Trait Paper

1270 Words Mar 10th, 2015 6 Pages
Christopher Ziebell
Week 4

Discipline to me is a type of training in order to teach someone to follow the rules. I think it applies to all of us when it comes to the professional world. When someone gets hired at new company there is always some sort of discipline in the beginning. If someone has experience in the work that they are hired to do doesn’t mean that they don’t still need training on how the company operates. I have a perfect example of this when I switched from one CPA firm to another. I know how to prepare various tax returns, but I still required discipline in how the back-up documentation was sorted and reported. The first CPA firm I worked for relied heavily on paper files. We would
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Others, generally cast in the term “may,” are permissive and define areas under the Rules in which the lawyer has discretion to exercise professional judgment. No disciplinary action should be taken when the lawyer chooses not to act or acts within the bounds of such discretion. Other Rules define the nature of relationships between the lawyer and others. The Rules are thus partly obligatory and disciplinary and partly constitutive and descriptive in that they define a lawyer’s professional role. Many of the Comments use the term “should.” Comments and the Preamble and Scope do not add obligations to the Rules but provide guidance for practicing in compliance with the Rules (IL Supreme Court, 2009).”
So other companies and organizations of the state of Illinois should use this as a guide when creating their own professional code of conduct. It will should also be passed on to your own employees in your own type of discipline. It also stated the discipline should be imposed or the company could be faced with a violation as stated below:
“Failure to comply with an obligation or prohibition imposed by a Rule is a basis for invoking the disciplinary process. The Rules presuppose that disciplinary assessment of a lawyer’s conduct will be made on the basis of the facts and circumstances as they existed at the time of the conduct in question and in recognition of the fact that

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