Free professions in European Union Attorneys (The lawyers)

KAZANXHIU, Iva (2019) Free professions in European Union Attorneys (The lawyers). JUSTICIA International Journal of Legal Sciences, 7 (12). pp. 74-84. ISSN 2545-4927

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In this paper I have been dealing with free professions in the European Union which are closely related to the provisions adopted by the commission and are mandatory for implementation in all EU Member States. By doing a thorough study on free movement exercising lawyers in the European Union, enabling them to treat all subjects practicing the profession of lawyer in the European Union equally. Understanding of free professions in the EU. I talked about the different directives regarding the practice of the advocacy profession in the EU as well as about CJEU jurisprudence regarding the profession of lawyer. Aspects of the implementation of this freedom that still face national barriers and other obstacles, not for legitimate reasons. The exercise of the official public authority is accompanied by examples from CJEU jurisprudence, while the innovations and changes introduced by Directive 2006/123 on the liberalization of services are materialized in a case study. Provision of services permanently by being placed in an EU Member State is governed by the provisions of freedom of establishment. Directive 98/5 on the placement of lawyers and the effects on the Community's application of this provision. Under the approach taken by the Community legislature, member states are considered appropriate for the exercise of profession in its territory which had qualifications in the country of origin, professional qualifications and diplomas, on the premise of trust in "the appropriateness of national training systems. Directive 77/249. The lawyer's profession is a unique position amongst the professions in Europe, since: firstly, lawyers have an important function in administering justice and maintaining the rule of law; Secondly, lawyers play a vital role in the economies of the Member States and the functioning of the European Union's internal market; Thirdly, the profession of lawyer is targeted specifically since it is based on national legal systems in which future lawyers qualify and practice professional practices.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences > School of Law
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Date Deposited: 27 Sep 2019 14:49
Last Modified: 27 Sep 2019 14:49

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