France has adopted a new regulation on ‘Foreign Legal Consultant status – Art 109 ’ (based on the EU - South Korea WTO bilateral Agreement).
On 8 December 2017, the European Council concluded that sufficient progress had been made in the first phase of the negotiations. The main principles agreed by the European Commission and UK Government are outlined in their Joint Report (and further explained in the Joint Technical Note) ...
The Law Society, the Conseil national des barreaux (CNB), and the Paris Bar jointly organised a seminar on 11 April. The event was a great opportunity to discuss issues that affect the future of the legal profession in France and the UK, and compare how pracitioners in both jurisdictions use opportunities and tackle challenges.
On 21 April, the CGAE met with the Law Society in London to formalise our cooperation.
Read the Law Society’s country-by-country analysis of the most important restrictions and requirements imposed by EU and EFTA countries on third country lawyers and law firms.
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