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Dear all,

In Argentina,  once you have obtained a lawyer degree, you must obtain a license to practice. Licenses are granted by the professional associations (a bar association/ordem de advogados) of the judicial district(s) where you plan to practice. You can have as many licenses as you wish, depending on where you are going to litigate.

There are no tests or special qualifications (like in Brazil). The only requirement is a valid lawyer diploma. For additional information on the professional association of Buenos Aires, you can visit the website http://www.cpacf.org.ar/.

Best wishes from Buenos Aires,

Dr. Juan Carlos A. Fernández
Abogado - Attorney
Buenos Aires · Argentina
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  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Christiane Coelho de Paiva 
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  Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2007 3:04 PM
  Subject: [Int-Law] professional regualtions


  Dear coleagues:

  Is there any general regulation for professions in yuor country or any criteria for regulating professions? Also, is there any kind of test or rules for professional qualifications?

  Thanks in advance.

  Christiane Coelho
  Chamber of Deputies - Brazil
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