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Fictional Lawyers

written by: Eve
 
Our notions of lawyers have more or less been shaped by fictional characters who are always able to show that their clients are innocent. Check how many of these fictional lawyers you know.

Question 1:


In what movie did John Milton state, "Law is the ultimate backstage pass. There are now more students in law schools than lawyers walking the streets."?
The Devil's Advocate
Primal Fear
The Verdict
A Time to Kill

Question 2:


In this movie, Paul Newman plays a self-despising alcoholic lawyer who finds personal redemption when he stumbles into the case of a lifetime.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
The Verdict
Anatomy of a Murder
The Paper Chase

Question 3:


At the beginning of this novel by Charles Dickens, English barrister Sydney Carton is portrayed as a cynical alcoholic but he ultimately proves to be a selfless hero.
A Tale of Two Cities
David Copperfield ·
Great Expectations
Hard Times ·

Question 4:


In this play by Shakespeare, Portia dresses as a lawyer and wins her case despite her lack of formal legal training.
The Merchant of Venice
Much Ado About Nothing
The Taming of the Shrew
King Lear

Question 5:


Despite his lack of experience and his gaudy secondhand cinema usher's uniform, this loudmouth lawyer shows that he can make up for his ignorance with an aggressive questioning style.
Jack McCoy
Vincent Gambini
Sandy Cohen
Perry Mason

Question 6:


This lawyer from the fictional Maycomb County, Alabama was based on Amasa Coleman Lee, an Alabama lawyer, who happens to be the author's father.
Tom Hagen
Ben Matlock
Henry Drummond
Atticus Finch

Question 7:


In this movie, Lt. Daniel Kafee will demand the truth behind every case even if he can’t handle it.
A Few Good Men
Inherit the Wind
Devil's Advocate
The Defenders

Question 8:


This lawyer is the informally adopted son of Don Vito Corleone, as well as the consigliere to the Corleone Mafia family.
Tom Hagen
Lawrence Preston
Frank Galvin
Paul Biegler

Question 9:


She took the Law School Admission Test and got admitted to Harvard Law School just to win her boyfriend back.
Ally McBeal
Miranda Hobbes
Elle Woods
Rachel Dawes

Question 10:


In this movie, Martin Vail was stunned and disillusioned when his client revealed to him that he had faked multiple personality disorder.
And Justice for All
A Time to Kill
Presumed Innocent
Primal Fear

 


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