it comes to legal discipline?
- What is the attitude of Legal practitioners in Australia?
- Does the take taken by the Australian Government as far as the regulation of the legal field the same as that in the American system?
- What are the differences and the possible similarities between the appreciation of the legal field in Australia and America?
- What does the National Legal Field Regulation Commission put in place so as to regulate the legal profession?
In my research, I look forward to make references to a variety of materials that fall relevant to my area of interest in the study. Similarly, I would like to put on board that I will review all articles and acts that revolve around the Legal profession in quest for answers to my research question. I aim at looking at the Legal professions Act. My emphasis will be on what it provides for when it comes to regulation and instilling discipline in the legal profession. Similarly, I will focus on articles that are in relation to the Legal so as to ascertain whether the legislation has found stem in the practical legal field or a mere paper connotation. In the same effect, purpose to focus on reviews that have been legislated upon so as to offer a boost to the legal field in pursuit of protecting Australian Citizens from excesses that are likely to characterize the legal field.
With regard to my Topic, I will rely on information which I intend to gather from: Case Laws, Journals, Subsidiary Legislations, the Australian Constitution, Law Reports, Parliamentary debates, Articles and Text books that denote and bring out the effects of legislations that have been put in place to regulate the legal field.
- I have already done advancements that I think are significant in as far as my study is concerned. In this regard, I have looked at the Queensland’s law Journal. In this case, I have come to the appreciation to the effect that the law of evidence brought in the legal field. Unlike previously, I have found out that the traditional view of the fact that judicial discretion was completely reliance on the take of judges since there were no clear laws and rules that kept Judges within their scope. Similarly, I have also covered the Constitutional provisions in the United States which is my home country. In precision, I have placed my emphasis on the law of evidence. In the United States of America, the same system that focuses on the admissibility of evidence is highly regarded.
- I have also read case laws that have received objections and contestations with regard to affairs that guide the operationalization of the legal profession. In this regard, I have compared the Australian case with cases in the United States of America and come to the appreciation of the fact that, the same process that is used in the United States is used in Australia. However, cases that were of a US basis had the aspects that come along a legal system that operates in a country with many autonomous states.
- I have gone through the National Legal Reform in Australia and the American Legal Reform.
- I plan to make a closer study on Parliamentary reports in Australia concerning the Justice system in as far as the regulation of its position is concerned. It will depend on the reactions by the legislators that I will be able to come at a cogent instance of devising whether the necessary changes in the Justice system have made any impact that is relevant or not.
- I look forward to critically discuss the information that I will gather from, the New York legal Reform and Articles that analyze the extent of operations and entrenchment of legal knowledge in America.
- In the event that I will have gone through all these sources, I purpose to come up with lessons that come along my topic of study.
- I plan to identify the relevance of having the legal profession protected and the possible adverse effects I the event that it is not regarded to a significant position that it is supposed to be based upon.
As part of my research plan, I will employ the following;
- I will use the Online Legal Dictionary as part of the tools that I hope will facilitate by better understanding of the discussion at hand.
- I will log on to American websites that define the legal parameters that underlie professionalism in the legal field.
- I intend to visit government institutions in Australia and the United States
- I will use our school library to find legal information that is significant in my field of study.
My goal is to pass in this paper hence the entire unit. On the other hand, I look forward to come to the full appreciation of the legal field its associated professionalism. I happen to have the above take because I am a student taking legal studies and would like to practice one day when I am fully backed for the career.
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