Top Budapest Lawyers to Give Free Advice on 25 October

  • 19 Oct 2021 6:38 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Top Budapest Lawyers to Give Free Advice on 25 October
Some 140 lawyers will provide free legal advice in the Budapest Chamber of Lawyers building, in the offices of law firms, and online from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on October 25, the Chamber announced on Monday.

Advice will be provided free of charge but are tied to registration. The Chamber is setting 20 minutes aside for those who register in order to outline their case and receive answers from a lawyer specialised in a specific area of law.

The social initiative was created by the Budapest Chamber of Lawyers in 2019 in connection with International Pro Bono week, and this example has been followed by further regional chambers since.

The lawyers will offer advice in the fields of family law, condominium and property law, criminal law, and civil law, as well as questions related to trusteeship, company law, insurance law, holiday-related law, labour law, tax law, copyright law, transport law and media law.

Interested parties can register on the Budapest Chamber of Lawyers website.

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