A lawless society compels citizens to abide by arbitrary ruler-ship of the powerful. In some countries, abiding by the law is virtually non-existent, in the event of which civil society members are subject to violation of rights and the regime’s oppression against them exercising responsibilities. Law abiding societies, on the other hand, enjoy freedom of expression, peace and solidarity. The legal system has the autonomous right to challenge the unlawful regardless of their position or degree of power in society. Lawyers are, therefore, needed as key regulatory agents of social change in every country.