The Bar Association has new representatives in Toulouse –

Caroline Marty-Daudibertières and Thomas Neckebroeck are elected president and vice-president for the 2023-2024 mandate at the Toulouse Bar Association. They will take up their duties next January.

Caroline Marty-Daudibertières is elected president for the 2023-2024 mandate at the Toulouse Bar Association. Photo credit: pixabay license – CC WilliamCho

The Toulouse Bar Association has just chosen its new representatives for the 2023-2024 mandate. Caroline Marty-Daudibertières and Thomas Neckebroeck were elected president and vice-president with 51.86% of the votes in the 1st round this Monday, June 27. They will take up their duties in January.

Caroline Marty-Daudibertières and Thomas Neckebroeck have just been elected Bâtonnier and Vice-Bâtonnier for the 2023-2024 term. They will take up their duties next January. Photo credit: Toulouse Bar Association

“Aware that the profession is faced with multiple challenges both in terms of the lack of resources allocated to justice and the deregulation of the legal market, they have convinced the majority of Toulouse lawyers with their pragmatic program with concrete measures”, writes l Bar Association in a press release.

About the future president Caroline Marty-Daudibertières, the Order indicates that she “was sworn in in 2000. She works mainly in criminal law and family law. She will know how to take advantage of her transversal vision and her perspective on all subjects inherent to the profession. »

Concerning his colleague, Thomas Neckebroeck, vice-president, the Order states that he practices in the law of companies in difficulty, commercial and banking litigation. He “was sworn in in 2004. His availability and benevolence will make him an elected official who listens to his sisters and brothers. »

They have both been members of the Council of the Order for more than four years.

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