There is still some time left to register for LAWYER 2050 - the international conference organised by the Tunisian Association of Young Lawyers (ATJA) together with the European Young Bar Association from 1st to 4th February 2018 in Tunis, Tunisia.
This is an exciting mix of professional... Read more »
The International Weekend 2017 was marked by signing a cooperation agreement between European Young Bar Association (EYBA) and Moldovan Bar Young Lawyers Association (MYLA). Both organizations are firmly intended to share the objectives in view to improve the working conditions of young lawyers,... Read more »
Spring in Paris… what could be better? Perhaps, only the EYBA Spring Conference 2018 in Paris! We are looking forward to the EYBA Spring Conference 2018 in Paris, kindly organised this year by UJA Paris. Keep your eyes peeled for the dates, to be confirmed shortly. Read more »
We are excited to announce that the EYBA Summer Conference 2018 will take place in the magnificent city of Amsterdam. Follow the news, the dates tba soon! Read more »
Dear EYBA members and friends,
We are happy to invite you to the International Weekend 2017 in London.
International Weekend is an annual event organised by the European Young Bar Association, the Junior Lawyers Division of the Law Society of England and Wales, the Young Barristers’... Read more »
Since January 12, 2016, all Greek bar associations have launched strikes. The main reason is the proposition of a new law on social security suggested by the Greek government.
Under the terms of this proposition, professionals, and lawyers among them, are... Read more »
The Norwegian Bar Association Young Lawyers Committee (NBAYL) was delighted to host a delegation of 10 young lawyers from the Tunisian Association of Young Lawyers (ATJA) in December. The event took place during the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize ceremony, where The Tunisian Order of Lawyers was one of... Read more »
In November 2015, the Law Society of England and Wales (The Law Society) introduced a recommendation that trainee solicitors in England and Wales should be paid a minimum of £20,276 in London and £18,183 outside of London, this, following a successful campaign by the Junior Lawyers Division of... Read more »
When the Liberal democracies rose against the absolute monarchies in defense of individual rights and freedoms, statements that would dictate the future evolution of the history of Fundamental Rights were born. Statements like “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and... Read more »
The Junior Lawyers Division (“JLD”) is a division of the Law Society of England and Wales, which represents the interests of over 70,000 members, including Legal Practice Course (“LPC”) students, LPC graduates, trainee solicitors and solicitors up to five years... Read more »