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Regulation of the legal profession in Belgium: an update

Update: Regulation of the legal profession in Belgium

Regulation of the legal profession in Belgium: an update

03.09.2021 BE law

Oliver Stevens and Sophie Bourgois updated their overview on the regulation of the legal profession in Belgium to reflect advancing insights and regulatory rulings.

The article entitled “Regulation of the legal profession in Belgium: overview" was recently published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law. The Q&A gives a high-level overview of the key practical issues including required qualifications for both domestic and foreign legal professionals; legal professional structures; national regulators; legal professional insurance and client protection; confidentiality and legal professional privilege; legal fees and fee regulation; client money; and notaries.

​A link to the contribution can be found here.

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