Brazilian Bar Association partially approves use of marketing by law firms and attorneys

The Federal Council of the Brazilian Bar Association (OAB) on Thursday approved the use of marketing by law firms and attorneys. The measure is part of a proposal to remodel advertising rules for the legal profession. It focuses mainly on what may be done in terms of digital media.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Federal Council of the Brazilian Bar Association (OAB), on Thursday, June 17, approved some limited use of marketing by law firms and attorneys. The measure is part of a proposal to remodel advertising rules for the legal profession. It focuses mainly on what may be done in terms of digital media.

The 81 councilors that make up the full Council began to evaluate the approval of a 12-article provision with a single annex on advertising in the legal profession.

The session - tense and driven by much dispute - lasted the whole day and was not . . .

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