Freedom of exercise of the profession of lawyer: recommendation Rec(2000)21 adopted by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe on 25 October 2000 and explanatory memorandum
The purpose of this recommendation is to protect and to promote the freedom of exercise of this profession in member states. In particular, it covers the following points: access to the profession of lawyer, initial and in-service training, the role and duties of lawyers, access of all persons to lawyers, the organisation of Bars and disciplinary measures. [CoE website]
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