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Could You Fake Your Way Through Law School?

If you can pass this quiz, then you could fake your way through law school! These 12 quiz questions will test your knowledge of legal terms and legal practices. Will you make the grade? Start the quiz!
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Money paid into an account in the name of a third party, which is then released once certain conditions have been fulfilled is called what?
Escrow
Entitlement
Estate

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The Supreme Court of the United States is generally comprised of ___ Judges?
7
9
11

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Which term describes an agreement between two parties?
Mutual bond
Contract
Concurrance

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A court order requiring you to stop doing something is a what?
Decision
Injunction
Brief

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A judge should be _____ during a court hearing.
Prejudiced
Impartial
Humorous

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The person who starts/commences a lawsuit is who?
Plaintiff
Defendent
Prosecutor

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A legal document authorizing another to act on you behalf is called what?
Power of attorney
Promissory note
Assignment of agency

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If you ask a higher court to reconsider the decision of a lower court, what do you file?
An appeasement
An appeal
A crossfile

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A legal order compelling one to appear in court is known as...?
Subpoena
Motion
Indemnity

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What's a term that describes a legal guideline that was established by previous decisions?
Constitution
Precedent
Textbook

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A legal representative is also known as what?
Counsel
Shareholder
Testator

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Money paid to someone who has suffered injury or loss as a result of an action by a third party is called what?
Tort
Writ
Damages

C+, Law School Dropout

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Unfortunately, you couldn't fake your way into law school just yet! Though you know a few legal terms and concepts, you've still got a lot to learn before you can hold your own within the confines of a courtroom. Better luck next time!

B+, Law School Savvy

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Congratulations, you could likely fake your way into law school! It wouldn't be easy, but you could probably manage to trick others into thinking you know legal jargon just as well as any lawyer. Remember, confidence is key!

A+, Law School Superstar

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Well done! You could easily fake your way into law school and hold your own with the best of the best. You have a great deal of knowledge on legal terms and the law, proving that you've always been a quick learner with a love of legal concepts. Go you!
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1
Money paid into an account in the name of a third party, which is then released once certain conditions have been fulfilled is called what?
Escrow
Entitlement
Estate
2
The Supreme Court of the United States is generally comprised of ___ Judges?
7
9
11
3
Which term describes an agreement between two parties?
Mutual bond
Contract
Concurrance
4
A court order requiring you to stop doing something is a what?
Decision
Injunction
Brief
5
A judge should be _____ during a court hearing.
Prejudiced
Impartial
Humorous
6
The person who starts/commences a lawsuit is who?
Plaintiff
Defendent
Prosecutor
7
A legal document authorizing another to act on you behalf is called what?
Power of attorney
Promissory note
Assignment of agency
8
If you ask a higher court to reconsider the decision of a lower court, what do you file?
An appeasement
An appeal
A crossfile
9
A legal order compelling one to appear in court is known as...?
Subpoena
Motion
Indemnity
10
What's a term that describes a legal guideline that was established by previous decisions?
Constitution
Precedent
Textbook
11
A legal representative is also known as what?
Counsel
Shareholder
Testator
12
Money paid to someone who has suffered injury or loss as a result of an action by a third party is called what?
Tort
Writ
Damages

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