CCBE members voted to intervene in a pending case against the Dutch state in support of lawyers placed under surveillance by a government agency.
CCBE President Maria Ślązak meets European Commissioner for Justice Vĕra Jourová - Launch of the European Lawyers’ Foundation - Lawmakers agree on new anti-money laundering directive - British government admits to listening to lawyer-client communications - Public procurement: issues with transposition
CCBE Welcomes New Secretary-General - European Lawyers Day 2015 - Canada: Anti-Money Laundering Legislation Unconstitutional - Bar Associations Draft AML Guide - ECHR Wiretapping Verdict - COE Report on Gender Equality - 2015 EU Justice Scoreboard
Philip Buisseret is the new Secretary-General of the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE), the representative organisation for more than one million lawyers from forty-five countries.
First Meeting of Migration Forum – European Parliament Takes a Stance on Surveillance of Lawyers – New EU-wide Anti-Money Laundering Rules – Cooperation With Belarus Bar – ECHR 2014 Annual Report