The UK delegation to the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE) published its paper on UK lawyers and their practice rights in the EU in the context of Brexit.
We’ve updated our Brexit Case Law Tracker with the latest national and CJEU cases related to Brexit, including Shindler and Others v Council and Andy Wightman MSP v Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union
Here’s a quick look at what the Law Society of Scotland have been up to this month.
On 6 December, the Council adopted the strategy and action plan on the development of e-Justice for the period 2019-2023. E-Justice is a policy through which access to justice is simplified and improved while cross-border legal procedures are digitalised. It covers a range of different areas of law, and is aimed at citizens, companies, legal practitioners and judicial authorities.
On 10 December, the Law Societies’ Joint Brussels Office held a roundtable discussion on Women in Leadership in Law.