CCBE submits observations on the Commission Consultation on the EU implementation of the Aarhus Convention in the area of access of justice in environmental matters
- The CCBE standing committee: director of the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights, Michael O’Flaherty’s speech
- Attacks on lawyers highlighted in the European Parliament
- European Convention on the Profession of Lawyer: A guarantee for the proper administration of justice and the respect of the Rule of Law
- International rules for cross-border access to e-evidence: CCBE urges the commission to postpone negotiations with the U.S. and the Council of Europe
- Code of Conduct for lawyers under GDPR adopted in Slovakia
- Procedural safeguards
- The Finnish Bar Association celebrates its centenary
- Effectiveness of access to justice in environmental matters, and how the EU has implemented the Aarhus Convention
- Anti-money laundering – Supranational Risk Assessment (SNRA)
- CCBE Committee chairs
International rules for cross-border access to e-evidence: CCBE urges the Commission to postpone negotiations with the U.S. and the Council of Europe
The CCBE has made several recommendations following a critical assessment of the proposed reforms to the international rules governing cross-border access to e-evidence for the purpose of criminal investigations.
The European Parliament is holding a hearing on attacks against lawyers: an increasingly persecuted profession worldwide.