CEPEJ Report 2016

November 8th, 2016 § 0 comments

The European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice – CEPEJ – recently published its third report on ‘European judicial systems – Efficiency and quality of justice’ which covers data gathered in 2014. The report also includes a section on lawyers (see page 158 and following). It contains information on the number of lawyers (per inhabitants) and lawyers’ monopoly on legal representation. For the first time, CEPEJ provides public access to the CEPEJ database – CEPEJ STAT – which contains (amongst others) country-specific data relating to lawyers, including brief information on the training of lawyers, see below for instance:


A demonstration video shows how to use CEPEJ-STAT.

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