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Profilo del soggetto registrato

Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe

Numero di identificazione nel Registro: 4760969620-65
Data d'iscrizione: 06/11/08 15.25.52

Le informazioni su questo organismo sono state modificate per l'ultima volta in data: 28/10/13 12.07.29
Data dell'ultimo aggiornamento annuale: 28/10/13 11.57.11


Entità registrata: organizzazione o lavoratore autonomo

Nome o ragione sociale: Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe
Acronimo: CCBE
Forma giuridica: International non-profit-making association (aisbl)
Sito Internet: http://www.ccbe.eu/

Categorie

Categoria: II - Lobbisti interni e associazioni di categoria o professionali
in particolare: Associazioni di categoria, imprenditoriali o professionali

Responsabile legale

Cognome, nome: Signor  Jonathan Goldsmith
Qualifica: Secretary General

Responsabile delle relazioni con l'UE

Cognome, nome: Signor  Hugo Roebroeck
Qualifica: External Relations Director

Recapito:

Recapito della sede dell’organismo: Avenue de la Joyeuse Entrée  1-5
1040 Brussels
BELGIO
Telefono: (+32) 234 65 10
Fax: (+) 
Altre informazioni sul recapito e-mail address: ccbe@ccbe.eu

Obiettivi e compiti

Obiettivi e compiti dell’organismo: I. Introduction

The Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE) represents the bars and law societies of 32 member countries and 11 further associate and observer countries, and through them more than 1 million European lawyers.

The CCBE was founded in 1960, as the ramifications of the European Economic Community on the legal profession started to be seriously considered (see the CCBE’s History). During the decades which followed and through to the present day, the CCBE has been in the forefront of advancing the views of European lawyers and defending the legal principles upon which democracy and the rule of law are based. The CCBE is an international non-profit-making association incorporated in Belgium.

The CCBE is recognised as the voice of the European legal profession by the national bars and law societies on the one hand, and by the EU institutions on the other. It acts as the liaison between the EU and Europe's national bars and law societies. The CCBE has regular institutional contacts with those European Commission officials, and members and staff of the European Parliament, who deal with issues affecting the legal profession . Its current strategy can be found here.

In addition, the CCBE works closely with legal organisations outside Europe.


II. Objectives:

A non-profit making organisation, the CCBE represents European bars and law societies in their common dealings before European and other international institutions.
A particular feature of the CCBE's work is its focus on European cross-border matters as they affect lawyers. The CCBE was closely consulted by the European Commission in relation to the promulgation of a series of European directives, which regulate the way that lawyers can practise in other Member States, either by way of temporary services, establishment or re-qualification.
Among the most important of the CCBE's missions are the defence of the rule of law, human rights and democratic values. Of special concern are the rights of access to justice, and the protection of the client by ensuring respect for the core values of the profession.
There are many other issues which affect lawyers at the European level: the impact of competition law on the profession's core values; the relationship between the duties of lawyers (and through them, the rights of citizens) and the duties of governments to provide security for citizens; the impact of globalisation and market liberalisation on the legal profession. All these matters form part of the central, day-to-day work of the CCBE.
The CCBE also represents its members in their dealings with other lawyers' organisations around the world on issues of common interest to the legal profession, such as the fight against terrorism and other serious crime, and the ability of lawyers globally to practise their profession freely without harassment or hindrance.
L’organismo ha interessi che si situano a livello:
  • europeo

Numero di persone che svolgono attività che rientrano nell'ambito di applicazione del Registro per la trasparenza

Numero di persone: 7
Informazioni complementari:

Persone accreditate che possono accedere ai locali del Parlamento europeo

Nome Cognome Data d'inizio Data di conclusione
Dawn Turek 22/02/14 20/02/15

Attività

Principali iniziative dell'UE coperte nell'anno precedente da attività che rientrano nell'ambito di applicazione del Registro per la trasparenza:


As mentioned above, as a non-profit making organisation, the CCBE represents European bars and law societies in their common dealings before European and other international institutions.
A particular feature of the CCBE's work is its focus on European cross-border matters as they affect lawyers. The CCBE was closely consulted by the European Commission in relation to the promulgation of a series of European directives, which regulate the way that lawyers can practise in other Member States, either by way of temporary services, establishment or re-qualification.
Among the most important of the CCBE's missions are the defence of the rule of law, human rights and democratic values. Of special concern are the rights of access to justice, and the protection of the client by ensuring respect for the core values of the profession.
There are many other issues which affect lawyers at the European level: the impact of competition law on the profession's core values; the relationship between the duties of lawyers (and through them, the rights of citizens) and the duties of governments to provide security for citizens; the impact of globalisation and market liberalisation on the legal profession. All these matters form part of the central, day-to-day work of the CCBE.
To this extent, the CCBE takes part in consultations undertaken by the European institutions and provides legal expertise on its own initiative where deemed necessary or upon request from the institutions.

Settori d'interesse per le segnalazioni via email sulle consultazioni e le tabelle di marcia

Centri d’interesse dichiarati dall’organismo:
  • Affari economici e finanziari
  • Affari generali ed istituzionali
  • Affari interni
  • Allargamento
  • Audiovisivi e media
  • Commercio
  • Concorrenza
  • Consumatori
  • Giustizia e diritti fondamentali
  • Imprese
  • Istruzione
  • Mercato interno
  • Occupazione e affari sociali
  • Relazioni esterne
  • Reti transeuropee
  • Ricerca e tecnologia
  • Società dell'informazione
  • Tassazione

Reti - Networking

Informazioni sull’appartenenza dell’organismo a una o più associazioni/federazioni/confederazioni o, se esso appartiene ad una rete, anche ad hoc, informazioni sui legami che la uniscono alla rete.





Dati finanziari

Anno di riferimento dell’esercizio: 01/2012 - 12/2012
Stima dei costi associati all’attività diretta di rappresentanza di interessi esercitata dall’organismo presso le istituzioni dell’UE durante questo esercizio: >= 300000  € e < 350000  €
Importo e fonte dei finanziamenti ricevuti dalle istituzioni dell'UE nel corso dell'esercizio finanziario n-1 di registrazione
Appalti: 0 €
Sovvenzioni: 77.763 €
Altre informazioni finanziarie o precisazioni fornite dall’organismo nell’interesse della trasparenza:

Global income for 2012: 1 286 179 €

Codice di condotta

Registrandosi l'organizzazione ha sottoscritto il codice di condotta del Registro per la trasparenza.