the 05 October 2017 – AP UP – Right
© DR – Marie-Aimée Peyron, president-elect, and Basile Ader, vice-president-elect, establish working groups of reformers.
At its last meeting, the Council of the Ordre du barreau de Paris has decided, under the impulse of Marie-Aimée Peyron, the president-elect, and Basile Ader, vice-president-elect, to put in place working groups to propose reforms that need to be adopted as soon as possible to ensure the good functioning of the chamber of advocates.
These new working groups will meet at the end of each of the next sessions of the Council of the Order.
By doing this, the Council of the Order intends to give the president-elect and the vice-chairman elected the means to act effectively upon their entry into service in January next, to meet the expectations of all counsel.
The Council of the Order met on September 19, he had already decided, in continuation of the work that he has undertaken in 2015 and in may 2016 and April 2017, to devote its meeting of October 10, next to review measures to ensure greater fairness, efficiency and transparency in the tasks and remuneration of the counsel appointed by the Order of lawyers of Paris.
It has, in this perspective, delegate to a working group responsible for formulating concrete proposals for this session to be exceptional.
The Council is still at the same time its action on all the issues of concern to lawyers, which include the adaptation of the profession to the challenges of the digital, the reform of the IHR, the protection of civil liberties at the time of the transposition of the state of emergency in the common law, the criminalization of migrants and the relocation of the Tribunal de Grande Instance of Paris.