WHAT TO DO IF YOU DISAGREE WITH YOUR LAWYER
- A lawyer, member of the Bar Council, free of charge, helps those accused of offences to understand better the procedures and the work done by the lawyers of the Bar of Liège.
- He seeks to ensure there is good mutual understanding in relations between lawyers and their clients.
- More precisely, he listens to the questions of those accused of offences with regard to their relationships with their lawyer or the world of justice in general.
- He listens to those accused of criminal offences.
- He clarifies matters to them as far as possible.
- He attempts to find out more from the lawyers mentioned.
- He provides further explanations.
- He suggests solutions:
- to the lawyers concerned
- to those accused of offences.
WHAT IS HE UNABLE TO DO?
- He will not deputise for the lawyer in giving advice of a legal or even tactical nature.
- He will not intervene in order to resolve a dispute that must be judged in a court of law or tribunal.
- He will not challenge a Iegal decision.
- He wiIl not issue instructions to a lawyer, nor require that they reply to him.
- He will not inform the president of the Bar of any problem that has been identified but not resolved through the task of conciliation with which he has been entrusted.
- He wiIl not impose disciplinary measures on a lawyer.
WHERE, WHEN AND HOW CAN HE BE CONSULTED?
- At the Palais de Justice : it is sufficient to ask at the Palais reception.
- Every first and third Wednesday, from 14.00 to 15.30 hrs, except school holidays and publics holidays.
- By visiting him, without appointment.
- By writing to him : Conciliator for the Bar of the lawyers of Liège-Huy, Palais de Justice - Place Saint Lambert 16, 4000 LIEGE
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