The Adolfo Suarez Conference Center marbella hosted this Thursday the seventeenth Legal Congress of Lawyers of Malagaa conference that will be held between today and tomorrow in the congress space with the participation of 2,000 people registered both in person and onlineas highlighted by the dean of the Malaga Bar Association, Salvador González.

This was highlighted by the representative of the institution at the opening ceremony of the congress, where he was accompanied by the President of the General Council of Spanish Lawyers, Victoria Ortega Benito; the president of the Andalusian Council of Bar Associations (CADECA), Federico Fernández Rodríguez; the delegate of the Government of the Junta de Andalucía, Patricia Navarro; and the mayor of Marbella, Ángeles Muñoz.

On renewal of the judicial system in MalagaGonzález has indicated that “we have to advance access to the electronic judicial file”, assuring that “the media are not the best, but now we are going to see improvements in justice”.

Likewise, the dean of the Lawyers of Malaga has requested “update the office shift”, a public service of which he has detailed that “it is poorly endowed because we are talking about the fact that remuneration has not been updated for 14 years”, which he branded as “ridiculous”.

Despite this, he has been convinced that the current legislature of the Andalusian government “is going to represent a very important advance and we are going to achieve improvements and update these issues”.

On the other hand, he stressed that the congress is a space to “continue training and to reflect on the current legal issues”, emphasizing that with the formation of the same “citizens perceive how lawyers are trained to solve their problems”.

In this way, he pointed out that the quote “offers spaces for dialogue and learning and allows the professionals who attend it to deal with agreements, alliances and collaborations, as well as share ideas and seek solutions together and make useful, practical and quality training available to you”.

Federico Fernández Rodríguez has declared for his part that “nothing justifies that the Andalusian legal profession is at the tail in the scales of the trade shift”, valuing that “there is no reason to silence the outrageous retribution and we demand that Andalusia not be allowed to be at the bottom of anything”.

The president of CADECA has highlighted “the impeccable organization of this congresseitheras well as its legal excellence that stands out in its program and with its speakers”, highlighting that its value “is an effective reference to demonstrate the dynamism and concerns of our profession.”

For its part, the President of the General Council of Spanish Lawyers He has assessed as “fundamental” that at this time “the appointment and renewal of the General Council of the Judiciary be carried out and the constitutional mandate be fulfilled”, while underlining that the congress is “a benchmark in the training of the legal profession Spanish”.

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