Exercise of the profession as a lawyer in the civil service Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

Lawyers,

  • who are used as judges or civil servants without being appointed for life,
  • who are called into the employment of a soldier on a temporary period, or
  • who are temporarily employed in the public sector,

may not pursue their profession as a lawyer, unless they carry out the tasks assigned to them on a voluntary basis.


The competent body may, on request, appoint a representative of the public service lawyer or allow him to practise the profession himself if it does not jeopardise the interests of the administration of justice.


No documentation is required.

Related Links

  • Section 47 federal lawyers' code (BRAO)

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Last update or date of publication
13.09.2018