04 July 2022 The Chamber of Advocates refers to a statement issued by three student organizations and reported on the KSU Facebook page on 03 July 2022, concerning the current impasse with respect to the warrant examinations for graduates in law. Notwithstanding that one of those organizations is the Junior Chamber of Advocates, the […]
The Chamber of Advocates refers to statements that have recently appeared in the media in connection with the communication that it received from the Court of Magistrates, whereby Mag. Micallef Stafrace referred to it a matter about the conduct of two lawyers during a court sitting, which the Magistrate described as Il-Qorti tħoss li din l-imġieba […]
Following the enactment of Act XIX of 2021, the Legal Profession (Reform) Act, the Committee for Advocates and Legal Procurators has set-up a Register of Legal Professionals and Law Firms in fullfilment of the requirements of the law. Advocates In terms of Article 79 of Chapter 12 of the Laws of Malta, no person may exercise […]
The Chamber of Advocates recently organised an initiative to collect funds towards humanitarian aid for the people of Ukraine. Thanks to the generosity of its members, the Chamber was able to send a sizable shipment of foodstuffs and personal care products to Ukraine’s border to assist with the global humanitarian efforts in the region.
03.03.2022 The Chamber of Advocates joins the international community in an unequivocal condemnation of the invasion of Ukraine by Russia. All states must respect the fundamental values, principles and freedoms set out in the European Convention on Human Rights and the general principles of public international law. The respect for international laws and treaties […]
On Friday, 17 December 2021, legal professionals were pleased to gather together for the first time in 3 years to commemorate the feast of St. Ivo, the patron saint of lawyers. The morning began with Holy Mass at St. John’s Co-Cathedral which was celebrated by Mons. Paul Carmel Vella. A luncheon was later organised at […]
The Annual Company Law Conference 2021 was held yesterday, the 17th of November, to a packed audience inside the conference hall at the University’s Valletta Campus. The event featured an excellent line-up of speakers who presented their views around the theme “Recent Issues, Challenges, and New Directions in Company Law” followed by a round table […]
01 October 2021 Notice to all members of the legal profession The Office of the Chief Justice has informed the Chamber that, with effect from Monday, 04 October 2021, all lawyers attending court sittings will once again be required to wear their toga.
The Chamber of Advocates has published a circular to all members of the legal profession, together with an accompanying document entitled Legal Professional Privilege – Practice Note for Advocates. The documents may be downloaded here. Circular Legal Privilege Legal Privilege Practice Note 2021