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Quiz by Jessica Willson

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  • Q1
    Which of the following is not required to be considered a professional?
    Involves a Significant Intellectual Component
    Provides an Important Service
    Requires Extensive Training
    Years of on the job training in your field
  • Q2
    The Easy View Perspective of professionalism
    There are no difficult moral questions in life
    Everyday decisions often turn out to be morally significant
    Being a professional does not raise any unique moral questions and does not require much reflection to ensure that professionals act morally
    It is easy to succeed as a professional if you act morally
  • Q3
    The Hard View Perspective of professionalism
    Most People do not act morally
    The very nature of being a professional raises difficult moral questions that require constant reflection
    Decisions that are morally significant feel like urgent, difficult moral questions.
    Being successful as a professional is hard because of the evils of the inner ring
  • Q4
    Why did Smith leave Goldman Sachs?
    None of the above
    The products the company sells are inherently harmful to the client
    the company is scamming their clients by selling them products that they don’t necessarily need in order to make a profit
    The company is breaking the law by selling products their customers don't need
  • Q5
    The professional client relationship is asymmetrical because the client has more knowledge than the professional could ever have
  • Q6
    The essence of the inner rings is
  • Q7
    Lewis says that choices that lead to scoundrelism usually come in dramatic moments in which we are tempted by power or sex
  • Q8
    A person engages in role differentiated behavior if and only if :
    They do work outside of their field of expertise
    They refrain from giving advice outside of their area of expertise
    They are asked to give up their morality in order to take a job that requires morally questionable acts.
    they are asked to set aside considerations that would normally be morally important because of their current role
  • Q9
    The standard defense for role differentiated behavior claims
    it is important that the legal system as a whole is just, the only way for this to happen is if its parts are just. The best way for the institution as a whole to be just is for the defense lawyer to behave in morally just ways, otherwise they become corrupted and corrupt the system as a whole.
    what is important is that the legal system as a whole is just, not if a particular part of it is just. The best way for the institution as a whole to be just is for the defense lawyer to engage in role-differentiated behavior.
    RDB is necessary because without it lawyers cannot do their job, which is to defend clients regardless of their guilt.
    It is important for professionals to engage in RDB because each professional has a different area of expertise.
  • Q10
    In Canterbury v. Spence Robinson argues that
    Patients -not doctors- are responsible for ensuring they have adequate disclosure before agreeing to treatment
    It is impossible for doctors to provide disclosure to patients beyond what they already do
    Doctors must provide adequate or reasonable disclosure to patients before treatment
    Doctors must provide full disclosure before treatment
  • Q11
    Wasserstrom argues that
    role differentiated behavior is always wrong, and no one should engage in it
    role differentiated behavior is necessary, and all lawyers should be engaging in it on a regular basis
    Most lawyers should engage in role differentiated behavior but criminal lawyers should not
    Criminal lawyers should engage in role differentiated behavior but other lawyers should not
  • Q12
    client sets the ends and the professionals job is to find the means- is the
    Contract model
    Parent model
    Fiduciary model
    Agency Model
  • Q13
    Respect for the superior knowledge of the professional is found in the
    Parent and Fiduciary models
    None of the models respect the superior knowledge of the professional
    Agency Model only
    Contract and Parent Models
  • Q14
    The model that best describes the relationship between a doctor and her patient (including informed consent from the patient) is
    Consent Model
    Contract Model
    Parent Model
    Fiduciary Model
  • Q15
    If a professional refuses a client request based on the fact that the request is outside the bounds of their original agreement, she is reasoning according to the Contract Model

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