We strive to establish a culture of peaceful and amicable dispute resolution, while contributing to potentially reducing the burden on courts.
ARTICLE 1 PROVIDES
The aim of this law is to facilitate access to alternative dispute resolution and to promote the peaceful settlement of disputes by promoting the use of mediation and ensuring a balanced relationship between mediation and court proceedings.
Interview with the CCBE President Panagiotis Perakis
Dear colleagues, you are invited to read the interview of the President of the CCBE, Panagiotis Perakis, by clicking on the following link https://www.ccbe.eu/fileadmin/speciality_distribution/public/documents/presidency/EN_interview_PP_2023.pdf Regards.
ELF-CCBE webinar on climate change & lawyers, 27 February 2023, 9AM
Dear colleagues, we would like to inform you that the ELF (European Lawyers Foundation) in cooperation with the CCBE will organize a webinar on the …
Meeting of the Bars from Central and Eastern Europe, Kranjska Gora, 2 – 3 October 2019
Programme Photos Presentations – Payment of lawyer’s services BRAK Croatian Bar Association – Tariff Czech Bar Association Hungarian Bar Association Slovak Bar Association Slovenian Bar …
»A lawyer should constantly improve his / her professional knowledge and take care of his / her general education and knowledge.«
ARTICLE 14 OF THE CODE OF LAWYER’S ETHICS
When we established the Commission for the Permanent Training of Lawyers in the Board of the Bar Association of Slovenia (OZS) in June 2012, we envisioned the continuous compulsory training and education of lawyers as a far-reaching goal, the realization of which we took very seriously. We wanted to design and create really quality education so that it could become compulsory and permanent.