San Joaquin Delta College Bates v Statebar of Arizona Case Questions

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Read Bates v. State Bar of Arizona, 433 U.S. 350 (1977)

1. Which of the six arguments put forward by the State Bar of Arizona in support of their position that lawyer advertising should be prohibited seems to you to be the most persuasive?

2. Which of those six arguments seems to be the least persuasive?

3. Can you think of any arguments not presented by the State Bar of Arizona that could be made in support of a ban on lawyer advertising?

4. Can you think of any responses to the State of Bar Arizona not made by the Supreme Court that could be made in support of allowing of lawyer advertising?

5. How did the Court place some limits on its watershed decision?

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UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT
BATES v STATEBAR OF ARIZONA
433 US 350 [1977]

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Advertisement gives the impression that the attorney offering the services is driven by the
motivation to make profits. The danger in this is that it may lower the confidence of the client.
The services of attorneys are individualized in nature; thus, if one compares he will be susceptible
to misrepresentation.
Advertising will bring about overhead costs. The implication is t...


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