This Article focuses on recent developments in European multi-jurisdictional practice rights that have major implications for the control of entry to the legal professions and some of the related deontological rules that govern access to professional legal life across the European Union ("EU") and the European Economic Area ("EEA"). Additionally, it looks at their impact on rules regulating the competence of lawyers and admission to the legal professions, primarily in Europe, but with some reference to the position in the United States as well.
Assessing the European Market for Legal Services: Developments in the Free Movement of Lawyers in the European Union,
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