Pension reform: lawyers continue to mobilize

Pension reform: lawyers continue to mobilize

Tired of working just in time, the lawyers are in their seventh week of mobilization against the pension reform, determined to show their discontent.

Pension reform: lawyers continue to mobilize

While the pension reform continues to be debated, lawyers are in their seventh week on strike. And the mobilization takes several forms: demonstrations, dead justice operations, postponed hearings … All means are good to slow down the proceedings in progress. Even if it means being several on the same file. A lawyer details: “Usually it’s a lawyer and five files. Today we have four lawyers, one file. And that’s how we can do our job properly. ”

The strike of zeal

Mobilized, the lawyers opted for a strike of zeal, determined to slow down the procedures, for a good cause: to deal with the cases with precision, and to give each client the defense they deserve. In this sense, a simple theft of a cell phone will be the subject of two hours of pleading, while a contempt of a police officer will last three hours. “This bar, which is threatened with disappearing, has decided to go out of its way a bit, and no longer accept this tense flow”, details lawyer Martin Pradel.