ETH 321 Week 1 Quiz 1

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ETH 321 Week 1 Quiz 1
After reading and completing the activities for the week, complete the 8 question quiz. Submit your answers to each question on the Word document. Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your document.

Quiz – Week 1

1. According to _____, judges in current cases follow whenever possible the interpretation of law determined by judges in prior cases. 
 

A. 
stare decisis.
 

B. 
constitutional realism.
 

C. 
statutory construction.
 

D. 
constitutional relativism.
 

E. 
legal realism.
 

2. Burberry is a luxury brand that has its own distinctive trademark pattern. The company recently learned that another retailer has been selling fake Burberry bags. The legal dispute that will arise here is governed by _____ law. 
 



A. 
administrative
 

B. 
constitutional
 

C. 
property
 

D. 
criminal
 

E. 
tort
 

3. Ethical formalists maintain that: 
 

A. 
harm to an individual is allowable as long as it serves a greater good.
 

B. 
values are situational and change based on circumstance.
 

C. 
harm to individual rights is never justified by an increase in organizational or common good.
 

D. 
the good of the many always supersedes the good of the few.
 

E. 
right and wrong are unknowable.
 

4. The social contract theory concerns itself with how to construct a just society given: 
 

A. 
the many inequalities of wealth, knowledge, and social status.
 

B. 
the difficulty of acting toward others as you would have them act toward you.
 

C. 
the many logical fallacies contained in legal contracts.
 

D. 
the implicit agreement that the powerful are best suited to govern.
 

E. 
the inherent nature of those in a society to argue and reject consensus.
 

5. _____ jurisprudence supports the idea that law can and should change to meet new developments in society. 
 

A. 
Historical
 

B. 
Natural
 

C. 
Sociological
 

D. 
Positive law
 

E. 
Tort
 

6. The _____ Amendments to the Constitution guarantee the right to a jury trial. 
 

A. 
Sixth and Seventh
 

B. 
First and Twelfth
 

C. 
First and Seventh
 

D. 
Second and Fifth
 

E. 
Ninth and Fourteenth
 

7. The difference between a mediator and an arbitrator is that: 
 

A. 
a mediator is not a neutral party.
 

B. 
an arbitrator is chosen by the disputing parties, while a mediator is not.
 

C. 
an arbitrator can force a binding solution on both parties.
 

D. 
a mediator can impose a binding solution on the parties.
 

E. 
only an arbitrator may be appointed by a judge.
 

8. Arbitrators are typically chosen by: 
 

A. 
the U.S. Supreme Court.
 

B. 
fiat.
 

C. 
the disputing parties.
 

D. 
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
 

E. 
mediators.
 
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