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For instance, the CCBE proposal limits the advice an FLP can give on home country law and international public law.
83) In 1960, the CCBE was formed "to study, consult, and make representation upon the problems and opportunities for the legal profession arising from the Treaty of Rome.
because he was unhappy with any transaction in which the client was involved," said the CCBE.
Both the FBE and CCBE have also elaborated Resolutions on minimum training standards.
The CCBE Code of Conduct was devised and adopted by the Council of the Bars and Law Societies of the European Union (CCBE).
In a similar vein, Rupert Woolf, the current CCBE President, stated that lawyers "[must] strive to maintain their share of the market," but "[a]t the same time we will need to defend the core values of the profession, namely independence, autonomy, self-regulation and respect for the rule of law.
49) According to the CCBE, despite their diversity in different countries, which make their professional rules "inherently incapable" of "[general] application," "nevertheless are based on the same values and in most cases demonstrate a common foundation.
1 and 2) provided by CCBE (Council of Bars and Law Societies of European Union) in 2008 can serve as evidence for this:
Escolanovismo catolico: construido na CCBE, divulgado pela Revista brasileira de pedagogia, Dissertacao de mestrado, Sao Paulo, Faculdade de Educacao, PUC/SP, 1997 e Bibliotecas Pedagogicas Catolicas: estrategias para construir uma Civilizacao Crista e conformar o campo pedagogico atraves do impresso (1929-1938), Tese de Doutorado, Sao Paulo, PUC/SP, 2001.
In the end, the greatest contribution of the CCBE Code is the proof it offers that lawyers from legal traditions as different as those of the United Kingdom and Ireland, on the one hand, and France, Germany, and Denmark, on the other, can agree on specific core values and elaborate on their application.
At the 1999 Paris Forum on Transnational Practice for the Legal Profession, however, resistance to MDPs was strong with the American Bar Association, the CCBE, and the Japanese Federation of Bar Associations (JFBA) all voicing their opposition.