The bar plays an important role in the broadly understood administration of justice in every developed legal culture. It contributes to proper functioning of the administration of justice in the state, cooperating in implementing the idea of justice. It constitutes an integral element of the legal protection system in democracy. The position of the bar as an independent and free profession, the performance of which is connected with special expectations and social function, is emphasized by the most commonly used method of regulating the rules of the bar’s performance. It is characterized by the coexistence of legal rules describing the position of the bar in the legal system of the state and the corporate rules, coming from the advocates corporation. Among the corporate rules the special role play the principles of ethics for advocates, which – together with legal rules – define the standards of advocates behaviour and the appropriate performance of the profession of advocate. They were formalized in the form of the Collection of Principles of Ethics for Advocates and the Dignity of the Profession (Code of Ethics for Advocates), in which the most important rules of ethical behaviour in the advocates community were expressed. The aim of this study is to analyse the public-legal aspect of the principles of advocate’s ethics, mainly from the point of view of their impact on the implementation of rights and freedoms guaranteed by the principles of the Constitution of Republic of Poland – in particular, the right to a court (right to a fair trial) and the right to defence. The dissertation consists of 5 chapters.
13 mar 2023
13 mar 2023
|Wilczyński, Karol, Przesłanki konstytucyjne etyki adwokackiej||13 mar 2023|