Seyedeh Kasan Kazemi, Vahid Davarpanah


Apparent advocacy is one of the main components of appearance theory. The importance of apparent advocacy is evident since lawyering or advocacy has a great importance along a significant role in facilitation of legal relationships. Individuals can benefit from lawyering entities in the sense of making personal contracts by using representatives. Lawyering plays an important role in terms of facilitation of transactions and contracts. In fact some peoples’ job is to make contracts while representing other individuals. The rules and regulations of advocacy have been set in support of individuals in order to make people motivated towards interacting with lawyers so that this entity is able to play its role in flow of capital and boom of trades. In other words, the domain of advocacy must take a step further than the sole lawyer-client relationship and instead, its sentences should be redistributed based on supporting social trust. An interesting solution for creating trust towards lawyers amongst the public is supporting for legal trust in credible appearance which is followed by apparent advocacy. This paper elaborates on concept, instances, and conditions of realization and impacts of apparent advocacy.


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