Justice is not only a virtue but a social virtue and its purpose is to maintain or to restore an equilibrium in human affairs and the legal profession is the principle channel of success for the community to the Court of Law and is the corner-stone of the legal system. It is a fact that law never inspires confidence unless the procedure for its administration also appears to be fair and therefore it is a dictum on the advocates that in addition to the necessary skill, considerable patience dependability, responsibility, perseverance and flexibility should also be associated with him. The Western notion of justice is a concept of moral rightness based on ethics, rationality, law, natural law, religion or equity. It is also the act of being just and/or fair. According to most contemporary theories of justice, justice is overwhelmingly important: John Rawls claims that "Justice is the first virtue of social institutions, as truth is of systems of thought." Justice can be thought of as distinct from and more fundamental than benevolence, charity, mercy, generosity, or compassion. Justice has traditionally been associated with concepts of fate, reincarnation or Divine Providence, i.e. with a life in accordance with the cosmic plan. The association of justice with fairness has thus been historically and culturally rare and is perhaps chiefly a modern innovation.

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